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INDEX TO 

SHORT STORIES 



COMPILED BY 
INA TEN EYCK FIRKINS 

Reference Librarian, University of Minnesota 



THE H. W. WILSON COMPANY 

WHITE PLAINS, N. Y. 
19 15 



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Preface 



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The Index to Short Stories is the outgrowth of a large number of scat- 
tered bibhographies of special authors prepared to meet the recurring needs 
of students and members of the English Department in the University of 
Minnesota. Title lists of Kipling, of Stevenson, of Balzac, of F. Hopkinson 
Smith, and others proved to be so great a convenience to the library assistants 
as well as to the students, that the preparation of a comprehensive index for 
general use was the logical result of the work done in a small way for the 
benefit of one institution. 

No claim for completeness in the work is made. To index all short 
stories would be impossible even were it desirable. America n and English 
authors whose stories have appeared in magazines onlV'have not been in- 
dexed. The work of no American or English writer is included unless he has 
-had published by a reputable publishing house, at least one volume of col- 
lected stories; but all the work of the selected authors, as far as it has been 
available, has been indexed. Thus, collected editions, separate volumes, peri- 
odicals, and composite collections of various short stories, have all been 
consulted for the work of the chosen authors.' No efifort has been made to 
recover obscure and fugitive work of the authors indexed ; that is the work 
of the bibliophile and special authority, but the best editions of the short 
story writers have been carefully and generously indexed. To discriminate 
the short story from longer works of fiction, the arbitrary limit of two 
hundred pages as the maximum length was adopted instead of a literary 
criterion on the basis of structure. This extends into the realm of 
the novellette, but was deemed expedient on the ground of convenience. A 
corresponding lapse in literary discrimination is to be found in the inclusion 
of many short sketches which are not, in the strict sense, stories. In the 
work of authors such as Nathaniel Hawthorne, Sir James Barrie, and 
Alphonse Daudet, to mention but three, it is often difficult to tell whether the 
sketch should be classed as a short story, or as a descriptive narrative. When 
in doubt, the sketch has been included; occasionally, when there has been 
no doubt, it has been indexed because contained in a volume in which all the 
other titles were those of stories, and the sketch might therefore be called for 
in the same connection. Farces, which are in reality short stories in dialogue 
form, such as those of William Dean Howells, have occasionally been in- 
cluded. Juvenile and fairy stories have been excluded except when they are 
a minor part of a selected author's work and their omission would make the 
bibliography incomplete. English translations of foreign short stories have 
been included wherever found. 

As the work progressed the mass of material became so great that the 
cost of publication would have been prohibitive had all authors lieen retained. 



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Therefore, it was necessary to eliminate about three lunulred minor authors 
whose work had been indexed. The selection was made by a referendum 
sent out to a hundred libraries, requesting them to indicate their preference 
as to the authors listed. 

It is hoped that the form of entry is self-explanatory : 

1. The arrangement is alphabetical by author and title, the author's 
name being printed in bold-faced type. 

2. The title entry gives the exact title, followed by the author's name. 

3. The author entry gives full information. The titles of the stories 
under the author's name are alphabetically arranged and each is followed by 
references given in the following order : 

a. Reference to the complete edition if one has been issued, of the 
author's works. 

b. References to the titles of the separate volumes of the author's works 
in which the story has appeared. 

c. References to editions of collected stories in which the story has been 
reprinted. These are indicated by the use of the editor's name, whenever that 
is known. 

d. References to the magazines if the story has appeared in periodicals. 
By means of this arrangement, it is possible to find the author of a short 

story, the title only of which is known ; the exact title of a story whose author 
is known, and the different places in which the story may be found. In col- 
lege and high school work the demand often comes for as many copies as 
possible of a given story. The Index informs the librarian of resources 
perhaps unsuspected in his own collection. The abbreviations of magazine 
titles are those used in the Readers' Guide to Periodical Literature, and 
Poole's Index. 

The Index has been compiled chiefly from the Library of Congress Cata- 
logue, and verified by a comparison with local collections, and with the books 
in the Lil)rarv of Congress. 

I. T. F. 

Minneapolis, Minn., March 24, 1915. 



CONTENTS 



Index to Short Stories 



Appendix A. — List of the Books Indexed 357 



Appendix ?>. — List of Authors Classified by Nationality . . Z72 



EXPLANATIONS 



Abbreviations of periodical titles are those used in The Reader's Guide and 
Poole's Index. 

In magazine references to Scribner's, Scribner's Monthly (being volumes 1-22 of the 
old series Century) is cited as Scrib o s. 

In the references to Century Magazine the old series numbers of volumes are used. 
To get a new series number, subtract 22. 

In citing collected works, [ ] are aiscd to indicate publisher and ( ) for edition. 

The order of references, as given under the author's name is as follows 

1. Author's collected works 

2. Author's separate works 

3. Composite collections. 

4. Magazines 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



A-playin' of Old Sledge at the settlemint. 

Craddock, C. E. 
Aaron Macklehouse. Phillpotts, E. 
Aaron Trow. TroUope, A. 
Abandoned. Maupassant, G. de 
Abasement of the Northmores. James, H. 
Abbe Aubain. Merimee, P. 
Abbe Constantin. Halevy, L. 
Abbe Marignan. Maupassant, G. de 
Abbe's repentance. Allen, G. 
A'Becket, J. J. 

Song of the comforter 

In Stories of Italy (Stories from Scrib- 
ner) 
Scrib M lo: 255 
Abencerrage. Irving, W. 
Abijah the brave and the fair Emmajane. 

Wiggin, K. D. 
Abijah's bubble. Smith, F. H. 
Ablest man in the world. Mitchell, E. P. 
Abner Simpson's new leaf. Wiggin, K. D. 
Aboard: a monologue. Daudet, A. 
About, Edmond Frangois Valentin, 1828- 
1885 

Uncle and nephew 

In Stories by foreign authors, French 

V I 

About the umbrella-mender. Harraden, B. 

Above rubies. Tracy, V. 

Abraham's offering. Erckmann. E., and 

Chatrian, A. 
Absalom's hair. Bjornson, B. 
Absent member. Mitford, M. R. 
Absent-minded botanist. Stockton, F. R. 
Absent-minded man. Jerome, J. K. 
Absent-mindedness in a parish choir. 

Hardy, T. 
Absent three. Morrison, A. 
Absurd romance of P'tite Louison. Parker, 

G. 
Acadian exiles. Hawthorne, N. 
Accent. Maupassant, G. de. 
Accident. Coppee, F. 
Accommodating circumstance. Stockton, 

F. R. 
Accomplished and lucky teakettle. Mitford, 

A. B. 
According to his lights. Glaspell, S. 
According to how the drop falls. Harris, 

J. C. 
According to St. John. Troubetzkoy, A. R. 
According to the law. Smith, F. H. 
According to their lights. Henry, O. 
Account book. Alarcon, P. A. de 
Account of a consulate; second story. 

Mitchell. D. G. 
Accursed bread. Maupassant, G. de 
Accursed house. Sec Balzac, H. de. Grande 

Breteche 
Acebal, Frangesco 

Embers 
In Brooks, W. Stories from four lan- 
guages 



Achilles the butler. Andrews, M. R. S. 

Achilles Tatius. See Tatius, Achilles 

Acia. See Turgenev, I. S. Asya 

Acid test. Osbourne, L. 

Acontius and Cydippe. Morris, W. [Edgar] 

Across the creek. Pratt, L. 

Across the gulf. Davis, Rebecca H. 

Across the jumping sandhills. Parker, G. 

Across the March dyke. Crockett, S. R. 

Across the plains. Sienkiewicz, H. 

Across the way. Grant, R. 

Acting for the best. Bland, E. N. 

Actors all. Cabell, J. B. 

Acts and entr'actes. Trask, K. N. 

Adalantado of the Seven Cities; a legend 

of St. Brandan. Irving, W. 
Adam and Eve. See Hawthorne, N. New 

Adam and Eve. 
Adam Bell. Hogg, J. 
Adam Scott. Hogg, J. 
Adam's diary. See Clemens, S. L. Extracts 

from Adam's diary 
Adams, Oscar Fay, 1855- 

Archbishop's unguarded moment 
In Archbishop's unguarded moment 
Cosmopol 12: 612 
Discontented bishop 

In Archbishop's unguarded moment 
Evolution of a bishop 

In Archbishop's unguarded moment 
ISIight with William of Wykeham 

In Archbishop's unguarded moment 
Serious dilemma of the bishop of Ok- 
laho 
In Archbishop's unguarded moment 
Munsey 11 : 278 
Trials of a retired bishop. 

In Archbishop's unguarded moment 
Why the bishop left Rye Beach 

In Archbishop's unguarded moment 
Addolorata's intervention. Fuller. H. B. 
Adee, Alvey Augustus, 1842- 
Life magnet 

In Stories by American authors v S 
Adelia in Arcady. Bacon, J. D. 
Adeline Thurston poetess. Jordan, E. G. 
Adieu. Balzac, H. de 

Adieu. See Maupassant, G. de. Farewell 
Adios Cordera! Alas, L. 
Adjusted honeymoon. French, A. W. 
Adjustment of nature. Henry. O. 
Adjutant's story. King, C. 
Admiral. Henry, O. 
Admiral Peters. Jacobs, W. W. 
Adopted. Donnell, A. H. 
Adopted daughter. Freeman. M. E. W. 
Adopted son. Maupassant, G. de 
Adoption. Coppee, F. 
Adoption of Albert and Victoria. Wright, 

M. O. 
Adoration of the mage. Kipling, R. 
Adoration of the magi. Yeats. W. B. 
Adulteration act. Jacobs, W. W. 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Advantage's of a college' 'education. Wil- 
liams, J. L. 
Adventure. Maupassant, G. de. 
Adventure at Brownville. Bicrce, A. 
Adventure in Paris. Maupassant, G. de. 
Adventure in philanthropy. Martin, E. S. 
Adventure in the upper sea. London, J. 
Adventure in Tluile. Black, W. 
Adventure of Black Peter. Doyle, A. C. 
Adventure of Ciiarlcs Augustus Milvcrton. 

Doyle, A. C. 
Adventure of Corkcy and Mr. Tapper. 

Phillpotts, E. 
Adventure of Dona Isidra. Crockett, S. R. 
Adventure of Mucklebcrrv Finn. Clemens, 

S. L. 
Adventure of Mrs. Burlingame's diamond 

stomacher. Bangs, J. K. 
Ad\enture of my aunt. Irving, W. 
Adventure of my grandmother. See Irving, 

\\'. Bold dragoon 
Adventure of my uncle. Irving, W. 
Adventure of Padre Vicentio. Harte, B. 
Adventure of Prince Florizel and a detec- 
tive. Stevenson, R. L. 
Adventure of room 407. Bangs, J. K. 
Adventure of the Abbey grange. Doyle, 

A. C. 
Adventure of the bervl coronet. Doyle, 

A. C. 
Adventure of the I)lack lisherman. Irving, 

W. 
Adventure of the blue carbuncle. Doyle, 

A. C. 
Adventure of the brass check. Bangs, J. K. 
Adventure of tlie Canadian heiress. Lang, 

A. 
Adventure of the copper beeclies. Doyle, 

A. C. 
Adventure of the dancing men. Doyle, 

A. C. 
Adventure of the Dorrington ruby seal. 

Bangs, J. K. 
Adventure of the dying detective. Doyle, 

A. C. 
Adventure of the empty house. Doyle, A. C. 
Adventure of the engineer's thumb. Doyle, 

A. C. 
Adventure of tlie luiglishman. Irving, W. 
Adventure of the exemplary earl. Lang, A. 
Adventure of the fair American. Lang, A. 
Adventure of the final problem. Doyle, 

A. C. 
Adventure of the first clients. Lang, .\. 
Adventure of the German student. Irving, 

W. 
Adventure of the golden pince-nez. Doyle, 

A. C. 
Adventure of the hansom cab. Stevenson, 

R. L. 
Adventure of the hired burglar. Bangs, 

J. K. 
Adventure of tlie l.idy novelist and tlic 

vaccinationist. Lang, .\. 
Adventure of tiie lady ])atroness. I^ang, .\. 
Adventure of the little anti(|uary. Irving, W. 
Adventure of the mason. Irving, W. 
Adventure of tlic miserly mar(|uis. Lang, 
A. 



Adventure of the missing pendants. Bangs, 

J. K. 
Adventure of the missing three-<iuarter. 

Doyle, A. C. 
Adventure of the mysterious picture. Ir- 
ving, W. 
Adventure of tlie noble bachelor. Doyle, 

A. C. 
Adventure of the Norwood builder. Doyle, 

A. C. 
Adventure of the office screen. Lang, A. 
Adventure of the Popkins family. Irving, 

VV. 
Adventure of the priory school. Doyle, 

A. C. 
.\dventure of the rich uncle. Lang, A. 
Adventure of the second stain. Doyle, A. C. 
Adventure of the six napoleons. Doyle, 

A. C. 
Adventure of the solitary cyclist. Doyle, 

A. C. 
Adventure of the speckled band. Doyle, 

A. C. 
Adventure of the three students. Doyle, 

A. C. 
Adventure of the Way Thither. Crockett, 

S. R. 
Adventurer's story. Phillpotts, E. 
Adventures in neurasthenia. Henry, O. 
Adventures of a "dig." Boyesen, H. H. 
Adventures of a New Year's eve. Zschokke, 

H. 
Adventures of an uncle. Bacon, J. D. 
Adventures of Basil Lee. Hogg, J. 
Adventures of Ciad, son of the king of 

Norway. MacManus, S. 
Adventures of Colonel Peter Aston. Hogg, 

Adventures of Francois and Susanne. Cable, 
G. W. 

Adventures of John Longbowe. Harte, B. 

Adventures of little Peachling. Mitford," 
A. B. 

Adventures of Shamrock Jones. Henry, O. 

Adventures of Simon and Susanna. Harris, 
J. C. 

Adventures of Ulysses. Lamb, C. 

Adventures of Walter Schnaff. .S^^" Mau- 
passant, G. de. Walter SchnafT's adven- 
tures 

Advocate. Brown, A. 

Advocate's first plea. McCutcheon. G. B, 

Advocate's wedding-day. Crowe, C. 

^Zpyornis Island. Wells, H. G. 

Affair at Coulter's Notch. Bierce, A. 

Aflfair of Molino del Rey. Janvier, T. A. 

Affair of outposts. Bicrce, A. 

AfTair of state. Maupassant, G. de. 

Affair of the clasi)s. Gorky, M. 

Affairs of Caroline. Norris. K. 

.Affinitive romance. Bangs, J. K. 

Affliction of Hans Pumpernickel. Bangs. 
J. K. 

African Jack. Hams, J. C. 

After. Maupassant, G. i\c. 

After a year. Trask, K. N. 

After all. Brown, .\. 

After all. Trask, K. N. 

After brt-ad. See Sienkiewicz, H. For daily 
brea.I 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



After dark. Collins, W. 

After death. Maupassant, G. do. 

After fifty years. French, A. W. 

After the accident. Hibbard, G. A. 

After the dance. Tolstoi, L. N. 

After the deluge. Trumbull, A. E. 

After the fact. Hornung, E. W. 

After the inquest. Jacobs. W. W. 

After the play. James, H. 

After the wedding; a drama. Howells, 

W. D. 
After tomorrow. Hichens, R. S. 
After twenty years. Henry, O. 
Afterglow. Stuart, R. M. 
Aftermath. Locke, W. J. 
Aftermath: part second of "A Kentucky 

cardinal." Allen, J. L. 
Afternoon miracle. Henry, O. 
Afternoon tea. Bates, A. 
Afterward. Wharton, E. 
Afterwards. Watson, J. 
Afterword. Garland, H. 
Against his judgment. Grant, R. 
"Against orders." Smith, F. H. 
Agate heart. Hoffmann, E. T. W. 
Agatha. Chekhov, A. P. 
Age for love. Bourgct, P. 
Aged folk. Daudet, A. 
Agent. Turgenev, I. S. 
Agent of the U. S. B. C. Bangs, J. K. 
Agnes Lahens. Aloore, G. 
Agnes Surriage. Brown, A. 
Agua Dulce. Austin, M. H. 
Ah man. Grand. S. 
Ahez the pale. Sharp, W. 
Aho, Juhani, pseud. See Brofeldt. Tuhani 
Aicard, Jean Frangois Victor, 1848- 
Vase of clay 

In Patten. W. International short stor- 
ies V 3 
Aide-de-camp. Andrews, M. R. S. 
Aikin, John, 1747-1822, and Barbauld, Mrs. 
Anna Laetitia (Aikin) 1743- 1825 
Eyes and no eyes 

III O'Shea, M. V. Eyes and no eyes 
Traveller's wonders 

In O'Shea. M. V. Eyes and no eyes 
Air-ship. Lagerlof, S. 
Aladdin: or. the wonderful lamp. See 

Arabian nights' entertainments 
Alarm bell. Earle, M. T. 
Alarcon, Pedro Antonio de. 1 833-1 891 
Account book 

In Moors and Christians 
Black eyes 

In Moors and Christians 
Cocked hat 

In Cocked hat 
Cornet 

In Moors and Cliristians 
Fine haul 

In Moors and Christians 
Guardian angel 

In Moors and Cliristians 
Gypsy's prophecy 

In Moors and Christians 
Moors and Christians 
In Moors and Christians 

Stories by foreign authors, Spanish 



Nail 

In Hawthorne, J. Library mystery and 
detective stories v 4 
Orderly 

In Moors and Christians 
Saint and genius 

/;; Moors and Christians 
Tall woman 

In Maupassant, G. de, and others. 
Modern ghosts 
Stories by foreign authors, Spanish 
Year im Spitzbergen 

In Moors and Christians 
Alas, Leopoldo, 1852- 
Adios Cordera! 

In Brooks. W. Stories from four lan- 
guages 
Alas! poor ghost. Phillpotts. E. 
Albert. Tolstoi. L. N. 
Albert Savarus. Balzac, H. de 
Alcott, Louisa May, 1832-1888 
Anna's whim 

In Silver pitchers 
Aunt Kipp 

In Proverb stories 
Autobiography of an omnibus 

In Aunt Jo's scrap-bag 
Banner of Beaumanoir 

In Spinning-wheel stories 
Baron's gloves 

In Proverb stories 
Boys' joke, and who got the best of it 

In Aunt Jo's scrap-bag 
Brothers 

In Atlan 12: 584 
By the river 

In Silver pitchers 
Candy country 

In Candy countrj^ 
Cooking:-class 

In Spinning-wheel stories 
Corny's catamount 

In Spinning-wheel stories 
Country Christmas 

In Proverb stories 
Daisy's jewel-box. and how she filled it. 

In Spinning-wheel stories 
Doll's journey 

/;; Doll's journey 
Eli's education 

In Spinning-wheel stories 
Grandma's story 

In Spinning-wheel stories 
Happy birth-day 

In Aunt Jo's scrap-bag 
Hare and the tortoise 

/;; Spinning-wheel stories 
Hole in the wall 

In Hole in the wall 
Independence: a centennial love story 

In Silver pitchers 
Ivy spray and ladies' slippers 

In Garland for girls 
Jerseys; or. The girls' ghost 

/;; Spinning-wheel stories 
Kitty's class day 

In Proverb stories 
Letty's tramp 

fn Silver pitchers 
Little Button-Rose 

fn Garland for girls 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Alcott, Louisa May — continued 
Little house in the garden 
In Spinning-wheel stories 
Little neighbors 

In Aunt Jo's scrap-bag 
Little old shoe. See Alcott, L. M. Modern 

Cinderella 
Little things 

In Spinning-whcel stories 
Lost in a London fog 

In Aunt Jo's scrap-bag 
Marjorie's three gifts. 
In Aunt Jo's scrap-bag 
Marjorie's three gifts 
May riowers 

In Garland for girls 
Modern Cinderella; or, The little old 
shoe 
In Modern Cinderella 
Modern Mephistopheles 

In Modern Mephistopheles 
Morning-glories and Queen Aster 

In Morning glories and Queen Aster 
Mountain-laurel and maiden-hair 
In Garland for girls 

Mountain laurel and maiden-hair 
My girls 

In Aunt Jo's scrap-bag 
My red cap 

In Proverb stories 
My rococo watch 

In Silver pitchers 
Old major 

/;/ Aunt Jo's scrap-bag 
On picket duty 

In Proverb stories 
Onawandah 

In Spinning-whcel stories 
Pansies and water-lilies 
In Garland for girls 

Pansies and water-lilies 
Patty's place 

In Aunt Jo's scrap-bag 
Poppies and wheat 
In Garland for girls 
Poppies and wheat 
Psyche's art 

In Proverb stories 
Red tulips 

In Aunt Jo's scrap-bag 
Romance of a summer day 

In Silver pitchers 
Roses and forget-me-nots 
In Aunt Jo's scrap-bag 
Scarlet stockings 
In Silver pitchers 
P>roa<lway 7: 41 
I'utnam 14:72 
Silver pitchers 

In Silver pitchers 
Tabby's table-cloth 

In Spinning-whcel stories 
Transcendental wild oats 

In Silver pitchers 
Water-lilies. See Alcott, L. M. Pansies 

and water-lilies 
What the bells saw and said 
In Proverb stories 



What the girls did 

In Aunt Jo's scrap-bag 
Whisper in the dark 

In Modern Mephistopheles 
Aldrich, Thomas Bailey, 1836-1907 
Case of Thomas Phipps 
In Writings v 9 

Sea turn and other matters. 
Harper 103:627 
Chevalier de Resseguier 
In Writings v 3 

Two bites at a cherry 
Cent 46: 73 
Christmas fantasy, with a moral 
In Writings v 7 

Two bites at a cherry 
Cent 43: 221 
"For bravery on the field of battle" 
In Writings v 5 

Two bites at a cherry 
Cent 44: 889 
Friend of my youth 

In Marjorie Daw and other people 
Atlan 27: 169 
Goliath 

In Writings v 3 

Two bites at a cherry 
Cent 45: 561 
Her dying words 
In Writings v 3 

Two bites at a cherry 
Scrib o s 14: 204 
His Grace the Duke 
In Writings v 9 

Sea turn and other matters 
Cent 56: 49 ■;■ 

Little violinist 
In Writings v 7 

Marjorie Daw and other stories 
Midnight fantasy 
Mademoiselle Olympe Zabriski 
In Writings v 3 

Marjorie Daw and other people 
Marjorie Daw and other stories 
Atlan 32:385 
Marjorie Daw 
In Writings v 3 

Marjorie Daw and other people 
Marjorie Daw and otiior stories 
Atlan 31: 407 
Midnight fantasy 
!n Writings v 3 

Marjorie Daw and other stories 
Midnight fantasy 
Atlan 35:385 
Miss Mehetabcl's son 
In Writings v 3 

Marjorie Daw and other people 
Marjorie Daw and other stories 
Warner library 
Atlan 31 : 719 
My cousin the colonel 
hi Writings v 5 

Two bites at a cherry 
Harper 84: 43 
Our new neighbors at Ponkapog 
hi Writings v 7 

Mariorie Daw and other stories 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Pere Antoine's date-palm 
In Writings v 3 

Marjone Daw and other people 
Marjorie Daw and other stories 
Warner library 
Atlan 9: 778 
Quite so 

In Writings v 3 

Marjorie Daw and other people 
Marjorie Daw and other stories 
Atlan 29: 413 
Outlook 86: 922 
Rivermouth romance 
In Writings v 4 

Marjorie Daw and other people 
Marjorie Daw and other stories 
Atlan 30: 157 
Sea turn 

In Writings v 9 

Sea turn and other matters 
Harper 103: 4 
Shaw's folly 

In Writings v 9 

Sea turn and other matters 
Harper 102; 81 
Snow fort on Slatter's hill 

In Tappan, E. M. Children's hour v 10 
Struggle for life 
In Writings v 3 

Marjorie Daw and other people 
Marjorie Daw and other stories 
Atlan 20: 56 
Two bites at a cherry 
In Writings v 3 

Two bites at a cherry. 
Atlan 7: 31 
Untold story 
In Writings v 9 

Sea turn and other matters 
Scrib M 28:708 
White feather 
In Writings v 9 

Sea turn and other matters 
Atlan 90: 298 
Young desperado 
In Marjorie Daw and other people 
Marjorie Daw and other stories 
Atlan 20: 755 
Alexander. Maupassant, G. do 
Alexander the son of Philip. Dragoumis, 

J. D. 
Alexander's bridge. Gather, W. S. 
Alexander's masquerade. Gather, W. S. 
Alf's dream. Jacobs, W. W. 
AH Baba and the forty thieves. See Arabian 

nights entertainments 
Ali Baba of the Sierras. Harte, B. 
Alice Doane's appeal. Hawthorne, N. 
Alice in Blunderland; an iridescent dream. 

Bangs. J. K. 
Alice's Ghristmas tree. Hale, E. E. 
Alicia's diary. Hardy, T. 
Alien in the pines. Garland, H. 
Aliens. Tarkington, B. 
Alif-Laila. Hale, E. E. 

Alix de Morainville. See Gable, G. W. His- 
tory of Alix de Morainville. 
All alone. Theuriet, A. 
All for love. Sherwood, M. P. 
All for the best. More, H. 



All gold canyon. London, J. 

All in vain. Lindau, R. 

All my sad captains. Jewett, S. O. 

All my story. Maartens, M. 

All over. Maupassant, G. de 

All sails spread for monkcyland. Howard, 

B. W. 
All that messuage. Morrison, A. 
All that troubled them. Morris, G. 
All the cats look black at night. French, 

A. W. 
All the evidence. Morris, G. 
All the world's mad. Parker, G. 
Allan the hunter; a tale of three lions. 

Haggard, H. R. 
Allen, Grant, i. e. Charles Grant Blairfindie, 
1 848- 1 899 
Abbe's repentance 
In Backslider 
Twelve tales 
Con temp 60: 568 
Eclectic M 117: 674 
Army doctor's romance 

In Army doctor's romance 
Backslider 
In Backslider 

Bride from the desert 
Twelve tales 
Cornhill 48: 191 
Bride from the desert 

In Bride from the desert 
Cecca's lover 
In Backslider 
Twelve talcs 
Longman's 23: 311 
Child of the phalanstery 
In Backslider 
Twelve tales 
Christmas eve concert 
In Canad M 12: 140 
Churchwarden's brother 

In Twelve tales 
Cruise of the Albatross; of. When was 
Wednesday the tenth? 
In Cruise of the Albatross 
Curate of Churnside 
In Twelve tales 
Cornhill 50: 171 
Dr. Greatrex's engagement 
In Bride from the desert 
Cornhill 49: 561 
Fair exchange 

In Eng Tllust 15: 399 
Frasine's first communion 
In Backslider 
Twelve tales 
Grateful Joe 

In Eng Illust 11: 703 
Harry's inheritance 
In Eng Illust 3: 323 
Liv Age t68: 650 
Ivan Greet's masterpiece 
In Backslider 

Twelve tales ' 

Janet's Nemesis 
In Backslider 

Twelve tales > 

John Cann's treasure 
In Backslider 
Twelve tales 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Allen, Grant —continued 
Joseph's dream 

In Cosmopol 26: 277 
Mad Medlicott 

In Eng Illust 10: 619 
Melissa's tour 

In Stories by English authors, v 10, 
The sea 
Reverend John Crecdy 
In Backslider 
Twelve tales 
Cornhill 48: 225 
That v-ry Mab 

In Longman's 7-^i 
•When was Wednesday the tenth? See 
Allen. G. Cruise of the Albatross 
Wolverden tower 
In Backslider 
Twelve tales 
Woman's hand 

1)1 Cosmopol 26: 151 
Allen, James Lane, 1849- 

Aftermath; part second of Kentucky 
cardinal 
In Aftermath 

Kentucky cardinal 
Bride of the mistletoe 

In Bride of the mistletoe 
Cathedral singer 

In Cent 88: i 
Flute and violin 
In Flute and violin 
Harper 82: 58 
John Gray [forms the basis of the later 
work Choir invisible] 
In Lippinc 49: 643 
Kentucky cardinal 
In Kentucky cardinal 
Harper 88:926; 89:20 
King Solomon of Kentucky 
In Flute and violin 
Warner library 
Outlook 85:468 
Last Christmas 

In Cur Lit 46: 225 
Old King Solomon's coronation. See 
Allen, J. L. King Solomon of Ken- 
tucky 
Part of an old story 

In Cent 33: 507 
Posthumous fame; or, A legend of the 
l)eautiful 
In Flute and violin 
Sister Dolorosa 

In Flute and violin 
Cent 41 : 265. 580 
Summer in Arcady 

In .Summer in Arcady 
Too much momentum 

In Harper 70: 701 
Two gentlemen of Kentucky 
In Flute and violin 

Two gentlemen of Kentucky 
Outlook JT,: 623 
White cowl 

/» Flute and violin 
Cent 36:r>84 
Alliance of laughter. Benson, E. F. 
Alloutna. Maui)assant, G. de 
All's well that ends well. Hawkins, A. H. 



Almeria. Edgeworth, ]\L 

"Alms-giving." Moore, G. 

Almshouse. Sigourney, L. H. 

Aloha oe. London, J. 

Alone in China. Ralph, J. 

Along shore. Jewett, S. O. 

Along the Bronx. Smith, F. H. 

Along the Garonne. Weyman, S. J. 

Alpine divorce. Barr, R. 

Alpine lights and shadows. French, A. W. 

Alsace! Alsace! Daudet, A. 

Altar of her beauty. Davis, C. B. 

Altar of the dead. James, H. 

Alternative. McCutcheon, G. B. 

Alternative. Overton, G. 

Aways lock the door. Maupassant, G. de 

Alyosha the pot. Tolstoi. L. N. 

Am I insane? Maupassant, G. de 

Amadan of the dough. MacManus, S. 

Amalgamated brotherhood of spooks. 

Bangs, J. K. 
Amanda and love. Freeman, M. E. W. 
Amanda Todd. Freeman, M. E. W. 
Amarina's roses. Freeman, M. E. W. 
Amateur. Davis, Richard H. 
Amateur night. London, J. 
Amateur of lying. Lucian 
Amateur photographer. Bates, A. 
Amateur rehearsal. Bates, A. 
Amatua's sailor. Osbourne, L. 
Amazon. Hawthorne, J. 
Ambassador. Hibbard. G. A. 
Amber gods. Spofford, H. P. 
Ambitious guest. Hawthorne, N. 
Ambitious Jimmy Hicks. Masefield, J. 
Ambitious rose-tree. Ouida 
Ambuscade. Harris, J. C. 
Ambush. Gibbon, P. 
Amelia. Deland, M. 
American flirtation. Litchfield, G. D. 
American senator. Trollope, A. 
Americanization of Roll-Down Joe. Con- 
nolly, J. B. 
American's tale. Doyle, A. C. 
Amethyst box. Green, A. K. 
Amethyst comb. Freeman, M. E. W. 
L'.\mie inconnue. See Edgeworth, M. 

.\ngclin,T 
Amiable revenge. Parker, G. 
Amici. Andrews, M. R. S. 
Amicis, Edmondo de, 1846- 1908 

College friends 

/;; Stories by foreign authors, Italian 

Great day 
In Stories by foreign authors, Italian 

Mendicant melody 

In Brooks, W. Stories from four lan- 
guages 
Aminadab Skelch and his free library. 

Loomis. C. B. 
Amir's homUj. Kipling, R. 
Amis and Amile. LeGallienne, R. 
Among the camps. Page, T. N. 
Among the cliffs. Craddock, C. E. 
.A.mong the climbing roses. Lagerlof, S. 
.'\mong the corn-rows. Garland, H. 
Among the railway folk. Kipling, R. 
Amos Barton. Sec Eliot, G. Sad fortunes 

of Amos Barton 
.'\mos Kilbright. Stockton. I'. R. 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Amour dure. Paget, V. 

Amourette. Chambers, R. W. 

Amours of Daphnis and Chloe. Longus 

Amours of Mr. Dcuccace. Thackeray, 

W. M. 
Amputated arms. Bergs0e, J. W. 
Amy Foster. Conrad, J. 
Ananias. Harris. J. C. 
Anarchist. Conrad, J. 
Anarchist, Quida 
Anarchist: his dog. Glaspell, S. 
Anastasia's elephant. Loomis, C. B. 
Anathema in the family. French, A. W. 
Anatomist of the heart. Sullivan, T. R. 
Ancestors. Morris, G. 
Ancestors of Peter Atherly. Harte, B. 
Ancestral footstep. Hawthorne, N. 
Ancestr}' of Irene. Michelson. M. 
Ancient history. Hawkins, A. H. 
And Maude! French, A. W. 
And there was light. Harben, W. N. 
Andersen, Hans Christian, 1805-1875 

Angel. 



Ill Tappan. 


E. ^1. 


Children's 


257. 

Constant tin 

/;; Tappan. 

246 

Darning-nee(! 

In Tappan, 


soldier. 
E. M. 

lie. 
E. M. 


Children's 
Children's 


252 
Fir-tree 
In Tappan, 


E. M. 


Children's 



hour I : 
261 
Nightingale 

In Warner library 
Ugly duckling 

/;; Tappan, E. M. Children's hour i: 

Warner library 
Andre Cornelis. Bourgct, P. C. 
Andrea Delhn. Heyse, P. J. L. 
Andreev, Leonid Nikolaevich, 1871- 

Dilemma; a story of mental perplexity 

In Dilemma 
His excellency the governor 

In Harp W 51: 196, 236. 270, 310 
Judas Iscariot (abridged trans.) 

In Sewanee R 16: 136 
Seven who were hanged 

In Seven who were hanged 
Silence 
In Silence 

Esenwein, J. B. Short-story master- 
pieces, Russian v 2 
-Andrei K61osof¥. Turgenev, I. S. 
Andreieff, L. N. See Andreev, L. N. 
Andrevv. Sec Page. T. N. How Andrew car- 
ried tlie precinct 
Andrew Kent's temptation. Ward, E. S P. 
Andrew Venlaw. See Parker, G. Chief fac- 
tor 
Andrews. Mary Raymond Shipman (Mrs. 
William Shankland Andrews) 
Achilles the butler 

III Scrib M*56: 389 
Aide-de-camp 
• /)/ Militants 

Scrib M 41 : 209 



Amici 

In Eternal masculine 
Scril) M 54:88 
Better treasure 

In Better treasure 
Big Bateese 

In Bob and tlic guides 
Bill the trapper 

In Bob and the guides 
Scrib M 34: 741 
Bishop's silence 
In Militants 

Scrib M 32: 703 
Black care and the horseman 

In Scrib M 38:736 
Butler 

In Am M 68: My p 22 
Camp of the' bears 
In Delin 78: 149 
Camp of the good fairy 
/;; Bol) and the guides 
Scrib M 35:448 
Campaign trout 

In Eternal masculine 
Scrib M 48:61 
Captains 

In Internal masculine 
Scrib M 42: 18 
Counsel assigned 

In Counsel assigned 
Courage of the common-place 
/;; Courage of the commonplace 
Scrib M 50: 41 
Crippled Mercury 

In Scrib M 33: 557 
Crowned with glory and honor 
In Militants 

Scrib M 31 : 189 
Diamond brooches 
In Militants 

Harper 112: 55 
Enchanted forest 

/;; Enchanted forest 
Eternal feminine 

/;; Harper 116: T97 
Fete of M'sieur Bob 
In Scrib M 55: 327 
Fifth of October 

/;; McClure 35: 438 
Forgiveness of sins 

In Everybody's 17:3 
Fox's understudy 

/;; Bob and the guides 
Harper 105: 425 
Fugitive 

III Har])er no: 285 
Good Samaritan 
In Good Samaritan 
McClure 23: 580 
Grandfathers of Bob 
/;/ Bob and the guides 
Scrib M 32: 222 
Happiness 

In Enchanted forest 
Everybody's 21:291 
How Starbright found his laugh 

In Enchanted forest 
In the open 

In Bob and the guides 
Scrib M 34:66 



8 



IXDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Andrews, Mary R, S. ~Co)iliiiiird. 
Judge's cherubs 

In Ladies- 11 J 25: Jl p 13 
Kidnapped colony 
In Kidnapped colony 
Harper 107: 50, JS^ 
Lake of devils 

In Bob and the guides 
Scrib M 39: iis« 
Lifted bandage 
In Lilted bandage 
Scrib M 46: -'93 
Lingc of JM'sieur 
In Bob and the guides 
Scrib M 31 : 472 
Little Marcus 

In Eternal masculine 
Little Revenge 

In Scrib M 34: -'04 
Lost caravel 

In Bob and the guides 
Scrib M 39: 327 
Majesty of the law 

In Harper 108: 668 
Messenger 

In Scrib M 40: 4' 7 
Nengnie 

In Enchanted forest 
Perfect tribute 
In Perfect tribute 
Scrib M 40: 17 
Place aux dames 
In Bol) and the guides 
Harper 111:609 
Play to the gallery 

In Harper 107: 853 
Political tip 

In McClure 25: 426 
Reward of virtue 

In Eternal masculine 
Scrib Al 44: 395 
Sabine maiden 

In Eternal masculine 
Scarlet ibis 

In Eternal masculine 
Scrib M 52: 204 
School-boy 

In Howclls, W: D., and others. Whole 
family ch ^o 
ThrouR-h the ivory gate 
In Militants 

Scrib M 37:''>oS 
Two sides of a street 

In McClure 21 : 347 
Vive IVrnpcrcur 
/)! Vive rcmpercur 
Scrib M 32: 271 
West Point regulation; a farce 

In McClure 23: 385 
What the donkey did 

fn Harper 114: 42 
Whistling of Zoctique 
In Eternal masculine 
Scrib M 42: 34 T 
Wife of the governor 
In Militants 

TTar])er 104: 8R5 
Witnesses 
fn Militants 

Scrib M 34:464 



\'oung man with wings 
In Eternal masculine 
Dclin 76: 86 Ag 1910 
Andrew's fortune. Jewett, S. O. 
Audrey Satchel and the parson and the 

clerk. Hardy, T. 
Andreyev, L. N. See Andreev, L. N. 
Andy M'Gee's chorus girl. Davis, Richard 

H. 
Angel. Andersen, 11. C 
Angel and the flowers. Field, E. 
Angel at the grave. Wharton, E. N. 
Angel child. Crane, S. 
Angel in the house. Spofford, H. P. 
Angel of chance. Gray, D. 
Angel of his youth. Thanet, O. 
Angel of life. Hornang, E. W. 
Angel of the Lord. Howells, W. D. 
Angel of the odd. Poe. E. A. 
Angelina; or, L'amie inconnue. Edge- 
worth, M. 
Angel's visits. Jacobs, W. \\'. 
Angel's wickedness. Corelli. M. 
Anglicization. Zangwill, 1. 
Animal shop. Duncan, N. 
Animation of Beck Ann. Hopkins, M. S. B. 
Ann Arbor tales. See Ilarriman, K. E. 
Ann Eliza. Brown, .A. 
Ann Going. Donnell, A. H. 
.Ann Lizy's patcliwork. iMecman, ^I. E. 

\V. 
.\nn Malann. Slosson, .\. T. 
Ann Mary; her two Tlianksgivings. Free- 
man, M. E. W. 
.Anna. Lady Baxby. Hardy, T. 
Anna's whim. Alcott, L. M, 
Anne. Davis, Rebecca H. 
Anne Marie and Jeanne Marie. King, 

G. E. 
Anne Rodway. Collins, W. 
Anner 'Lizer's stumliliu" block. Dunbar, 

P. L. 
Annette. See Parker, G. Tragic comedy of 

Annette 
Annette de Viroflay. IMaartcns, M. 
.Annette Delarbre. Irving. W. 
Annie Laurie. Ward, f".. .S. P. 
.Annie Touscy's little game. Hopkins, M. 

S. B. 
-Annihilation of tlie conscience. Vorse, 

M. H. 
.Annonchka. Turgenev. I. S. 
Annunciata. Boyesen. H. H. 
Annunzio, Gabriele d', 1864- 

San Pantaleone 

In Stories l)y foreign authors. Italian 
.Anointed man. Sharp, W. 

Anonymous 

l''or .-inonvmous stories see first word of 
titles" 
.Anonymous letter. D:indet. A. 
.Anonymous letter. Davis. Ricliard H. 
.\nother dog. Smith, E. H. 
Another gambler. Bourget, P. C. 
Am.tlur little heath-lioun<l. PhiUpotts. E. 
Another Solomon (Chinese) 

In Hawthorne, J. Library mystery and 
detective stories, Oriental 



INDEX TO SHORT STORFES 



AnotlKT study of woman. Balzac, H. de 
Anstey, F., pseud. (Thomas Anstey Guth- 
rie) 1856- 
Black poodle 

In Stories bj' English authors, London 
Three wishes. Sec Matthews, J. B., and 

Anstey, E. 
Undergraduate's aunt 

In Patten, VV. International short stor- 
ies V 2 
Anti-christ. Huneker, J. G. 
Anti-climax. Kirk, E. O. 
Antigone. Bourgct, 1'. 
Antique ring, llawthorne, N. 
Antoine and Angelicjue. Parker, G. 
Antoinette. Theuriet, A. 
Antonia's song. Hoffmann, E. T. W 
A-playin' of Old Sledge at the Settlemint. 

Craddock, C. E. 
Apollo Bclviderc. Stuart, \i. M. 
Apology. Henry, O. 
Apostate. London, J. 
Apostates. Phillpotts, E. 
Apostle of the Tules. Harte, B. 
Apotheosis. Galswortliy, J. 
Apotheosis of the Reverend Mr. Spangler. 

Deland, M. W. 
Apparition. Thanct, O. 
Apparition. Maupassant. G de 
Apparition of Mrs. Veal. De Foe, D. 
\ppeal to Caesar. Donnell, A. IT. 
Apple. Wells, H. G. 
Apple-blossoms and white muslin. Smith, 

F. H. 
Apple dealer. Sec- Ilawtliorne N. Old 

apple dealer 
Apple Jonathan. Slosson, A. T. 
Apple-tree. Freeman, M. E. W. 
Apples of gold. Hopkins, M. S. B. 
Apples of Hesperidcs. Smith, A. P., and 

Cameron,' M. 
Applicant. Bierce, A. 
Apres. See Maupassant, G. de. After. 
April day on the Oykel. Black, W. 
April fool of Harvcv's Sluice, Bones. 

Doyle. A. C. 
April showers. See Brown. A. King's End 
April's lady. Bates, A. 
April's message. Cabell, J. B. 
Apuleius, Lucius, fl. 2d century 
Storj' of Cupid and Psyche 

/;/ Jcssup, A., and Canby, H. S. Book 
of the short story 
Vr' ye woth it? Warman, C. 
Arabella Hardy; or The sea Voyage. 

Lamb, C. 
Arabian nights entertainments 
Ali Baba and the forty thieves 

In Tappan, E. M. Children's hour .=;:3T5 
Jessup. y\., and Canby, EI. S. Book 

of the short story 
Mabic, H. W., and Strachey, L. Little 
masterpieces of fiction, v. 2 
Aladdin, or The wonderful lamp 

In Tappan, E. M. Children's hour 5:287 
Cody, S. Selections from the 
world's greritest short stories 
Sindbad the sailor 
In Tappan, E. M. Children's hour 5:336 



Araminta and tlie automobile. Loomis, 

C. B. 
Archbishop's Christmas gift. Barr, R. 
Archbishop's visit. Repplier, A. 
Archbishop's unguarded moment. Adams, 

O. E. 
Archdeacdu and the dcinosaurs. Phillpotts, 

Archdeacon llolden's tril^ulation. VVey- 

man, S. J. 
Archer. Sharp, W. 
Arctic travel. Payn, J. 
Arethusa. Freeman, M. E. W. 
Argonauts of North Liberty. Harte, B. 
Argonauts of the air. Wells, H. G. 
Argyment. Maartens, M. 
Aristocracy versus hash. Henry, O. 
Aristocrat. Conrad, J. 
Aristocratic world. Lewald-Stahr, F. 
Arkansas prophet. Stuart, R. M. 
Arlesian girl. Daudet, A. 
Arlesienne. See Daudet. A. Arlesian girl. 
Armadillos, l^eginning of. See Kipling, R. 

Beginning of the armadillos. 
Armstrong, Le Roy, 1854- 

Sergeant Gore. 

In Stories of the army (Stories from 
wScribner) 
Scril) M 8: 173 
.Arrny-chaplain Schmelzle's jfjurncy to 

Fliitz. Richter, J. P. F. 
Army doctor's romance. Allen, G. 
Army of a dream. Kipling, R. 
Army of the Callahan. Fox, J., jr. 
Arne. Bjornson, B. 
Arnold, George, 1834-1865 

Why Thomas was discharged 
In Stories by American authors v 5 
Atlan 11: 708 
Around tlie embers of a dying fire. Smith, 

F. H. 
Around the wood fire. Smith, F. H. 
L'Arrabiata. Heyse, J. L. P. 
Arrangement. Maartens, M. 
Arrest. Bierce, A. 
Arrest of Lieutenant Golightiy. Kipling, 

R. 
Arria Marcella. Gautier, T. 
Arrival of a lady of quality. Smith, F. H. 
Arsene Guillot. Merimee, P. 
Art: a dramatic tale. Reade, C. 
Art and nature. Stowe, H. B. 
Art and the bronco. Henry, O. 
Art of love. Hibbard, G. A. 
Art of Terry Lute. Duncan, N. 
Artfulness of Steggles. Phillpotts, E. 
Arthur. Daudet, A. 
Arthur's hall. Hoffmann, E. T. W. 
Article for Blackwood: a predicament. Poe, 

E. A. 
Article seven. Donnell, A. H. 
Artifice. Maupassant, G. de 
Artist. Maupassant, G. de 
.Artist of the beautiful. Hawthorne, N. 
Artist's end. Sienkiewicz, H. 
Artist's wife. Maupassant, G. de 
Arts and crafts. Morrison, A. 
As a man sows. Litchfield, G. D. 
As a murderer. Harris, J. C. 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



As a weather prophet. Harris, J. C. 
As deep as the sea. Parker, G. 
"As haggards of the rock." Wright. M. T. 
As one having authority. Bunncr, H. C. 
As one woman to another. Stockton, F. R. 
As others see us. Hibbard, G. A. 
As taught by Ellen. French, A. W. 
As the Norns weave. Liljencrantz, O. A. 
As the sparks fly upward. Hibbard, G. A. 
As to education. Harris, J. C.^ 
As to the banditti. Bangs, J. K. 
As told by May Iverson. Jordan, E. G. 
As told by Renaud's wife. French, A. W. 
Asabri. Morris, G. 
Asaph. Stockton, F. R. 
Asathor's revenge. Boyesen, H. H. 
Asbjornsen, Peter Christen, 1812-1885, and 
Moe, Jorgen E., 1813-1882 
Master tliief 

In Blackw 70: 595 
Ash-cake Hannah and her Ben. Dunbar, 

P. L. 
Ashes, dust and nothing. Stetson, G. E. C. 
Ask Lord Roberts. Smith, F. H. 
Aslauga's knight. La Motte-Fouque, F. 

H. K. 
Aspern papers James, H. 
Asphodel. Wright, M. T. 
Asra. Strindberg, J. A. 
Assassin. Maupassant, G. de 
Assassin. Ouida 
Assault in the Rue des Cendres. MerricK, 

L. 
Assessor of success. Henry, O. 
Assignation. Maupassant, G. de 
Assignation. Poe, E. A. 
Assistant bishop. Hopkins, M. S. B. 
Assisted immigrant. Davis, Richard H. 
Assisted providence. Thanet, O. 
Astral onion. Peattie, E. W. 
Astrid. See Lagerldf, S. Queens at Kunga- 

hiilla 
Asya. Turgcncv, I. S. 
At a i)rivate view. Matthews, J. B. 
At a winter house-party. Harrison, C. C. 
At Abdul Ali's grave. Benson, E. F. 
At an Irish inn. Mitchell, D. G. 
At anchor. Magruder, J. 
At arms with Morpheus. Henry, O. 
At Auton house. Hoppin, A. 
At Baml)er's boom. Parker, G. 
At commencement. Bacon, J. D. 
.•\t Ephcsus. Pangborn, G. W. 
At home. Chekhov. A. P. 
At home. Hawthorne, N. 
At Howli Thana. Kipling, R. 
.\t King's Cross station. Benson, E. F. 
.\i La Glorieuse. Davis. M. F.. ]\1. 
.^t luncheon Peattie, M. W. 
At Milianah. Daudet. A. 
At Mrs. Berty's tea. Jaiu'icr, T. A. 
At Pinney's ranch. Bellamy, E. 
At Point o' Bugles. Parker, G. 
.\i sea. Maupassant, G. de 
.At Scsenheim Perry, B. 
At shaft IT. Dunbar, P. L. 
At Sudleigh fair. Brown, A. 
At table. Coppee, F. 
At Teagne Potect's: a skelcli of the Hog 

Mountain range. Harris, J. C. 
At the appetite cure. Clemens, S. L. 



At the beginning. Garland, H. 

At the brewery. Garland, H. 

At the cafe chantant. Davis, C. B. 

At the Casa .\apoleon. Janvier, T. A. 

At the chateau of Cormne. Woolson, C. F. 

At the close of the second day. Jordan, 

E. G. 
At the corner of Lover's lane. Williams, 

J. L. 
At the end of the passage. Kiplmg, R. 
At the end of the world. Comer, C. A. P. 
At the fair. Kielland, A. L. 
At the forge. Zola, E. 
At the ghost hour. Heyse, P. J. L. 
At the Grand Hotel du Paradis. Janvier, 

T. A. 
At the Green Dragon. Harraden. B. 
At the hermitage. Brown, E. L. 
At the manor. Chekhov, A. P. 
At the mercy of Tiberius. Parker, G. 
At the mission of San Carmel. Harte, B. 
M the oculist's. Bikelos, D. 
At the outposts: memories of the siege. 

Daudet, A. 
At the pit's mouth. Kipling, R. 
At the Princess Ida's. Spofford, H. P. 
At the sign of the cat and racket. Balzac, 

H. de 
At the sign of the l^agle. Parker, G. 
At the sign of the rubber plant. Cutting, 

M. S. 
At the sign of the Savage. Howells, W'. D. 
At the source. Sienkievvicz, H. 
At the station. Davis, Rebecca H 
At the stroke of the hour. Keats, G. 
At the stuffed animal house. Deland, M. W. 
At the Three Kettles. French, A. W. 
At third hand. Howells, W. D. 
At twenty-two. Kipling, R. 
At twi-light. Glaspell, S. 
At whose door. Deland, M. W. 
Atalanta's race. Morris, W. 
Atavism of John Tom Little Bear. Henry, 

Atheist and the sage. Sec Voltaire, F. M. 

de A. Story of Johnny 
Atheist's mass. Balzac, H. dc 
Atherton. Mitford, M. R. 
Atonement. Long, J. L. 
Attack on the mill. Zola, \\. 
Attalic Brovillard. Cable, G. W. 
Attempt at reform. Strindberg, A. 
Attitudes. Bourget, P. C. 
Au soleil. Maupassant. G. de 
Aubcr Hurn. See Rici, R. White sleep of 

Auber Hurn 
Aucassin and Nicolette. LeGalliene, R. 
Auction. Brown, A. 
Auerbach, Berthold, iSi_'-iS8_' 
I'.enigna 

/;; German tales 
Cliristian Gellert's last Christmas 
/;/ German tales 

Stories by foreign authors, German 
V 2 
I'.rdmutha 

]i> German tales 
Ru(!oli)h and l-:ii7al>eth 

/;; German tales 
Step-mother. 
/» German tales 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



II 



Auld licht in arms. Barrie, J. M. 

Auld licht kirk. Barrie, J. M. 

Auld licht manse. Barrie, J. M. 

Aunt Abby's neighbors Slosson, A. T. 

Aunt Amity's silver wedding. Stuart, R. M. 

Aunt Calista's way. AlacManus, S. 

Aunt Caroline's present. Hale, E. E. 

Aunt Clementine's old days. Earle, M. T. 

Aunt Cynthy Dullett. Jewett, S. O. 

Aunt Deborah. Mitford, M. R. 

Aunt Delphi's dilemma. Stuart, R. M. 

Aunt Fountain's prisoner. Harris, J. C. 

Aunt Kipp Alcott, L. M. 

Aunt Liefy. Slosson, A. T. 

Aunt Mandy's investment. Dunbar. P. L. 

Aunt 'Randy. Slosson, A. T. 

Aunt Rose. See Maupassant, G. de. Our 

letters 
Aunt Sarah's brooch Morrison, A. 
Aunt Sue's panic. Payn, J. 
Aunt Tempe's revenge. Dunbar, P. L. 
Aunt Tempe's triumph. Dunbar, P. L. 
Aunt Tempy's story. Harris, J. C. 
Aunt Ursula's misfortune. Ohnet, G. 
Aunty Bligh. Maseheld, J. 
Aunty Lane. Jackson. H. H. 
Aurelia's unfortunate young man. Clemens, 

S. L. 
Austin, Mrs. Mary (Hunter) 1868- 
Agua Dulce 

/;; Lost borders 

Harp W 53: Ag 28 p 22 
Basket maker 

In Atlan 91 : 235 
Basket woman. First story 

In Basket woman 
Basket woman. Second story 

In Basket woman 
Bitterness of women 
In Lost borders 

Harp W 53 : O 9 p 22 
Case of conscience 
In Lost borders 

Harp W 53: Ag 14 p 22 
Cheerful glacier 

In Basket woman 
Christmas fiddle 

In Cent 8t: 239 
Christmas tree 

In Basket woman 
Coyote-spirit and the weaving woman 

In Basket woman 
Crooked fir 

In Basket woman • 
Fakir 

In Lost borders 
Harper 119: 556 
Fire bringer 

In Basket woman 
Frustrate 

In Cent 83 : 467 
Golden fortune 
In Basket woman 
Atlan 92: 791 
Green bough 

In Am M jt,: 642 
Hoodoo of the Minnictta 
In Lost borders 
Cent 74: 450 
House of offence 
In Lost borders 

Harp W 53: O 23 p 22 



Jimville; a sketch 
In Atlan 90 : 690 
Land 

In Lost borders 
Last antelope 
In Lost borders 

Atlan 92: 24 I 

Little coyote 

In Atlan 89: 249 
Lost dog 

In Cath World 89:624 
Mahala Joe 
In Basket woman 

Tappan, E. M. Children's hour 10: 

419 
Atlan 94: 44 
Mamichee 

In Cath World 91: 183 
Merry-go-round 

In Basket woman 
Nayang-Wite, the first rabbit drive 

In Basket woman 
Night adventure 

In Cath World 92: 157 
Ploughed lands 
In Lost borders 

Harp W 53: S II p 22 
Pocket-hunter's story 

In Lost borders 
Pot of gold 

In Munsey 25: 491 
Readjustment 
In Lost borders 
Harper 116: 694 
Return of Mr. Wills 
In Lost borders 

Cent 74:244 . ' 

Search for Jean Baptiste 

In St N 30: 1024 
Spring o' the year 

In Cent 75 : 923 
Stream that ran away 

In Basket woman 
Sugar pine 

In Basket woman 
Walking woman 
In Lost borders 
Atlan too: 216 
White-barked pine 

In Basket woman 
White cockatoo 

In Cent 83: 549 
White hour 

In Munsey 29: 88 
Woman at the Eighteen-mile 
In Lost borders 

Harp W 53: S 25 p 22 
Austin, William, 1778-184J 

Peter Rugg, the missing man 

In Baldwin, C. S. American short 
stories 
Austin's girl. Norris, K. 
"Author! Author!" Hornung, E. W. 
Author of Beltraffio. James, H. 
Author's reading and its consequences. 

Harrison, C. C. 
Author's reading in Simpkinsville. Stuart, 

R. M. 
Author's story. Maartens, M. 
Autobiographical romance. Hawthorne, T. 



12 



IXDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Autobiography of a thief. Readc, C. 

Autobiography of an omnibus. Alcott, L. M. 

Autobiography of Aureola. Ward, E. S. 
P. 

Autobiography of IMcthusclah. Bangs, J. K. 

Automobile. See French, A. \V. -Mrs. La- 
throp's love affair, part 2 

Autumn. Goeringer, I. 

Autumn. Strindberg, A. 

Autumn and love. Benson, E. F. 

Autumn manoeuvres. See Halevy, L. Ala- 
dame de Ciiateaubrun's series of three 

Aux sericux. Kirk, E. O. 

Avalanche. Herrick, R. 

Avaricious priest. Bandello, M. 

Avatar. Gauticr, T. 

Avatar. Huneker, J. G. 

Avenger. De Quincey, T. 

Avenger. Maupassant, G de 

Avenger of blood. Gibbon, P. 

Average woman: RcfTey. Balcstier, C. W. 

Aver.v. Ward. K. S. P. 

Avicenna and the olxservant young man 
(Turkish) 

In Hawthorne. J. Library mystery and 
detective stories, Oriental 

Awakening. Maupassant, G. dc 

Awakening of Angus Ogue. Sharp, W. 

Awakening of George Raymond. Osbourne, 
L. 

Awakening of Zojas. Michelson, M. 

Awful fate of Mr. Wolf. Harris, J. C. 

Awkward question. Vorse, M. H. 

Axel and Anna; or, correspondence between 
lovers. Eremer, F. 

Aytoun, William Edmonstoune, 1813-1865 
Glenmutchkin raiUtay 

In Stories by English authors, Scot- 
land 

Azalia. Harris, J. C. 

Aztec romance. Janvier, T. A. 

Baa, baa, black sheep. Kipling, R. 

Bab. W^eyman, S. J. 

Babcock, Mrs. Winnifred (Eaton), 1879- 

Sce W^atanna, Onoto, pseud. 
Babe Jerome. Catlierwood, M. H. 
Babenay. Phillpotts, E. 
Babes in the jungle. Henry, O. 
Babet's lover. Zola, E. 
Babette. Maupassant, G. de 
Babiche. See Parker. G. Little Babiche 
Baby grand. Long, J. L. 

Baby in the mail-pouch. Craddock, C. F. 
Baby in the siege. Harris, J. C. 
Baby Sylvester. Hartc, B. 
Baby tr.inip. Bierce, A. 
Baby's bath. Bennett, E. A. 
Baby's Christmas. Harris, J. C. 
Baby's fingers. Lewis, A. H. 
Baby's fortune. Harris, J. C. 
Bach concertf) in D minor. Harradcn, P.. 
Bacheller, Irving Addison, 1850- 

"CliarL'-c it"; or. Kiii)ing uj) with Harry 

In Charge it 
Colonel's organization 

In Good H 49: 489 



Commodore Vanderbilt and the hand- 
made gentleman 
In Am M 67: 463 
Fben Holden's last day a-fishing 
In Eben Holden's last day 
Cent 73:232 
Kce])ing up witli Dan'l Webster. See 
Bacheller, L A. Turning of Griggsb}-: 
being a story of keeping up with Dan'l 
Webster. 
Keeping up with Harry. See Bacheller, 

L A. "Charge It" 
Keeping up with Lizzie 
In Keeping up with Lizzie 
Harper 121:688 
Lonesome man of Huckleberry lake 

In Am M 71: 649 
Lost in the fog 

In St N 28:33-' 
Man on the hill-top 
In Harper 119: 370 
Marie and the talk-trust 

In Harper 124: 909 
Master of silence 

In Master of silence 
Our honeymoon summer 

In Good FI 50: 723 
Shadow of happiness 

In Cosmop 31 : 661 
Socrates invents a new sin 

In Harper 123: 429 
Socrates to the rescue 

In Harper 122: 502 
Soloist of Center Pond 
In Hampton 27:206 
Cur Lit 5^: 697 
Stories of a railroad king 

/;; Harp W 53: My i p 11 
Story of the big timber 

In Cosmop 31: 396 
Tale of two burdens 

In Cent 76: 548 
Turning of Griggsby; being a story of 
keeping up with Dan'l Webster 
In Turning of Griggsby 
Cent 84: 606, 726 
Uncle Eb's last day a-fishing 
In Cent 73- -'3-' 
Bachelor and the baby. Cameron, M. 
Bachelor's Christmas. Grant, R. 
Bachelor's experience. Coppee, F. 
Bachelor's fancy. Brown, A. 
Bachelors of Braggy. MacManus. S. 
Back home. Donnell, A. II. 
Back o' beyont. Crockett, S. R. 
Back of Bohemia. Merrick, I^. 
Back seat. Morris, G. 
Back there in tlie grass. Morris, G. 
Back to back. Hale. E. E. 
Back to back. Jacobs, W. W. 
Back to Indiana. Peake. E. E. 
Backgrounds. Stetson, G. E. C. 
Backslider. Allen, G. 

Backsliding of Harriet T'.Iake. Bacon, J. D. 
Backward view. Jewett, S. O. 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



1.3 



Bacon, Josephine Dodge (Daskam) (Ingra- 

ham Lovell, pseud. 1876- 
Adclia in Arcady 

In Aladncss of Philip 
McClure 18: 33^ 
Adventures of an uncle 

In Her fiance 
At commencement 

In Smith college stories 
Backsliding of Harriet Blake 

In Whom the gods destroyed 
Bayard of Broadway 

In Whom the gods destroyed 
Harp W 46: p6p 64 
Biscuits ex machina 

In Smith college stories 
Blue dress 

In Scrib M 33:457 
Bobbert's merry Christmas 

In Madness of Philip 
Harp B 35: 703 
Case of interference 

In Smith college stories 
Castle on the dunes 

In Harper 119: 531 
Children 

In Strange case of Dr. Stanchon 
Harper 119: 3^7 
College girl 

In Sister's vocation 
Confessions of a husband 

In Bookm 15: 443 
Conversion of Constantia 

In Am M 64: 396 
Country cousin 

In Sister's vocation 
Courting of Lady Jane 

In Middle-aged love stories 
Crystal 

In Strange case of Dr. Stanchon 
Hampton 27: 305 
Edgar, the choir boy uncelestial 

In Madness of Philip 
McClure 18:262 
Education of Elizabeth 

In Smith college stories 
Emotions of a sub-guard 

In Smith college stories 
End of it 

In Smith college stories 
Ends of the earth 

In Good H 48:267 
Evolution of Evangeline 

In Smith college stories 
Fair exchange 

In Sister's vocation 
Family aflfair 

In Smith college stories 
Few diversions 

In Smith college stories 
First of October 

In Harper log: 721 
Flesh-pots of Egypt 

In Sister's vocation 
Goddesses from the machine 

In Scrib M 37- 18 
Gospel 

In Strange case of Dr. Stanchon 



Gypsy 

In Woman's H C 40: Mr p 3; Ap p 17 
Heart of a child 

In Madness of Philip 
McClure 16: 291 
Her father's daughter 

In Sister's vocation 
Her fiance 

In Pier fiance 
Her little sister 

In Her fiance 
Her stepmother 

In Sister's vocation 
Hope deferred 

In Middle-aged love stories 
Cent 62: 420 
Plouse of their rest 

In Ladies' H J 28: F i p 7 
Idyl of the road 

In McClure 29: 603 
Idyll of All Fool's day 

In Idyll of All Fool's day 
Am M 65:563; 66:71, 181 
Imp and the angel 

In St N 27: 956 
Imp and the author 

In Harper loi: 202 
Imp and the drum 

In St N 28:995 
Imp disposes 

In Harper 103: 474 
Imp's Christmas visit 

In St N 29: gg 
Imp's matinee 

In St N 28:884 
In the border country 

In In the border country 
In the valley of the shadow 

In Middle-aged love stories 
McClure 20: 41 
Julia the apostate 

In Middle-aged love stories 
Key 

In Strange case of Dr Stanchon 
Key to the East gate 

In Ladies' H J 28: Jl p 7 
Legacy 

In Strange case of Dr. Stanchon 
Hampton 26: 415 
Levitation of Miss Weeks 

In Scrib M 36: 195 
Little brother of the books 

In W4iom the gods destroyed 
Scrib M 32: 400 
Little god and Dicky 

In Madness of Philip ; 

McClure 17: 338 
Little silver heart 

In Harper 113: 762 
Little victory of the general 

In McClure 31 : 253 
Madness of Philip 

In Madness of Philip 
McClure 16: 183 
Maid of the mill 

In Whom the gods destroyed 
Miracle 

In Strange case of Dr. Stanchon 
Harper 121:843 



14 



IX'DEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Bacon, Josephine D.— Continued. 
Miss Biddle of Bryn Mawr 

In Smith college stories 
Mrs. Dud's sister 

In Middle-aged love stories 
Harper 104: J79 
Oracles 

In Strange case of Dr. Stanchon 
Peggy's summer 

In Harp B 46: 278; 47: 290 
Philanthropist 

In Middle-aged love stories 
Point of view 
In Her fiance 

Harp B 3t':405 
Pretenders 

In Collier's 4-^: J^i 30 p 16 
Prodigal imp 

In St N 28:675 
Question of values 

In Good H 53: 435 
Reversion to type 

In Middle-aged love stories 
Scrih M 31 : 453 
Scandal in high life 
In Scrib M 37: 4ii 
Singer's story 

In Sister's vocation 
Sister's vocation 

In Sister's vocation 
Study in piracy 

In Madness of Philip 
McClure 16:497 
Taste of Bohemia 

In Sister's vocation 
Twilight guests 

In Whom the gods destroyed 
Unburied 

In Strange case of Dr. Stanchon 
Warning 

In Strange case of Dr. Stanchon 
Scrib M 44: 712 
When Pippa passed 

In Whom the gods destroyed 
Where thieves break in 

In Collier's 43: My 29 p 12 
Whom the gods destroyed 

In Whom the gods destroyed 
Wind flower 

In Whom the gods destroyed 
Bad conduct. See Chekhov, A. •'Kasch- 

tanka" 
Bad error. See .Maupassant. G. de. Window. 
Bad medicine man. Garland, H. 
Bad night. Hornung, E. W. 
Bad old times. Jokai, M. 
Badalia Herodsfoot. See Kipling, R. Rec- 
ord of Badalia Herodsfoot 
Badge of J'oliceman O'Roon. Henry, O. 
Biiader. Smith. F. H. 
Baffled aml)uscade. Bierce, A. 
Bailey's babies. Kelly, M. 
Baiilie's double. Watson, J. 
Baker of Barnbury. Stockton, K. R. 
Balaam and his master. Harris, J. C. 
Balaam and Pedro. Wister, O. 
Balacchi brothers. Davi4k,Rcbecca H. 
Balance. Keats, G. 
Balance of power. Bangs, J. K. 



Balcony, King, G. E. 
Balestier, Charles Wolcott, 1 861 -i 891 
Average woman: RefTey 
In Average woman 
Cent 43: 561 
"Captain, my captain" 
In Average woman 
Cent 44: 65 
Common story 

In Average woman 
Cent 42: 497 
Fair device 
In Fair device 
Balking of Christopher. Freeman, M. E. 

W. 
Ball at Sceaux. See Balzac, H. de. Rural 

ball 
Ball of fat. See Maupassant, G. de. Ball 

of tallow 
Ball of tallow. Maupassant, G. de 
Ballast. Quiller-Couch. A. T. 
Ballet dancer. Serao, M. 
Balloon hoax. Poe, E. A. 
Balsam fir. Freeman, M. E. W. 
Balthasar. France, A. 

Balthazar: or, The science of love. See Bal- 
zac, H. de. Balthazar 
Balzac, Honore de, 1799-1850 
Accursed house. See Balzac, H. de. La 

grande Breteche 
Adieu [Farewell] 

In Comedie humaine. Wormeley, tr. 
[Roberts] v 36; (Centenary) v 31 
Honore de Balzac [Barrie] v 46 
Works (Kelmscott) v 1-2 
Works (University) v i 
Best of Balzac 

Christ in Flanders (Farewell) 
Juana and other stories 
Albert Savarus 

/;; Comedie humaine. Wormeley, tr. 
[Roberts] v 4; (Centenary) v 2 
Honore de Balzac [Barrie] v 16 
Works (Kelmscott) v 19-20 
Works (University) v 10 
Albert Savarus 
Another study of woman 

In Comedie humaine. Wormeley, tr. 
[Roberts] v 24; (Centenary) v 15 
Honore de Balzac [Barrie] v 22 
Works (Kelmscott) v 5-6 
Works (University) v 3 
Balzac's shorter stories 
Modeste Mignon (Saintsbury) 
At the sign of the cat and racket [At the 
cat and battledor: At the cat and 
racket: Fame and sorrow: House of 
the cat and racket: I. a mai.^^on du 
chat cjui pelotel 
/;[ Comedie humaine. Wormeley, tr. 
[Rol)crts] V 2; (Centenary) v 3 
Honore de Balzac [Barrie] v 12 
Works (Kelmscott) v 7-8 
Works (University) v 6 
Fame and sorrow 
Woman of thirty (Saintsbury) 
Atheist's mass. 

In Comedy humaine. Wormeley, tr. 
[Roberts] v 2; (Centenary) v 3 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Honore de Balzac. [Barric] v 15 
Works (Kelmscott) v 11-12 
Works (University), v 6 
Atheist's mass 
Balzac's shorter stories 
Country doctor 
Le Cure de Tours 
Eclectic M 106: 112 
Ball at Sceaux. See Balzac, H. de. Rural 

ball 
Balthazar; or. Science and love 

In Balthazar 
Cat and racket. See Balzac, H. de. At 

the sign of the cat and racket 
Chief of the devorants. See Balzac, H. 

de. Ferragus 
Christ in Flanders [Jesus Christ in Flan- 
ders; Miracle in Flanders] 
/« Comedie humaine. Wormeley, tr. 

[Roberts] v 39; (Centenary) v. 29 
Honore de Balzac [Barrie] v 42 
Works (Kelmscott) v 1-2 
Works (University) v i 
Balzac's shorter stories 
Christ in Flanders 
Country doctor 
Seraphita [Roberts] 
Colonel Chabert 

/)/ Comedie humaine. Wormeley, tr. 
[Roberts] v. 3; (Centenary) v 3 
Honore de Balzac. [Barrie] v 20 
Works (Kelmscott) v 17-18 
Works (University) v 9 
Celibates Saintsbury) 
FaiTie and sorrow 
Comedies played gratis. See Balzac, H. 

de. Gaudissart II 
Commission in lunacy [Interdiction] 
In Comedie humaine. Wormeley, tr. 
[Roberts] v 7; Centenary) v 6 
Honore de Balzac. [Barrie] v 20 
Works (Kelmscott) v 13-14 
Works (University) v 7 
Country doctor 
Daughter of Eve 
Conscript. [Madame de Dey's last re- 
ception; Recruit; Requisitionnaire] 
In Comedie humaine. Wormeley, tr. 
[Roberts] v 36; (Centenary) v 31 
Honore de Balzac [Barrie] v 46 
Works (Kelmscott) v 1-2 
Works (University) v i 
Balzac's shorter stories 
Christ in Flanders 
Little French masterpieces v 4 
Month 58: 248 
Outlook 89: 717 
Temple Bar 77: 558 
Cure de Tours [Vicar of Tours] 

In Comedie humaine. Wormeley, tr. 
[Roberts] v. 10; (Centenary) v 10 
Honore de Balzac [Barrie] v 24 
Works (Kelmscott) v 7-8 
Works (University) v 5 
Le Cure de Tours 
Pierrette. [Roberts] 
Dance at Sceaux. See Balzac, H. de. 
Rural ball 



Daughter of Eve 
In Comedie humaine. Wormeley, tr. 
[Roberts] v 7; 
Honore de Balzac [Barrie] v 16 
Works (Kelmscott) v 9-10 
Works. (LTniversity) v 5 
Daughter of Eve 
Seraphita (Saintsbury) 
Deserted mistress. See Balzac, H. de. 

Deserted woman 
Deserted woman. [Deserted mistress; 
Forsaken woman; Madame de Beau- 
seant] 
In Comedie humaine. Wormeley, tr. 
[Roberts] v 3; (Centenary) v 3 
Honore de Balzac [Barrie] v 18 
Works (Kelmscott) v 9-10 
Works (University) v 5 
After dinner stories of Balzac 
Father Goriot, etc. 
Domestic peace. See Balzac, H. de. 

Peace of a home 
Don Juan. See Balzac, H. de. Elixir of 

life 
Doomed to live. See Balzac, H. de. El 

Verdugo 
Double family. See Balzac, H. de. 

Double life 
Double life [Double family; Second home] 
1)1 Comedie humaine. Wormeley, tr. 
[Roberts] v 6; (Centenary) v 3 
Honore de Balzac [Barrie] v 22 
Works (Kelmscott) v 6 [Second 

liome] 
Works (University) v n [Second 

home] 
]Marriage contract. 
Drama on the seashore. See Balzac, H. 

de. Seaside tragedy 
Duchesse de Langeais. [One of series of 
three stories called "Histoire des 
Treize"] 
In Comedie humaine. Wormeley, tr. 
[Roberts] v 20; (Centenary) v 13 
Honore de Balzac [Barrie] v 6 
Works (Kelmscott) v 15-16 
Works (University) v 13 
Duchess de Langeais 
Jealousies of a country town v 2 
Elixir of life. [Don Juan] 
/); Comedie humaine. Wormeley, tr. 
[Roberts] v 36; (Centenary) v 31 
Honore de Balzac [Barrie] v 42 
Works (Kelmscott) v 4 
Works (University) v 2 
Balzac's shorter stories 
Christ in Flanders 
Wild ass's skin (Saintsbury) 
Patten, W. International short stor- 
ies V 2 
Episode under the Terror. [In the time of 
the Terror] 
In Comedie humaine. Wormeley, tr. 
[Roberts] v 28; (Centenary) v 21 
Honore de Balzac [Barrie] v 34 
Works (Kelmscott) v 31-32 
Works. (University) v 16 
Balzac's shorter stories 
Duchesse de Langeais 
Little French masterpieces v 4 



i6 



IXIJEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Balzac, Honore de —Cuiliiiucd. 

Episode under the terror —Continued. 
In Passion in the desert (.Caldwell) 
Woman of thirty. (Saintsbury) 
Esenweni, J. P.. Short Story master- 
pieces V 2 
Dublin Univ M S^: 185 
Gentleman's M. n. s. 50: i 
Lippinc 89: 431 
Liv Age ig6: 464 
Executioner. Sec Balzac, 11. de. JCl Ver- 

dugo 
Exiles [Les Proscrit.^J 

In Comedie 'humaine. Wormeley, tr. 
[Roberts] v 39; (Centenary) v 29 
Honore de Balzac [Barrie] v 46 
Works (University) v 2 
Lc Cure de Tours. [Les Proscrits] 
Peasantry (Saintsbury) 
Seraphita | Rol)crts] 
Facino Cane [Gold] 

In Comedie humaine. Wormeley, tr. 
[Roberts] v 38; (Centenary) v 29 
Honore de Balzac [Barrie] v 10 
Works (University) v 16 
W'orks (Kelmscott) y 31-32 
Balzac's shorter stories 
Louis Lambert 

Modeste Mignon (Saintsbury) 
Fame and sorrow. See Balzac, H. de. 

At the sign of the cat and racket 
Farewell. See Balzac, H. de. Adieu 
Father's curse. See Balzac, H de. Hated 

son 
Fcrragus, chief of the devorants. 

In Comedie humaine. Wormeley, tr. 
[Roberts] v 20; (Centenary) v 14 
Honore de Balzac [Barrie] v 6 
Works (Kelmscott) v 15-16 
Works (University) v 13 
Firm of Xucingen. See Balzac, IE de. 

.Xncingen and Co. 
Forsaken woman. See Balzac, H. de. 

Deserted woman 
Gallery of antiquities. [Jealousies of a 
country town] 
In Comedie humaine. Wormeley, tr. 
[Roberts] v 15; (Centenary) v 9 
Honore de Balzac [Barrie] v 29 
Works (Kelmscott) v 13-14 
Works (University) v 7 
Gambara 

In Comedie humaine. Wormeley, tr. 
[Roberts] v 38; (Centenary) v 29 
Honore de Balzac [Barrie] v 44 
Works (Kelmscott) v 3 
Works (University) v 2 
Father's curse 

Jealousies of a country town v 2 
Louis Lambert 
Gaudissart H [Comedies played gratis; 
Selim shawl] 
In Comedie humaine. Wormeley, tr. 
[Roberts] v 24; (Centenary) v 14 
Honore de Balzac [Barrie] v 8 
Works (Kelmscott) v 31-32 
Works (University) v 16 
Distinguished i)r()vincial (Saints- 
bury) 



Girl with the golden eyes 

In Honore de Balzac [Barrie] v 5 
Works (Kelmscott) v 15-16 
Works (University) v 13 
Gobscck. [M. Gobseck] 

Iji Comedie humaine. Wormeley, tr. 
[Roberts] v 24; (Centenary) v 14 
Honore de Balzac [Barrie] v 17 
Works (Kelmscott) v 9-10 
Works (University) v 5 
Father Goriot (Saintsbury) 
Gold See Balzac, H. de. Facino Cane 
Grande Breteche. [Great Breteche; Ac- 
cursed house] 
In Comedie humaine. Wormeley, tr. 
[Roberts] v 2; (Centenary) v 3 
Honore de Balzac [Barrie] v 22 
Works (Kelmscott) v 5-6 
Works (University) v 3 
After-dinner stories from Balzac 
Balzac's shorter stories. 
Best of Balzac 
Fame and sorrow 
Little French masterpieces v 4 
Modeste Mignon (Saintsbury) 
Jessup. A. and Canby, H. S. Book 

of short stories 
Warner library 
Great Breteche. See Balzac, IE de. 

Grande Breteche 
La grcnadiere 

III Comedie humaine. Wormeley. tr. 
[Roberts] v 3; (Centenary) v 3 
Honore de Balzac [Barrie] v 17 
Works (Kelmscott) v 9-10 
Works (University) v 5 
Celibates (Saintsbury) 
Fame and sorrow 
Hated son 

In Comedie humaine. Wormeley, tr. 
[Roberts] v 36; (Centenary) v 31 
Honore de Balzac [Barrie] 
Works (Kelmscott) v TI-12 
Works (University) v 6 
Father's curse. 
Elermit of Le Croisic 
In Liv Age 177:473 
Hidden masterpiece. See Balzac, H. de. 

Unknown masterpiece 
Honorine 

In Honore de Balzac [Barrie] v 20 
Works( Kelmscott) v J-S 
A\'orks (University) v 4 
Modeste Mignon (Saintsbury) 
House of Xucingen. Sec Balzac. IE <lc. 

Nucingen & Co. 
House of the cat and the racket. See 
Balzac, II. de. A\ the sign of the cat 
and racket 
House of the tennis plavin.sr cat. See 
Balzac, TI. <lc. .\t the sign of the cat 
and racket 
Illustrious Gaudissart 

/;; Comedie humaine. Wormeley, tr. 
[Roberts] v T5: (Centenary^ v 11 
Honore de Balzac [Barrie] v 2S 
Works (Kelmscott) v 15-16 
Works (University) v 13 
Cesar P.ir<«lleau ( Saintsl)ury) 
Duehesse di' Eangeais 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



17 



Imaginary mistress. See Balzac, H. de. 

Paz 
Imprudence and happiness. See Balzac, 

H. de. Love in a mask 
In the timeof the Terror. See Balzac, II. 

de. Episode under the Terror 
Interdiction. See Balzac, H. de. Com- 
mission in lunacy 
Involuntary Comedians. See Balzac, H. 

de. Unconscious comedians 
Jealousies of a country town. See Balzac, 

H. de. Gallery of antiquities 
Jesus Christ in Flanders. See Balzac, H. 

de. Christ in Flanders 
Juana. See Balzac, H. de. ?^Iaranas 
Louis Lambert. 

1)1 Comedie humainc. Wormeley, tr. 
[Roberts] v 38; (Centenary) v 29 
Honore de Balzac [Barrie] v 46 
Works (University) v 2 
Seraphita v i (SaintsburjO 
Love in a mask. [Imprudence and hap- 
piness] 
In Love in a mask 
Madame de Beausant. See Balzac, H. de. 

Deserted woman 
Madame de Dcy's last reception. See 

Balzac, H. de. Conscript 
]\Iadame Firmiani 
In Comedie humaine. Wormeley, tr. 
[Roberts] v 4; (Centenary) v 5 
Honore de Balzac [Barrie] v 15 
Works (Kelmscott) v 7-8 
Works ( University) v 4 
After-dinner stories 
Albert Savarus 

At the sign of the cat and racket 
Father Goriot 
Maitre Cornelius. See Balzac, H. de. 

j\[aster Cornelius 
Man of business 

In Honore de Balzac [Barrie] v 10 
Works (Kelmscott) v 31-32 
Works (University) v 16 
Modestc ]\Iignon (Saintsbury) 
Maranas [Juana] 

In Comedie humaine. Wormeley, tr. 
[Roberts] v 36; (Centenary) v 31 
Honore de Balzac [Barrie] v 43 
Works (Kelmscott) v 1-2 
Works (LTniversitj') v i 
Christ in Flanders 
Marriage contract. [Marriage settlement] 
In Comedie humaine. Wormelej', tr. 
[Roberts] v 6; (Centenary) v i 
TTonore de Balzac [Barrie] v 17 
Works (Kelmscott) v 11-12 
Works (University) v 6 
Alarriage contract 
Marriage settlement. See Balzac. H. de. 

IMarriage contract 
Massimilla Doni 

In Honore de Balzac [Barrie] v 44 
\\'orks (Kelmscott) v 5-6 
Works (University) v 3 
Father's curse 

Muse of the department (Saints- 
bury) 



Master Cornelius [Maitre Cornelius] 
In Comedie humainc. Wormeley, tr. 
[Roberts] v 36; (Centenary) v 31 
Honore de Balzac [Barrie] v 43 
Works (University) v 2 
Best of Balzac 
Father's curse 
Jealousies of a country town v 2 

Melmoth absolved. See Balzac, H. de. 
Melmoth reconciled 

Melmoth converted. See Balzac, H. de. 
Melmoth reconciled 

Melmoth reconciled [Alelmoth absolved; 
Melmoth converted] 
In Comedie humaine. Wormeley, tr. 
[Roberts] v 38; (Centenary^ v 29 
Honore de Balzac [Barrie] v 42 
Works (Kelmscott) v 1-2 
Works (UniversitA-) v i 
Christ in Flanders 
Country doctor 

]Mcssage 
In Comedie humaine. Wormeley, tr. 
[Roberts] v 8; (Centenary) v 5 
Honore de Balzac [Barrie] v 15 
Works (Kelmscott) v 9-10 
\\'orks (University v 5 
Peasantry (Saintsbury) 
Start in life [Roberts] 
Temple Bar 70:242 
Miracle in Flanders. See Balzac, H. de. 
Christ in Flanders 

M. Gobseck. See Balzac, H. de. Gobscck 
Muse of the department 

In Honore de Balzac [Barrie] v 6 
Works (Kelmscott) v 29-30 
Works (University) v 15 
Nucingen and Co: Bankers [Firm of 
Nucingen; House of Nucingen] 
In Comedie humaine. Wormeley, tr. 
[Roberts] v 19; (Centenary) v 15 
Honore de Balzac [Barrie] v 9 
Works (Kelmscott) v 17-18 
Works (University) v 9 
Woman of thirty (Saintsbury) 

Old maid 

In Comedie humaine. Wormeley, tr. 
[Roberts] v 8; (Centenary) v 8 
Honore de Balzac [Barrie] v 29 
\\'orks (University) v 7 
Gallery of antiquities 

Passion in the desert 

In Comedie liumaine. Wormeley, tr. 
[Roberts] v 27: (Centenary) v 20 

Honore de Balzac [Barrie] v 34 

Works (UniversitjO v 15 

Balzac's shorter stories 

Best of Balzac 

Duchess de Langeais 

Little French masterpieces v 4 

Passion in the desert [Caldwell] 

Cody, S. A Selection from the 
world's greatest short stories 

Mabie, H. W., and Strachey. L. Lit- 
tle masterpieces of fiction v 6 

^^'arner library 



IXDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Balzac, Honore de —Continued. 

Paz [Imaginary mistress; Pretended mis- 
tress] 
In Comedie humaine. Wormeley, tr. 
[Roberts] v 4; (Centenary) v 5 
Honore de Balzac [Barrie] v 22 
Works (Kclmscott) v 5-6 
Works ( University) v 3 
Albert Savarus 
Peace of a home. | Domestic peace; 
Peace in tlic house; Peace of the 
household] 
hi Comedie humaine. Wormeley, tr. 
I Roberts] v 6 
Honore de Balzac [Barrie] v 22 
Works (Kelmscott) v 5-6 
Works (University) v 3 
Celibates (Saintsbury) 
Marriage contract 
Pierre Grassou 

In Comedie humaine. Wormeley, tr. 
[Roberts] v 19; (Centenary) v 16 
Honore de Balzac [Barrie] v 5 
Works (Kelmscott) v 9-10 
Works (University) v 5 
Peasantry (Saintsbury) 
Pierrette 

In Works (Kelmscott) v 7-8 
Works (University) v 4 
Pretended mistress. See Balzac, H. de. 

Paz 
Prince of Bohemia 

In Honore de Balzac [Barrie] v 8 
Works (Kelmscott) v 31-32 
Works (University) v 16 
Muse of the department (Saintsbury) 
Purse 

In Comedie humaine. Wormeley, tr. 
[Roberts] v 3; (Centenary) v 3 
Honore de Balzac [Barrie] v 12 
Works (Kclmscott) v 7-8 
Works. (University) v 4 
At the sign of the cat and racket 
Cesar Birottcau (Saintsbury) 
I-'ame and sorrow 
Recruit. See Balzac, H de. Conscript 
Red house. See Balzac, H de. Red inn 
Red inn. [Red house] 
In Comedie humaine. Wormeley, tr. 
[Roberts] v 36; (Centenary) v i 
Honore de Balzac [Barrie] v 43 
Works (Kelmscott) v 5-6 
Works. (University) v 3 
After-dinner stories 
Christ in Flanders 
Country doctor 
Rc(iuisitionnaire. See Balzac, 11. de. 

Conscript 
Rural ball. ( I'.all at Sccaux; Dance at 
Sceaux; Sceaux l)all] 
In C;<)iue(lie liumaine. Wormeley, tr. 
[R()berts[ v 7; (Centenary) v 3 
Honore de Balzac [Barrie] v 12 
Works (Kelmscott) v 7-S 
Works (University) v 4 
At the sign of the cat and racket 
Daughter of Eve 
Seraphila (Saintsbury) 



Sarrasine 

In Honore de Balzac [Barrie] v lo 
Works. (Kelmscott) v 31-32 
Works (University) v 16 
Sceaux ball. See Balzac, H. de. Rural 

ball 
Science and love. See Balzac, H. de. 

Balthazar 
Sea-shore drama. See Balzac, H. de. Sea- 
side tragedy 
Seaside tragedy [Drama on the sea-shore; 
Sea-shore drama; Tragedy by the sea] 
In Comedie humaine. Wormeley, tr. 
[Robert] v 36 (Centenary) v 31 
Honore de Balzac [Barrie] v 43 
Works (Kelmscott) v 5-6 
Works (University) v 3 
Balzac's shorter stories 
Christ in Flanders 
Little F^rench masterpieces v 4 
Second home. See Balzac, H. de. Double 

life 
Secrets of the princess of Cadigan 

In Comedie humaine. Wormeley, tr. 
[Roberts] v 24; (Centenary) v 16 
Honore de Balzac [Barrie] v 10 
Works (Kelmscott) v 3 
Works (University) v 8 
Selim shawl. See Balzac, H. de. Gaudis- 

sart II 
Start in life 

In Comedie humaine. Wormeley, tr. 
[Roberts] v 8; (Centenary) v 5 
Honore de Balzac [Barrie] v 4 
Works (Kelmscott) v 11-12 
Works (University) v 6 
Start in life [Roberts] 
Woman of thirty (Saintsbury) 
Study of a woman 

/;; Comedie liumaine. Wormeley. tr. 
[Roberts] v 8; (Centenary) v 5 
Honore de Balzac [Barrie] v 22 
Works( Kelmscott) v 5-6 
Works (University) v 3 
Start in life. [Roberts] 
Wild ass's skin (Saintsbury) 
Thirteen 

/;; Comedie humaine. Wormeley, tr. 
[Ivobertsl v 20; (Centenary) v 13 
Flonore de Balzac [Barrie] v 6 
Works (University) v 13 
Jealousies of a country town v 2 
Tragedy by the sea. See Balzac, H. de 

Seaside tragedy 
Unconscious comedians. [Involuntary 
comedians. Unconscious mummers] 
In Comedie humaine. Wormeley, tr. 
[ Roberts [ v 24; (Centenary) v 16 
Honore de Balzac [Barrie] v 9 
Works (Kelmscott) v 15-16 
Works (University) v 13 
Seraphita (Saintsbury) 
Unconscious mummers. Sec Balzac, H. 

de. Unconscious comedians 
Unknown masterpiece [Hidden master- 
piece [ 
In CdiiUMlic Ininiame. Wormeley, tr. 
[Roberts] v 34; (Centenary) v 28 
Honore de Balzac [Barrie [ v 43 
Works (University) v 1 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



19 



Country doctor 
Duchesse dc Langeais 
Little French masterpieces v 4 
Stories by foreign authors, French 
V 3 
Vendetta 

In Coniedic huniainc. Wormelcy, tr. 
[Roberts] v 8; (Centenary) v 5 
Honore de Balzac [Barrie] v 12 
Works (Kclmscott) v 17-18 
Works (University) v g 
At the sign of the cat and racket 
Celibates (Saintsbury) 
Start in life [Roberts] 
El verdugo [Doomed to live; Execu- 
tioner] 
In Comedie humaine. Wormeley, tr. 
[Roberts] v 36; (Centenary) v 13 
Honore de Balzac [Barrie] v 46 
Works (Kclmscott) v 1-2 
Works (University) v i 
Balzac's shorter stories 
Christ in Flanders 
Le Cure dc Tours 
Juana and other stories 
Mabie, H. W., and Strachey, L. Lit- 
tle masterpieces of fiction v 8 
Cosmopol 5:411 
Vicar of Tours. See Balzac, H. de. Cure 

de Tours 
Z. Marcas. 

In Comedie humaine. Wormeley. tr. 
[Roberts] v 29; (Centenary) v 22 
Honore de Balzac [Barrie] v 35 
Works (Kclmscott) v 31-32 
Le Cure de Tours 
Distinguished provincial 
Bamber's boom. See Parker, G. At Bam- 

ber's boom 
Band. Davis, C. B. 
Bandello, Mateo, 1480-165 1 
Avaricious priest 

In Twelve stories 
Bigolino. the Calabrian, plays a trick upon 
the Bishop of Reggio 
In Twelve stories 
Don Diego takes up his abode in a grotto 

In Twelve stories 
Galleazzo carries off a damsel from Padua 

In Twelve stories 
Gerardo secretly weds his mistress and 
sets out for Baruti 
In Twelve stories 
Judge of Lucca's intrigue 

In Twelve stories 
Of the divers mischances and grievous 
perils which befell Cornelio for the 
love of his lady 
In Twelve stories 
Of the sad end of two hapless lovers 

In Twelve stories 
Pandolfo del Nero is buried alive with 
his lady-love 
In Twelve stories 
Prior of Modena 

In Twelve stories 
Signor Didaco Centiglia 

In Twelve stories 
Simonc Turchi 
In Twelve stories 



Bandit of Austria. Willis, N. P. 
Bandmaster's sister. Maupassant, G. de 
Bangs, John Kendrick, 1862- 

Adventure of Mrs. Burlingamc's diamond 
stomacher 

In R. Holmes and Co. 
Adventure of Room 407 

In R. Holmes and Co. 
Adventure of the brass check 

In R. Holmes and Co. 
Adventure of the Dorrington ruby seal 

In R. Holmes and Co. 
Adventure of the hired burglar 

In R. Holmes and Co. 
Adventure of the missing pendants 

In R. Holmes and Co. 
Afifinitive romance 

In Booming of Acre Hill 
Affliction of Hans Pumpernickel 

In Over the plum-pudding 
Agent of the U. S. B. C. 

In Harp W 48: 1880 
Alice in Blunderland; an iridescent dream 

In Alice in Blunderland 
Amalgamated ])rotherhood of spooks 

In Over the plum-pudding 
As to the banditti 

In Harp W 55: Mr 11 pi2 
Autobiography of Methuselah 

In Autobiography of Methuselah 
Balance of power 

In Booming of Acre Hill 
Base ingratitude of Barkis, M. D. 

In Booming of Acre Hill 
Being the contribution of Mr. Bedford 
Parke 

In Dreamers 
Bikey the skicyclc 

In Bikey the skicj^cle 
Bills, M. D. 

In Over the plum-pudding 
Book sales of Mr. Peters 

In Booming of Acre Hill 
Booming of Acre Hill 

In Booming of Acre Hill 
Boswell tours, personally conducted 

/;/ Enchanted typewriter 
Carleton Barker, first and second 

/;/ Ghosts I have met 
Scrib M 14: 465 
Caught in Toytown 

In Bikey the skicycle 
Chat with Xanthippe 

In Enchanted typewriter 
Child who had everything but — 

In Little book of Christmas 
Lippinc 88:863 
Christmas gift of Thaddeus 

In Paste jewels 
Conclusion — likewise Mr. Billy Jones 

In Dreamers 
Conversion of Hetherington 

In Little book of Christmas 
Harp W 55: D 16 p6 
Dampmer mystery 

In Ghosts I have met 
Discovery 

In Enchanted typewriter 



20 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Bangs, John Kendrick — C())i//;.'ifi'(y. 
Dolly visits Chicago 

In Dreamers 
Dreamers diseuss a magazine poem 

Jn Dreamers 
Editing of Xanthippe 

In Enchanted typewriter 
Electrical error 

In Bikey the skicycle 
Eloping witii papa 

Jn Harp W 57: Ja u p lO 
Emancipation of Thaddeus 

In Paste jewels 
l'"xorcism tliat failed 

/;/ Ghosts I have met 
Flunking of Watkiu's ghost 

In Over the plum-pudding 
From advance sheets of Baron Munchau- 
sen's Further recollections 

In Enchanted tj'pewriter 
Ghost clul) 

/" Water ghost 
Ghosts that have haunted me 

/;; Ghosts I have met 
Glance ahead 

In Over the plum-pudding 
Golden fleece 

In Jack and the check-book 
Golf in Hades 

In Enchanted typewriter 
Great composer 

In Over the plum-pudding 
Great day when Matilda voted 

In Ladies' H J 27: Ag p4 
Great wish syndicate 

Iti Jack and the check-book 
Half-seas over 

In Harp W 54: S 24 pii 
Handbook of Hades 

In Enchanted typewriter 
Hans Pumpernickel's vigil 

In Over the plum-pudding 
Harry and Maude and I — also James 

In Booming of Acre Hill 
High-jinks in the barn 

In Bikey the skicycle 
House of the seven Santas 

In Little book of Christmas 
Houseboat on the Styx 

In Houseboat on the Styx 
How Fritz became a wizard 

In Over the plum-pudding 
Idea 

In Dreamers 
Idiot 

In Idiot 
Imp of the telephone 

In Bikey the skicycle 
Important decision 

In Enchanted typewriter 
In the brownie's house 

In Bikey the skicycle 
In which a mince-pie is responsible for a 
remarkable coincidence 

In Dreamers 
In which Henry Snobbe recites a tale' of 
glocm 

In Dreamers 



In which Thomas Snobbe, Esq., of Yon- 
kers, unfolds a tale 

In Dreamers 
In which yellow journalism creeps in 

/;; Dreamers 
Introducing Mr. Raffles Holmes 

/;; R. Holmes and Co. 
Invisible cloak 

In Jack and the check-book 
Harp W 55: Ap 15 pi2 
Jack and the check-book 

In Jack and the check-book 
Jane 

In Paste jewels 
Jarley's experiment 

In Booming of Acre Hill 
Jarley's Thanksgiving 

In Booming of Acre Hill 
Jimmicboy — and something 

In Bikey the skicycle 
Jimmieboy's iire works 

In Bikejr the skicycle 
Jimmieboy's valentine 

In Bikey the skicycle 
King of the Azores 

In Harp W 54: Dec 10 p24 
Lang Tammas and Drumsheugh swear ofif 

In Dreamers 
Last night 

In Harp W 53: Mr 6 pi6 
Literary remains of Thomas Bragdon 

In Water ghost 
Loss of the "Gretchen B". 

/)( Over the plum-pudding 
Magic sled 

In Bikey the skicycle 
Major-general's pepper-pots 

In R. Holmes and Co. 
Mayor's lamps 

In Booming of Acre Hill 
Midnight visitor 

In Water ghost 
Minister's first at home (farce) 

In Ladies' H J 26: Mr pi6 
Miss Tooker's wedding gift 

/// Patten. W. International short 
stories v i 
Lippinc 8: 320 
Mr. Boswell imparts some late news to 
Hades 

In Enchanted typewriter 
Mr. Bradley's jewel 

In Paste jewels 
Mrs. Upton's device 

In Booming of Acre Hill 
Monsieur Rousseau 

/)( Cosmop 43: 315 
Mystery of Barney O'Rourkc 

In Ghosts I have met 
Mystery of my grandmother's hair sofa 

In Ghosts I have met 
Mystery of Pinkham's diamond stud 

/;; Dreamers 
Mystery of Venice 

In Harp W 55 ■ My 6 pi3 
Neglected conversations 

In Harper t 16: 317 
Nostalgia of Nervv Jim the snatcher 
In U. Holmes an<l Co. 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



21 



Object lesson 

III Paste jewels 
Over the plum-pudding 

In Over the plum-pudding 
Plot that failed 

/;{ Booming of Acre Hill 
Psychical prank 

III Water ghost 
Puss — the promoter 

In Jack and the check-book 
Quicksilver Cassandra 

/){ Water ghost 
Real thing (farce) 

In Harp B 43: 134 
Redemption of young Billington Rand 

In R. Holmes and Co.- 
Regeneration of Petlow^ 

In Harp W 56: Dec 21 pQ 
Return of Aladdin 

In Jack and the check-book 
Rise and fall of the poet Gregory 

/;/ Over the plum-pudding 
Roger Camerden 

In Roger Camerden 
Salvation of Findlayson 

In Dreamers 
Santa Claus and little Billee 

In Little book of Christmas 
Sherlock Holmes again 

In Enchanted typewriter 
Son-in-law 

In Howells, W. D. and others. Whole 
family ch 6 
Speck of the lens 

In Water ghost 
Spectre cook of Bangletop 

In Water ghost 
Strange banquet 

In Paste jewels 
Strange misadventures of an organ 

In Booming of Acre Hill 
Stupid little apple tree 

In Bikey the skicycle 
That little dinner at Larrabee's 

III Lippinc 84: 74 
Thurlow's Christmas story 

In Ghosts I have met 
Totherwayville, the animal town 

In Bikey the skicycle 
Unexepected pomp at the Perkins's 

In Paste jewels 
Unmailed letter 

In Over the plum-pudding 
Utilitarian Mr. Carraway 

In Booming of Acre Hill 
Valor of Brinley 

In Booming of Acre Hill 
Water ghost of Harrowly Hall 

In Water ghost 
Wilkin s 

In Booming of Acre Hill 
Banished king. Stockton, F. R. 
Bank fraud. Kipling, R. 
Banim, John, 1798-1842 
Rival dreamers 

In Johnson. R. Little classics, v 12 
Stories by English authors, Ireland 
Bankrupt. Brown, A. 



Bankruptcy of Bannister. Phillpotts, E. 
Banner of Beaumanoir. Alcott, L. M. 
Bancjuct. Maartens, 'SI. 
Banshee 

In Stories by English authors, Ireland 
Baptism. Maupassant, G. de 
Baptism of Dobsho. Bierce, A. 
Baptism of fire. Longfellow, H. W. 
Bar light-house. Freeman, M. E. W. 
Bar sinister. Davis, Richard H. 
Barba Stathi. Dragoumis, J. D. 

Barbara, pseud. See Wright, Mabel Osgood 
Barbara Golding. Parker, G. 
Barbara, of the house of Grebe. Flardy, T. 
Barbarossa. Heyse, P. 
Barbauld, Mrs, Anna Laetitia, 1743- 1825 
Eyes and no eyes. See Aiken, J., and 

Barbauld, A. L. 
Order and disorder 

In Edgeworth, M. Waste not, want not 
Traveller's wonders. See Aiken, J., and 
Barbauld, A. L. 
Bargain. Maartens, M. 
Bargain with Pegleg. Norris, F. 
Barham, Richard Harris (Thomas Ingolds- 
by, pseud.) 1788- 1845 
Jerry Jarvis' wig 

In Johnson, R. Little classics v 4 
Barjarvel's civit of hare. Janvier, T. A. 
Barker's luck. Harte, B. 
Barlow, Jane, 1860- 
Lost recruit 
In Stories by English authors, Ireland 
Barney Brian's monument. MacManus, S. 
Barnc}' Roddy's penance. MacManus, S. 
Barny O'Reirdon, the navigator. Lover, S. 
Baron de Trenck. Robert, C. 
Baron de Ville. See Train, A. C. Extra- 
ordinary adventures of Baron de Ville 
Baron of Beaugard. Parker, G. 
Baron St. Gio. Hogg, J. 
Baroness. Maupassant, G. de 
Baron's daughter. Mitford, M. R. 
Baron's gloves. Alcott, L. M. 
Baron's <iuarry. Castle, E. 
Barr, Robert, 1850- 
Alpine divorce 

In Eng Illust 11: 77 
Archbishop's Christmas gift 

In McClure 10: 143 
Bombshell 

In Canad M 36: 106 
Case of fever 

In In a steamer chair 
Case of the Bronson patent 

In Canad M 34: 507 
Christmas picture 

In Idler 6: 521 
Countess decides 

In Woman wins 
Deal on 'change 

In Eng Illust 12 no 1:77 
]\TcClure 3: 436 
Deputation to the king 

In McClure 18:232 
Extra turn 

In Am M 68:604 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Barr, RoheTt—Coittiiuicd. 
Gift of Abncr Grice 
/;; McClurc 1 1 : 433 
Great Mogul 

III Woman wins 
Heralds of fame 

III One day's courtship 
Hour and the man 
/)( Eng lllust II : 1139 
McClure 5: 45 
How Finlay McGillis held tlie pier 

111 Canad M 42: 267 
How the captain got his steamer out 

In In a steamer chair 
In a steamer chair 

III In a steamer chair 
In the midst of alarms 

/;; Lippinc 52: 131 
International row 

III In a steamer chair 
Invitation 

/;/ Belgravia 93: 114 
King a-begging 
/;; Cur Lit 33: 3I4 
McClure 16: 305 
King dines 

III Harp W 46: 566 
King's gold 
/;/ Idler 19: 414 
McClure 17: 122 
King's visit 

III McClure 17: 534 
Ladies' man 

In In a steamer chair 
Lady Eleanor: lawbreaker 

In Lady Eleanor: lawbreaker 
Lady Gwendolen episode 

In Canad M 14: 513 
Long distance telephone 

In Woman wins 
Magnetic attraction 

In Woman wins 
Man tights best in his own township 

/;; McClure 9: 928 
Man who was not on the passenger list 

In In a steamer chair 
Matter of motives 
In Woman wins 
Millionaire's opportunity 

In Woman wins 
Miss McMillan 

In In a steamer chair 
Mrs. Tremain 

In In a steamer chair 
My stowaway 

In In a steamer chair 
Nee Corrigan 

In Canad M 40: 533 
On the housetop 
In Woman wins 
Canad M 15: 363 
One day's courtship 

In One day's courtship 
Out of Thun 

In McClure 7: 136 
Pasha's prisoner 

In McClure 15: 35 
i'urser's story 

]n In a steanu r chair 



Romance of the middle ages 

III Woman wins 
Scrap of history 

In Canad M 15: 160 
Secret cypher 

In Woman wins 
Share and share alike 

In In a steamer chair 
Sixth bench 

In Idler 2: 78 
Story for the reformation of poker players 

In In a steamer chair 
Story of the second brother 

/;; Booklover's M 5: 107 
Telegraph message 
In Woman wins 
Temporary insanity 

III Woman wins 
Terrible experience of I'lodkins 
/;; In a steamer chair 
Idler 1 : 159 
Three expert cyclists 
/;; Canad M 13: 64 
Two of a kind 

In Idler 5: M/ 
Two of a trade 

/;; Woman wins 
Type-written letter 
In McClure 2: 445 
Unjust accusation 

In McClure 10: 47 
Voice in the air 

In Woman wins 
Watermead affair 
In Watermead affair 
Idler 28: 435 
Where ignorance is bliss 

/;; McClure 4: 455 
W'hich was the murderer? 

In Eng lllust 11: 269 
Within an ace of the end of the world 
/;; McClure 14: 545 
Barrack homesickness. Daudet, A. 
Barrie, James Matthew, 1860- 
Auld licht kirk 

/;; Auld liclu idyls 
Auld licht manse 

In Auld licht manse 
Auld lichts in arms 

/;; Auld licht idyls 
Better dead 

In Better dead 
Biggest box in the world 
In Auld licht manse 
Tillyloss scandal 
Captain of the school 
III Tillyloss scandal 
Courting of T'nowhead's Bell 
In Auld licht idyls 

Mabie, H. W.. and Strachey, L. Lit- 
tle masterpieces of fiction v. 7 
Stories by English authors, Scotland 
Cree Queery and Mysy Drolly 

In Auld licht idyls 
Dairt Lunan's political reminiscences 

/;/ Auld licht idyls 
Dite Deuchars 

/)/ Auld liclit manse 
Tillyloss scandal 



INDEX: TO SHORT STORIKS 



23 



Family honor 

In Two of them 
Fox-terrier "Frisky" 

In Auld licht manse 
Two of them 
Gilray's flower-pot 

In Patten, W. International short sto- 
ries V 2 
How Gavin Birse put it to Mag Lowrie 

In Tillyloss scandal 
Window in Thrums 
Cody, S. Selection from the world's 
greatest short stories 
Inconsiderate waiter 

In Two of them 

Stories by English authors, London 
Invalid in lodgings 

In Auld licht manse 
Tillyloss scandal 
Is it a man 

In Two of them 
It 

In Tillyloss scandal 
Janet and the minister 

In Auld licht manse 
Janet's curiosity 

In Auld licht manse 
Jess 

In Jess 
Lads and lassies 

In Auld licht idyls 
Lady's shoe 

In Two of them / 

Life in a country manse ' 

In Tillyloss scandal 
Literary club 

In Auld licht idyls 
Little Rathie's "bural" 

In Auld licht idyls 
Lizzie's wedding 

In Auld licht manse 
Mending the clock 

In Auld licht manse 
Tillyloss scandal 
Minister's gown 

In Tillyloss scandal 
My brother Henry 

In Patten, W. International short sto- 
ries V 2 
My husband's book 

In Auld licht manse 
Two of them 
My lady Nicotine 

In Better dead 
Ndintpile Pont? 

In Auld licht manse 
Old dominie 

In Auld licht idyls 
Our new servant 

In Auld licht manse 
Two of them 
Post on wheels 

In Auld licht manse 
Powerful drug 

In Tillyloss scandal 
Reminiscences of an umbrella 

In Auld licht manse 
Two of them 
School house 

In Auld licht idyls 



Teacher M'Queen 

In Auld licht idlys 
Thrums 

In Auld licht idyls 
Tillyloss scandal 
In Tillyloss scandal 

Good Words 31: 29, 100 
T'nowhead's Bell. See Barrie, J. M. Court- 
ing of T'nowhead's P.cll 
Two of them 

/?^ T\i'o of , them " 
Very old family 

In Auld licht idyls 
Was it a watch? 

In Two of them 
Window in Thrums 

In Window in Thrums 
Barring out, or Party spirit. Edgeworth, M. 
Barring the way. Bland, E. "N. 
Bart Harrington, genius. Jordan, E. G. 
Bartek the victor. Sienkiewicz, H. 
Bartered birthright. Magruder, J. 
Barum West's extravaganza. Bates, A. 
Bascom place. See Harris, J. C. Old Bascom 

place 
Base ingratitude of Barkis, M. D. Bangs, 

Basement. Mitchell, D. G. 
Basement story. Eggleston, E. 
Basket maker. Austin, M. H. 
Basket of Anita. Stetson, G. E. C. 
Basket woman. First story. Austin, M. H. 
Basket woman. Second story. Austin, M. H. 
Basket woman. Edgeworth, M. 
Batard. London, J. 
Bates, Arlo, 1850- 
Afternoon tea 

In In the bundle of time 
Amateur photographer 

In In the bundle of time 
Amateur rehearsal 

In In the bundle of time 
April's lady 

In Book o' nine tales 
Cent 31: 872 
Barum West's extravaganza 
In Book o' nine tales 
Scrib M 4: 631 
Business meeting 

In Book o' nine tales 
Chamber over the gate 

In In the bundle of time 
Comedy in crape 

In Intoxicated ghost 
Crime against beauty 

In Atlan 92:661 
Cuban morning 

In Book o' nine tales 
Delia Grimwet 
In Book o' nine tales 
Lippinc 32: 264 
Dr. Polnitzski 

In Intoxicated ghost 
Episode in a mask 

In Book o' nine tales 
Evening at whist 

/«_Book o' nine tales 
Fishing-party 
In In the bundle of time 



24 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Bates, ATlo—Coiirnutcci 
Franklin's adventure 

111 In the bundle of time 
Gipsy George 

In Atlan loo: 473 
In Mary Jane's house 

Jn In the bundle of time 
In the jury-room 

III In the bundle of time 
In the \'irginia room 
In Intoxicated ghost 
Cent 70: 227 
Interrupted proposal 

In Ladies' H J 23: F p 10 
Intoxicated ghost 
In Intoxicated ghost 
Cent 46: 393 
John Vantine 

In Book o' nine tales 
Knitters in the sun 

In Intoxicated ghost 
Lesson in natural history 

In In the bundle of time 
Man who committed bigamy 

In In the bundle of time 
Meeting of the Psychical club 

In Intoxicated ghost 
Mere Marchette 
In Book o' nine tales 
Cent 40: 244 
Miss Gaylord and Jenny 
In Intoxicated ghost 
Atlan 94:835 
Miss Jane 

In In the bundle of time 
Mrs. Fruffles is at home 

In Book o' nine tales 
One class day 

In In the bundle of time 
One morning in spring 

In In the bundle of time 
Political dinner 

In In the bundle of time 
Problem in portraiture 
In Intoxicated ghost 
Scrib M 6:623 
Radiator 

In Book o' nine tales 
Reading-lesson 

In In the bundle of time 
Saucy Betty Mork 
In Book o' nine tales 
Lippinc 32: 616 
Sketch in umber 

In Book o' nine tales 
Lippinc 40: 744 
Strange idyl 

In Book o' nine tales 
"Such sweet sorrow" 

In Book o' nine talcs 
Summer comedy 

In In the bundle of time 
Tanjsar tiger 

In In tlie l)un(llr of time 
Thirteen 

/;/ Book o' nine talcs 
Tim Calligan's gravc-monej' 

In Intoxicated ghost 
Tuberose 

In Book o' nine talcs 



Witch of Harpswell 
In In tlic bundle of time 
Cosmopol 2: 69 
Yes — and no 

In In the bundle of time 
Bath. Zola, E. 

Battle-cruise of the Svend Foyn. Con- 
nolly, J. B. 
Battle-ground. Singmaster, E. 
Battle of Aiken. Morris, G. 
Battle of Bunkcrloo. P.ishop, \\'. TL 
Battle of Churubusco. Janvier, T. A. 
Battle of life. Dickens, C. 
Battle of Pere-Lachaise. Daudet, A. 
Battle of the tliird cousins. Stockton, F. R. 
Battle of Waterloo. Kielland, A. L. 
Baumbach, Rudolf, 1840-1905 
F,gyptian hre-cater 
In Stories by foreign authors, German 
V I 
Baxter's Procrustes. Chcsnutt, C. W. 
Bayard of Broadway. Bacon, J. D. 
Bayou I'Ombre. King, G. F,. 
Bazaar djulip. See Kipling, R. Smith ad- 
ministration 
Bazin, Rene, i. e. Frangois Nicholas Marie 
Rene, 1853- 
Birds in the letter-box 

In Patten, W. International short stor- 
ies V 3 
Blue mare 

In Ink-stain 
Diplomat 

In Marriage of Mile. Gimcl 
Gray pippin 

In Liv Age 229: 133 
Ink-stain 

/;; Ink-stain 
Letter-box 

III Outlook 64: 543 
Little sisters of the poor 

In Marriage of Mile. Gimcl 
Man that brought the river 

In Ink-stain 
Marriage of Mademoiselle Gimel 

In Marriage of Mile. Gimel 
Nurse Perrette 

In Brooks, W. Stories from four lan- 
guages 
Post-box 

In Ink-stain 
Raphael of Monsieur Prunelicr 

In Mariage of Mile. Gimel 
Return; a Christmas story 

In Liv Age 219: 803 
Two ma}'ors 

/;; Liv Age 228: 520 
Two sorrows 
In Ink-stain 
Will of old Chogne 

In Marriage of Mile. Gimcl 
Willow taper 
In Ink-stain 
Wolf's widow 
In Ink-stain 
Be thou lilessfd. Sienkiewic/. IT. 
Beach of Falesa. Sfevonson. R. L. 
Beacon. Mitford. M. R. 
Beadle and martyr. Crockett. S. R. 
Bear at home. Vorse, M. II. 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



25 



Bear-hunt. Tolstoi, L. N. 

Bear hunter. Bjornson, B. 

Bear that became a prince, Loomis, C. B. 

Bearer of burdens. Zangwill, I. 

Beast in the junprle. James, H. 

Beast of the deepest woods. Pratt, L. 

Beat t' harbour. Duncan, N. 

Beatrice. Heyse, P. 

Beatrice Merger. Thackeray, W. M. 

Beau. Dyar, M. 

Beau of 'Arriette. Earle. ]\I. T. 

Beaucaire diligence. Daudet, A. 

Beaumont, Mary 

Revenge of her race 

In Stories by English authors, Orient 
Beauport loup-garou. Catherwood, M. H. 
Beautiful graveyard. Long, J. L. 
Beautiful lady. Tarkington, B. 
Beautiful man of Pingalap. Osbournc, L. 
Beauty and the beast. Perrault, C. 
Beauty and the beast (adapted). Scuddcr, 

H. E. 
Beauty and the beast. Taylor, B. 
Beauty and the beast. Willis, N. P. 
Beauty and the beast. Wyatt, E. F. 
Beauty culture at St. Katharine's. Sec Jor- 
dan, E. G. I introduce beauty culture 
"Beauty" Kerrigan. Davis, C. B. 
Beauty of the village. Mitford, M. R. 
Beauty of Vicq d'Azyr. Ouida 
Beauty spot. Musset, A. de 
Beauty's portmanteau. Le Gallienne, R. 
Beaver lights. Catherwrood, M. 11. 
Becasse. Chambers, R. W. 
Because a woman wills. Cutting, ]\I. S. 
Beckwith's fairy. Hewlett, M. H. 
Becquer, Gustavo Adolfo, 1836-1870 
Maese Perez, the organist 

//; IMaupassant. G. de, and others. Mod- 
ern ghosts 
Organist 

In Stories by foreign authors, Spanish 
Bed. Maupassant, G. de 
Bed 29. Maupassant, G. de 
Bedford-row conspiracy. Thackeray ,W. M. 
Bee-man of Orn. Stockton, F. R. 
Bee, the harp, the mouse and the bum- 
clock. MacManus, S. 
Bee-tree. Kirkland, C. ls\. S. 
Beers, Henry Augustin, 1847- 
vSplit zephyr. 
In Stories by American authors v 8 
Cent 26: 273 
Becsley's Christmas party. Tarkington, B. 
Beetle hunter. Doyle, A. C. 
Beetrus. Catherwood, M. H. 
Before his door. Hibbard, G. A. 
Before midnight. See Futrellc, J. Opera 

box 
Before the break of day. Matthews, J. B. 
Before the low green door. Garland, H. 
Before the supreme court. Hearn L 
Beggar. Chekhov, A. P. 
Beggar. Maupassant, G. de 
Beggar at your gate. Davis. C. B. 
Beggar girl of the Pont des arts. Haufif. W. 
Beggar's Christmas. Wyatt, E. F. 
Beggars under the bush. Van Dyke H 
Beginning and end. Heyse, P. J. E.' 



Beginning of the Armadillos. Kipling, K. 

Beginning the New Year. Bennett, E. A. 

Beguiling of Peter Griggs. Smith, F. II. 

Behind the shade. Morrison, A. 

Behind the Singer tower. Gather, W. S. 

Behind the times. Doyle, A. C. 

Behind the white brick. Burnett, Iv H. 

Being detectives. Bland, E. N. 

Being the contribution of Mr. Bc<Iford 

Parke. Bangs, J. K. 
Belated travellers. Irving, W. 
P>eldonald Holbein. James, H. 
Belford races. Mitford, M. R. 
Belhomme's beast. Maupassant, G. de 
Belisaire's Prussian. Daudet, A. 
"Bell." Maupassant, G. de 
Bell of St. Basil's. Ward, E. S. P. 
Bellaford. Phillpotts, E. 
Belle Amour. See Parker, G. Pilot of 

Belle Amour 
Bellamy, Edward, 1850- 1898 
At Pinney's ranch 

In Blind man's world 
Atlan 60: 777 
Blind man's world 
/;; Blind man's world 
Atlan 58: 693 
Cold snap 

In Blind man's world 
Scrib o s 10: 619 
Deserted 

In Blind man's world 

Lippinc 22: 612 

Dr. Heidenhoff's process 

In Dr. Heidenhofif's process 
Echo of Antietam 

In Blind man's world 
Cent 38:374 
Hooking water melon 

In Blind man's world 
Lost 
In Blind man's world 

Stories by American authors v 7 
Scrib o s 15: 219 
Love story reversed 
In Blind man's world 
Cent 36: 26 
Old folks' party 

In Blind man's world 
Scrib o s II : 660 
Positive romance 

In Blind man's world 
Cent 38:625 
Pott's painless cure 
In Blind man's world 
Scrib o s 17: 587 
Six to one; a Nantucket idyl 

In Six to one 

Summer evening dream 

In Blind man's world 

To whom this may come 

Li Blind man's world 

Harper 78: 458 

Two days' solitary imprisonment 

In Blind man's world 

With the eyes shut 

In Blind man's world 

Harper 79: 7^6 

Belle-Nivernaise. Daudet, A. 

Belle of Athabasca. Warman, C. 



26 



NDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Belle of Canada citj'. Harte, B. 
Belle of St. Valerien. Harris, J. C. 
Bcllerophon at Argos. Morris, W. 
Bellerophon in Lycia. Morris, W. 
Belles demoiselles plantation. Cable, G. W. 
Bellflower. See Maupassant. G. de. Clo- 

chette 
Bellringer of Angels. Ilarte, H. 
Bell's biography. Hawthorne, N. 
Belonging to the third order. Jordan, K. G. 
Beloved. Stetson, G. E. C. 
Below the mill dam. Kipling, R. 
Belsnickel. Singmaster, E. 
Ben. Osbourne, L. 
Bench of desolation. James, H. 
Benefit of the doubt. London, J. 
Benefit performance. Jacobs, W. W. 
Benevolent frog. Perrault, C. 
Bcnigna. Auerbach, B. 

Benjamin, P. 

End of New York 

In Stories by American authors v 5 
Benjamin Franklin. Sec Hawthorne, X. 

Biographical stories 
Benjamin Parrot's fancy. Keats, G. 
Benjamin West. See Hawthorne, N. Bio- 
graphical stories 
Benjamin's mess. Phillpotts, E. 
Benje's eulogy. Dyar, M. 

Bennett, Enoch Arnold, 1867- 
lialiy's bath 
III Grim smile of the Five Towns 
Matador of the Five Towns 
Am M 73: 411 
Beginning the New Year 
In Grim smile of the Five Towns 
Matador of the Five Towns 
Burglary 

In Grim smile of the Five Towns 
Clarice of the autumn concerts 
In Tales of the Five Towns 
Death of Simon Fuge 
In Grim smile of the Five Towns 
Matador of the Five Towns 
Dog 
In Matador of the Five Towns 
Tales of the Five Towns 
Elixir of youth 
In Matador of the Five Towns 
Tales of the Five Towns 
Feud in the Five Towns 
In Matador of the Five Towns 
Tales of the Five Towns 
Liv Age 234: 202 
From one generation to another 
In Grim smile of the Five Towns 
Matador of the Five Towns 
McClure 35: 249 
His worship the goose-driver 
In Matador of the Five Towns 
Tales of the Five Towns 
Honeymoon, a comedy 

In McClure 36: 501, 608 
Hungarian rhapsody 

In Tales of the I'ive Towns 
Idiot 
In Matador of the Five Towns 
Talcs of the Five Towns 



In a new bottle 

III Grim smile of the Five Towns 
Jock-at-a-venture 

In Matador of the Five Towns 
Am M 73: 263 
Letter home 

/;; Tales of the Five Towns 
Lion's share 

In Grim smile of the Five Towns 
Matador of the Five Towns 
Mary with the high hand 

/;/ Tales of the Five Towns 
IMatador of the Five Towns 

In Matador of the Five Towns 
Mimi 

In Matador of the Five Towns 
]\Iurder of the mandarin 

/;; Grim smile of the Five Towns 
IMatador of the Five Towns 
News of the engagement 

In Grim smile of the Five Towns 
Nineteenth hat 

In Grim smile of the Five Towns 
McClure 35: 5i 
Nocturne at the Majestic 

/;; Matador of the Five Towns 
Tales of the Five Towns 
Phantom 

In Tales of the Five Towns 
Silent brothers 

In Grim smile of the Five Towns 
Matador of the Five Towns 
Sisters Qita 

/;; Tales of the Five Towns 
Tiddy-fol-lol 

In Tales of the Five Towns 
Vera's first Christmas adventure 

In Grim smile of the Five Towns 
Vera's second Christmas adventure 

In Grim smile of the Five Towns 
Bcnoist. Sec Maupassant, G. de. Martine 
Benson, Edward Frederic, 1867- 
Alliance of laughter 

III Scrib M 32: 665 
At Abdul Ali's grave 

III Room in the tower 
At King's Cross station 

In Double overture 
Autumn and love 

In Double overture 
Between the lights 

In Room in the tower 
Blue stripe 

In Double overture 
Bus-conductor 

In Room in the tower 
Carrington 

In Double overture 
Cat 

In Room in the tower 
Caterpillars 

III Room in the tower 
Confession of Charles Linkworth 

In Room in the tower 
Death of Demetri 

//( Cosmopolis 8:305 
Death warrant 

In Double overture 
Defeat of Lady Grantham 

In Double overture 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Double overture 
In Double overture 
Room in the tower 
Dust-cloud 

In Room in the tower 
Eemme dispose 

In Lippinc 66: 313 
Garden gate 

In Canad M 41 : 191 
Gavon's eve 

/;; Room in the tower 
House witli the brick-kiln 

/;; Room in the tower 
How fear departed from the long gallery 

In Room in the tower 
Jack and Poll 

In Double overture 
Like a grammarian 

In Double overture 
Man who went too far 
In Room in the tower 
Middleman 

In Lippinc 91 : 720 
Mrs. Naseby's denial 

In Longman's 23:271 
Once 

III Double overture 
Other bed 

In Room in the tower 
Outside the door 

In Room in the tower 
Poor Miss Huntington 

/;; Double overture 
Room in the tower 

In Room in the tower 
Shootings of Achnaleish 
/;/ Room in tlie tower 
Lippinc 78: 626 
Sound of the grinding 

In Double overture 
Terror by night 

In Room in the tower 
Thing in the hall 
In Room in the tower 
Canad M 42: 436 
Three old ladies 

In Double overture 
Tragedy of a green totem 

In Double overture 
Two days after 

In Double overture 
Winter morning 

In Double overture 
Zoo 
In Double overture 
Bent twig. Kelly, M. 
Beppe, the star-gazer. Hevse. P. J. L. 
Bequest. Jacobs, W. W. ' 
Bereaved. Verga, G. 
Bereavement. Donnell, A. H. 
Berenice. Poe, E. A. 
Bergs0e, J. W. 
Amputated arms 
In Hawthorne, J. Library mystery and 
detective stories, German, etc. 
Bertha. Maupassant, G. de 
Bertha. Sigourney, L. H. 
Bertha's debut. Peattie, E. W. 
Berthold the madman. Hoffmann, E. T. W 
Bertran and Bimi. Kipling, R. 



Besant, Sir Walter, 1836-1901 
Le chien d'or 

In 'Twas in Trafalgar's bay 
Doll's house — and after 

In Eng Illust 7: 315 
Equal woman 

In In deacon's orders 
Even with this 

In Liv Age 164: 139 
Eive years' tryst 

In Five years' tryst 
Glorious fortune 

In Uncle Jack 

All the Year 52: supp i 
In deacon's orders 

In In deacon's orders 
In three weeks 

In In deacon's orders 
Idler 5: 115 
Indian summer 

In Five years' tryst 
Kerb and gutter 

In Five years' tryst 
King David's friend 

In In deacon's orders 
Last mass 

In Harper 78: 3 
Limner's romance 

In Five years' tryst 
Long game 

In Five years' tryst 
Luck of the Susan Bell 

/» Five years' tryst 
Married beneath him 

In Five years' tryst 
Memory cell 

In Five years' tryst 
Night with Tantalus 

In In deacon's orders 
One and two 

In In deacon's orders 
Peer and heiress 

In In deacon's orders 
Quarantine Island 

In In deacon's orders 

Stories by English authors, The sea 
Shepherds all and maidens fair 

In 'Twas in Trafalgar's bay 
Short way 

In Five years' tryst 
Shrinking shoe 

In In deacon's orders 
Sky-rocket 

In Five years' tryst 
Solid gold reef company, limited 

In In deacon's orders 
Such ^ a good man 

J'n 'Twas in Trafalgar's bay 
To the third and fourth generation 

In In deacon's orders 
'Twas in Trafalgar's bay 

In 'Twas_ in Trafalgar's bay 
Two Sophias 

In Five years' tryst 
Uncle Jack 

In Uncle Jack 
Besant, Sir Walter, 1836-1901, and Pollock 

Walter Herries, 1850- 
Sir Jocelyn's cap 

In Besant, W. Uncle Jack 
Longman's 5: 156, 269 



28 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Besant, Sir Walter. 1 836-1901, and Rice, 
James, 1844- 1882 
Case of Mr. Lucraft 

In Case of Mr. Lucraft 
Death of Samuel Pickwick 

In Case of Mr. Lucraft 
Edelweiss 

In Case of Mr. Lucraft 
Lady Kitty 

In Case of Mr. Lucraft 
Love finds the way 

In Case of Mr. Lucraft 
My own experience 

In Case of Mr. Lucraft 
Mystery of Joe Morgan 

In Case of IMr. Lucraft 
Old four-poster 

In Case of Mr. Lucraft 
Old, old story 

In Case of "Sir. Lucraft 
On the Goodwin 

In Case of IMr. Lucraft 
Titania's farewell 

In Case of IMr. Lucraft 
When the ship comes home 
In When the ship comes home 
Besetment of Kurt Lieders. Thanet, O. 
Beside a dead man. See Maupassant, G. de. 

Beside Schopenhauer's corpse. 
Beside Schopenhauer's corpse. Maupassant, 

G. de. 
Bessie's mother. French, AW 
Bessy's troubles at home. Gaskell, E. U. 
Best-laid schemes. Spofiford, H. P. 
Best man. Morris, G. 
Best man. Wharton, E. 
Best of a bad job. Duncan, N. 
Best of three falls. Phillpotts, E. 
Best seller. Henry, O. 
Bethlehem's children. Lagerlof, S. 
Bethulah. Zangwill, I. 
Betrayal of confidence. Kipling, R. 
Betrayed by a button. King, C. 
Better dead. Barrie, J. M. 
Better times. Kirk, E. O. 
Better treasure. Andrews, M. R. S. 
Betty and Thanksgiving. Spofford, H. 1. 
Betty Barnes, the cook. Lang, A. 
Betty Bethune. Hopkins, W. J. 
Betty Leicester's Christmas. Jewett, S. O. 
Betty Leicester's English Christmas. Jewett, 

S. O. 
Betty's bright idea. Stowe, H. B. 
Betty's Virginia Christmas. Seawell, M. E. 
Between darkness and dawn. Jordan, E. G. 
Between mass and vespers. Jewett, S. O. 
Between rounds. Henry, O. 
Between Scylla and Charybdis. French, 

A- W. ^^ ^^ 

Between sea and sky. Boyesen, H. 11. 
Between shipmates. Connolly, J. B. 
Between showers in Dort. Smith, F. H. 
Between the lights. Benson, E. F. 
Between the lights. Gibbon, P. 
Between the lines. Loomis, C. B. 
Betwixt and between. Bishop, W. II. 
Beverly's bear killing. Janvier, T. A. 
Beverly's benevolent hairpin reclamation so- 
ciety. Janvier, T. A. 
Beverly's bomb synchronizer. Janvier, T. A. 



Beverly's circulating cattery. Janvier, T. A. 
Beverly's egg pedigree and dating machine. 

Janvier, T. A. . 

Beverly's pneumatic cat silencer. Janvier, 

T. A. ^ ^ 

Beverly's protective mechanical goat. Jan- 
vier, T. A. 
Bewildered president. Thanet, O. 
Bewitched ball-sticks. Craddock, C. E. 
Bewitched fiddle. MacManus, S. 
Bewitched huntsman. Harris, J. C. 
Bexar script no. 2692. Henry, O. 
Beyond. Trask, K. N. 
Beyond the city. Doyle, A. C. 
Beyond the gates. Ward, E. S. P. 
Beyond the limit. Thanet, O. 
Beyond the pale. Kipling, R. 
Beyond the wall. Bierce, A. 
Bianca. Norris, W. E. 
Bible 

Book of Ruth o T. 1 £ 

III Jcsup, A., and Canby, H. S. Book of 
the short story 
Bible dream. Donnell, A. H. 
Bierce, Ambrose, 1842- 
Adventure at Brownville 

In Works v 2 
Affair at Coulter's Notch 

III Works V 2 
Affair of outposts 

/;; Works v 2 
Applicant 

In Works v 2 
Arrest 

In Works v 3 

Cosmopol 42:622 
Baby tramp 

In Works v 3 
Baffled ambuscade 

In Works v 3 
Baptism of Dobsho 

In Works v 8 

Beyond the wall 

In Works v 3 

Cosmopol 44: 185 
Boarded window 

In Works v 2 
Bottomless grave 

In Works v 8 
Captain of "The Camel" 

In Works v 8 " 
Cargo of cat 

In Works v 8 
Charles Ashmore's trail 

/;( Works v 3 
Chickamauga 

In Works v i 
City of the Gone Away 

In \\orks v 8 
Cold greeting 

In Works v 3 
Corrupting the press 

In Works v 8 
Coup de grace 

In Works v 2 
Curried cow 

In Works v 8 
Damned thing 
In Works v 3 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



29 



Death of Halpin Eraser 

/;; Works v 3 
Diagnosis of death 

In Works v 3 
Difficulty of crossing a field 

In Works v 3 
Eyes of the panther 

In Works v 2 
Eailure of Elope & Wandel 

In Works v 8 
Famous Gilson bequest 

In Works v 2 
For the Ahkoond 

In Works v i 
Fruitless assignment 

In Works v 3 
George Thurston 

In Works v 2 
Haiti the shepherd 

In Works v 3 
Haunted valley 

In Works v 3 
Holy terror 

In Works v 2 
Horseman in the sky 

In Works v 2 
Cur Lit 47:343 
Hypnotist 

In Works v <S 
Imperfect conflagration 

In Works v 8 
Inhabitant of Carcosa 

In Works v 3 
Isle of Pines 

In Works v 3 
John Bartine's watch 

In Works v 3 
John Mortonson's funeral 

In Works v 3 
Jug of sirup 

In Works v 3 
Killed at Resaca 

In Works v 2 
Lady from Red Horse 

In Works v 2 
Land beyond the blow 

In Works v i 
Little story 

In Works v 8 
Major's tale 

In Works v 8 
Man 

In Cosmopol 45: 405 
Man and the snake 

In Works v 2 
Man out of the nose 

In Works v 2 
Man overboard 

In Works v 8 
]\Ian with two lives 

In Works v 3 

Cosmopol 42: 618 
Messrs. Jonnice, Peters, Gipple and Brily 

In Cosmopol 46: 119 
Middle toe of the right foot 

In Works v 3 
Mr. Masthead, journalist 

In Works v 8 
Mr. Swiddler's flip-flap 

In Works v 8 



Mocking-bird 

In Works v 2 
Moonlit road 
In Works v 3 

Cosmopol 42: 334 
Moxon's master 
In Works v 3 
My favorite murder 

In Works v 8 
Night-doings at "Deadman's" 

In Works v 3 
Occurrence at Owl Creek bridge 

In Works v 2 
Oil of dog 

In Works v 8 
Old man Eckert's 

In Works v 3 
One kind of officer 

In Works v 2 
One of the missing 

In Works v 2 
One of twins 

In Works v 3 
One officer, one man 

In Works v 2 
One summer night 

In Works v 3 
Other lodgers 
In Works v 3 

Cosmopol 43: 445 
Parker Anderson, philosopher 

In Works v 2 
Perry Chumly's eclipse 

In Works v 8 
Present at a hanging 

In Works v 3 
Providential invitation 

In Works v 8 
Psychological shipwreck 

In Works v 3 
Race at Left Bower 

In Works v 8 
Realm of the unreal 

In Works v 3 
Resumed identity 

In Works v 3 
Revolt of the gods 

In Works v 8 
Secret of Macarger's Gulch 

In Works v 3 
Shipwreckollection 

In Works v 8 
Son of the gods 
In Works v 2 
Spook house 

In Works v 3 
Staley Fleming's hallucination 

In Works v 3 
Story of a conscience 

In Works v 2 
Stranger 

In ^yorks v 3 

Cosmopol 46: 350 
Suitable surroundings 

In Works v 2 

Thing at Nolan 

In Works v 3 

Three and one are one 

/;/. Works v 3 

Cosmopol 45: 550 



30 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Bierce, Ambrose —Conliniicd. 
Tough tussle 

In Works v 3 
Two military executions 

In Works v 3 

Unfinished work 

In Works v 3 

Vine on a house 

In Works v 3 

Cosmopol 42: 617 
Watcher by the dead 

In Works v 2 
What may happen along a road 

In Cosmopol 42:223 , ^ . 
Why I am not editing "The btinger 

In Works v 8 
Widower Turmorc 

In Works v 8 

Wireless message 

In Works v 3 

Cosmopol 42: 621 
Big Bateese. Andrews, M. R. S. 
Big Bow mystery. Zangwill, I. 
Big Brierly. Conrad, J. 
Big drunk draf . Kipling, R. 
Big gravel screen. Strindberg, A. 
Big Hans and little Hans. Boyesen, H. H. 
Big Jim. Mascfield, J. 
Big Michu. Zola, E. 
Big Mike Abranis. Lewis, A. H. 
Big sister Solly. Freeman, M. E. W. 
Big Thursday. Singmaster, E. 
Biggest box in the world. Barrie, J. M. 
Bigolino, the Calabrian, plays a trick upon 

the Bishop of Reggio. Bandello, M. 
Bigot. Page, T. N. 
Bikelas, Demetrios, 1835-1908 
At the oculist's 

In Tales from the ^gean 
Memory 

In Tales from the /Egcan 
Pappas Narkissos 

In Tales from the ^gean 
Philip Marthas 

In Talcs from the /Egean 
Plain sister 

In Tales from the ^gean 

Stories by foreign authors, Polish. 
Priest's tale 

/h Tales from the yEgean 
Two brothers 

In Tales from the /F-gean 
Why I am still a lawyer 
In Talcs from the ^gean 
Bikey the skicycle. Bangs, J. K. _ 
Bill Connors of the Osagcs. Lewis, A. 11. 
Bill Hoskins's coon. Lewis, A. H. 
Bill Paper chase. Jacobs, W. W. 
Bill, the lokil editor. Field, E. 
Bill the trapper. Andrews, M. R. S. 
Billiam. Crockett, S. R. 
Billington's valentine. Page, T. N. 
Billop mystery. Hawthorne, J. 
Bills. Phillpotts, E. 
Bill's lapse. Jacobs, W. W. 
Bills, M. D. Bangs, J. K. 
Billy and Susy. Freeman, M. E. W. 
Billy Baxter. MacManus, S. 
Billy Baxter's holiday. MacAIanus, S. 



Billy-Boy. Long, J. L. 

Billy Lappin's search for a fortune. Mac- 
Manus, S. 
Billy's tearless woe. Remington, !•. 
Billy's tenderfoot. White, S. E. 
Bim. See Stockton, F. R. Castle of Bim 
Binding of the hair. Yeats, W. B. 
Biographical stories. Hawthorne, N. 
Biography of an ''inefficient." Crockett, S. R. 
Biography of Peter Parkinson. Phillpotts, E. 
Bird in the bush. Gcrould, K. F. 
Bird of Bagdad. Henry, O. 
Bird of passage. See Harraden, B. Bird on 

its journey 
Bird on its journey. Flarraden, B. 
Bird's Christmas carol. Wiggin, K. D. 
Birds in the letter-box. Bazin, R. 
Birds of a feather. Long, J. L. 
Birthday. Spofford, H. P. 
Birthday of the Infanta. Wilde, O. 
Birthday present. Edgeworth, M. 
Birthmark. Hawthorne, N. 
Birthplace. James, H. 
Biryuk. See Turgenev, I. S. Wolf 
Bisara of Pooree. Kipling, R. 
Biscuits ex machina. Bacon, J. D. 
Bishop, William Henry, 1847- 
Battle of Bunkerloo 

In Choy Susan 
Betwixt and between 
In Brown stone boy 
Queer people 
Braxton's new art 
In Choy Susan 
Cent 28:871 
Brown stone boy 
In Brown stone boy 
Queer people 
Atlan 55:330 
Choy Susan 
In Choy Susan 
Atlan 54: I 
Christmas crime 
In Brown stone boy 
Queer people 
Dcodand 

In Choy Susan 
Domestic menagerie 
In Brown stone boy 
Queer people 
Edwin and Ardella 

In Harper loi: 193 

Jerry and Clarinda 

In Brown stone boy 

Queer people 

Harper 74: 959 

Last of the fairy wands 

In Scrib M 30:697 
Little dinner 

In Brown stone boy 
Queer people 
Cent 35: 153 
Lunch at Mc.Xrthur's 
In Brown stone l)oy 
Queer people 
Mclntyre's false face 

In Choy Susan 
Miss Calderon's German 
In Choy Susan 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



31 



Near the rose 

In Brown stone boy 

Queer people 

One of the thirty pieces 

In Choy Susan 
Pound of cure; a story of Monte Carlo 
In Pound of cure 

Scrib M 15:285, 768 
Tons of treasure. See Bishop, W. H. 

Yellow snake 
Yellow snake 
In Lippinc 42: i 
Bishop and Mrs. Allrop. Janvier, T. A. 
Bishop and the boogerman. Harris, J. C. 
Bishop of Eucalyptus. Quiller-Couch, A. T. 
Bishop of Price. Warman, C. 
Bishop's comedy. Merrick, L. 
Bishop's ghost and the printer's baby. 

Stockton, F. R. 
Bishop's missionary meeting. Gray, D. 
Bishop's silence. Andrews, M. R. S. 
Bishop's vagabond. Thanet, O. 
Bismarck dinner. White, E. O. 
Bit of human nature. Kirk, E. O. 
Bit of shore life. Jewett, S. O. 
Bit of to-day Maartens, M. 
Biter bit. Collins, W. 
Bitterness of women. Austin, IM. H. 
Bitters neat. Kipling, R. 
Bixion's portfolio. Daudet, A. 
Bjornson, Bjornstjerne, 1832-1910 
Absalom's hair 
In Novels v 8 _ 
Absalom's hair 
Arne 
In Novels v 2 
Arne 

Life by the fells and fiords 
Bear hunter 

In Bridal march 
Blakken 
In Bridal march 

Life by the fells and fiords 
Bridal march 
In Novels v 5 
Bridal march 

Life by the fells and fiords 
Brother's quarrel 

In Life by the fells and fiords 
Captain Mansana 
In Novels v 7 

Captain Mansana 
Checked imagination 

In Life by the fells and fiords 
Dangerous wooing 
In Bridal march 

Life by the fells and fiords 
Dust 
In Novels v 6 

Captain Mansana 
Eagle and the fir 

In Life by the fells and fiords 
Eagle's nest 

In Bridal march 
Happy lad 

Life by the fells and fiords 
Faithfulness. See Bjornson, B. Fidelity 
Father _ 
III Bridal march 
Happy lad 



Life by the fells and fiords 
Stories by foreign authors, Scandi- 
navian 
Chaut 69: 204 
Cur Lit 49: III 
Fidelity 
In Bridal march 

Life by the fells and fiords 
Cur Lit 49: III 
Fisher lassie 
In Novels v 3 
Arne 
Happy boy 
In Novels v 3 
Happy boy 
Life's enigma 

In Life by the fells and fiords 
J\Iother's hands 

In Novels v 7 
One day 

In Novels v 5 
Painful memory 
In Novels v 8 
Absalom's hair 
Problem of life 

In Bridal march 
Railroad and the churchyard 
In Captain jNIansana 

Life by the fells and fiords 
Goldschmidt, M. Flying mail 
Heyse, P. Fair Kate 
Stories by foreign authors, Scandi- 
navian 
Thrond 

In Bridal march 

Life by the fells and fiords 
Music 18: 142 
Black, William, 1841-1898 
Adventure in Thule 

In Adventure in Thule 
April day on the Oykel 

hi Wise women of Inverness 
Black bothy 

/;} Adventure in Thule 
Day's stalking 

In Wise women of Inverness 
Four Macnicols 
In Adventure in Thule 
Four Macnicols 
Highlands of the city 

In Lady Silverdale's sweetheart 
Lady Silverdale's sweetheart 

In Lady Silverdale's sweetheart 
Legend of a billiard club 

In Four Macnicols 
Legend of a billiard club. A sequel to 
that 
In Four Macnicols 
Magic ink 

In Good Words 33: 73 
Maid of Killeena 

In Maid of Killeena 
Man who was like Shakespeare 
In Four Macnicols 

Lady Silverdale's sweetheart 
Marriage of Moira Fergus 

In Maid of Killeena 
Penance of John Logan 
In Penance of John Logan 



32 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Black, William— Co);/nn<r(/. 
Pupil of Aurelius 
In Four Macnicols 

Lady Silverdale's sweetheart 
Queen Tita's wager 

In Stories by English authors, Germany 
Romeo and Juliet: a tale of two young 
fools 
In Penance of John Logan 
Snow idyll 
In Penance of John Logan 
Good Words 30: y^ 
Strange horse of Loch Suainabhal 
In Lady Silverdale's sweetheart 
Supernatural experiences of Patsy Cong 
In W^ise women of Inverness 
Eng Illust i: 41 
Wise women of Inverness 

In Wise women of Inverness 
Black aflfair. Jacobs, W. W. 
Black and the white. Voltaire, F. M. de A. 
Black bothy. Black, W. 
Black brothers. See Ruskin, J. King of the 

Golden river 
Black care and the horseman. Andrews, 

M. R. S. 
Black cat. Poe, E. A. 
Black cottage. Collins, W. 
Black cross. Green, A. K. 
Black doctor. See Doyle, A. C. Story of 

the black doctor 
Black dogs and the thumbless hand. Lang, 

A. 
Black drop. Deland, I\I. 
Black eyes. Alarcon, P. A. de 
Black feather. Catherwood, M. H. 
Black godmother. Galsworthy, J. 
Black Heart and White Heart; a Zulu idvll. 

Haggard, R. 
Black hole of Glenranald. Hornung, E. \\'. 
Black is white. McCutcheon, G. B. 
Black Jack. Kipling, R. 
Black mate. Conrad, J. 
Black monk. Chekhov, A. P. 
Black pawn. Duncan, N. 
Black pearl. Sardou, V. 
Black pearl. Tineau, L. de 
Black point. Woolson, C. F. 
Black poodle. Anstey, F. 
Black spaniel. Hichens, R. S. 
Black veil. Dickens, C. 
Black water. Chambers, R. W. 
Black-winged angel. Monis, V. O. 
Blackfliers. Warman, C. 
Blackgum ag'in' Thunder. Stockton, F. R. 
Blackjack bargainer. Henry, O. 
Blacky. Halevy, L. 
Blakken. Bjornson, B. 

Bland, Edith (Nesbit) (Mrs. Hubert Bland) 
1858- 
Acting for the best 

In In homespun 
Barring the way 

In In homespun 
Being detectives 

In Pall Mall M 18: 104 
Blue rose 
/" Liv Age 190: 523 
Longman's 18: 255 
Bristol bowl 
In In homespun 



Brute 

In Literary sense 
Cinderella 

In Literary sense 
Circus 

In Pall Mall M 22:324 
Coals of lire 

In In homespun 
Death-bed confession 

In In homespun 
Dick, Tom and Harry 

In Literary sense 
Duel 

In Literary sense 
Dwellers 

In McClure 32: 605 
Force of habit 

In Literary sense 

Girl with the guitar 

In Literary sense 

Grandsire Triples 

In In homespun 

Guilty 

/;; In homespun 
Her marriage lines 
In In homespun 
Holiday 

In Literary sense 
Kiss 

In Am M 63 : 601 
Lie absolute 

In Literary sense 
Lord Tottenham 

In Pall Mall M 15:51 
Love of romance 

In Literary sense 
Lover, the girl and the onlooker 

In Literary sense 
Man with the boots 
In Literarv sense 
Marble child 

In Atlan 106: 64 
Mass for the dead 

In Argosy 53:345 
Miss Eden's baby 

In Literary sense 
Miss Peckitt's pincushion 
In Liv Age 218:889 
Longman's 32: 364 
Noel's princess 

In Pall Mall M 15: i;8 
Obvious 

In Literarjr sense 
One way of love 

In In homespun 
Rounding ofif a scene 
In Literary sense 
Harp B 37: 362 
Ruby heart 

In Argosy 64: 702 
Second best 

In Literary sense 
Strange experience 

In Longmans 3: 504 
Under the new moon 

In Literary sense 
Unfaithful lover 

In Literary sense 
Waterworks. Passages in the life of Mas- 
ter Oswald Bestable 
In Liv Age 227: 506 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



33 



With a difference 

In Atlan 109: 118 
With an E 

/;; Literary sense 
Blase Billy. Jerome, J. K. 
Blasphemer. Connolly, J. B. 
Blessed deceit. Dunbar, P. L. 
Blessed mime. Hichens, R. S. 
Blicher, Steen Steenson, 1782-1848 
Hosier 

In Warner library 
Knitting-room 

In Warner library 
Rector of Blicher 
In Hawthorne, J. Library mystery and 
detective stories. German, etc. 
Blighting- of Sharkey. Doyle, A. C. 
Blind. Heyse, P. J. L. 
Blind beggar and the little red peg. Parker, 

G. 
Blind emperor. Daudet, A. 
Blind man. Maupassant, G. de 
Blind man's holiday. Henry, O. 
Blind man's world. Bellamy, E. 
Blind musician. Korolenko, V. G. 
Blink. Stuart, R. M. 
Blonde beast. Wharton, E. 
Blonde of Oxford and Jehanc of Dammartin. 

Le Gallienne, R. 
Blood apple. Peattie, E. W. 
Blood will tell. Davis, Richard H. 
Bloomer. Reade, C. 
Bloomsbury christening. Dickens, C. 
Blore manor episode. Weyman, S. J. 
Blossoms for Christmas. Spofiford, H. P. 
"Blow up with the brig." Collins, W. 
Blue and white. Maupassant, G. de 
Blue Beard (adapted-). Scudder, H. E. 
Blue Beard. See also Bluebeard 
Blue-bird weather. Chambers, R. W. 
Blue butterfly. Freeman, M. E. W. 
Blue chamber. Merimee, P. 
Blue Dave. Harris, J. C. 
Blue dress. Bacon, J. D. 
Blue eyes of Ailie. Crockett, S. R. 
Blue flower. Van Dyke, H. 
Blue grass Penelope. Harte, B. 
Blue hen's chicken. Harris, J. C. 
Blue hotel. Crane, S. 
Blue man. Catherwood, M. H. 
Blue mare. Bazin, R. 
Blue pantomime. Quiller-Couch, A. T. 
Blue rose. Bland, E. N. 
Blue stripe. Benson, E. F. 
Blue wing finds the gold powder. Strind- 

berg, A. 
Bluebeard. Perrault, C. 
Bluebeard's ghost. Thackeray, W. M. 
Bluebird's nest. Sherwood, M. P. 
Blundell's improvement. Jacobs, W. W. 
Blunt, M. 

Fate of the Georgiana 

In Stories of the sea. (Stories from 
Scribner) 
Scrib M 4: 221 
Boanerges. Quiller-Couch, A. T. 
Boarded window. Bierce, A. 
Boarder of art. Glaspell, S.^ 
Boarding-house. Dickens, C. 
Boar's Head Tavern. Brown, A. 



Boat and the baby carriage. Vorse, M. H. 
Boatswain's mate. Jacobs, W. W. 
Boatswain's watch. Jacobs, W. W. 
Bobbert's merry Christmas. Bacon, J. D. 
Bobbo. Wharton, T. 
Bobby unwelcome. Donnell, A. H. 
Bobby's return. Morris, G. 
Bob's redemption. Jacobs, W. W. 
Boccaccio de Certaldo, Giovanni, 1313-1375 
Cymon and Iphigenia 

In Decameron. Fifth day. Novel I 
Federigo Alberighi and his falcon 
Iti Decameron. Fifth day. Novel 9 

INIabie. H. W., and Strachey, L. Lit- 
tle masterpieces of fiction, v 4 
Warner library 
Melchizadeck a Jew, by a story of three 
rings, escapes a most dangerous snare, 
which Saladin has prepared for him 
In Decameron. First day. Novel 3 
Warner library 
Patient Griselda 
In Decameron. Tenth day. Novel 10 
Cody, S. Selection from the world's 

geatest short stories 
Warner library 
Tancred, Prince of Salerno 

In Decameron. Fourth day. Novel i 
Titus and Gisippus 

In Decameron. Tenth day. Novel 8 
Body and soul of Miss Azulay. Merrick, L, 
Body-birds of court. Weyman, S. J. 
Body snatcher. Stevenson, R. L. 
Boggs. See Smith, F. H. In which Boggs 

becomes dramatic 
Bogg's experience. Lewis, A. H. 
Bohemian. Kirk, E. O. 
Bohemian. O'Brien, F. 
Bohemian girl. Gather, W. S. 
Bohemian girl. Harland, H. 
Bohemians. Pushkin, A. S. [^e'^ also Meri- 

m,ee, P. tr.] 
Bohl de Fabre, Caecilia. See Caballero, Fer- 

nan, pseud. 
Boitelle. Maupassant, G. de 
Bold deserter. Harris, J. C. 
Bold dragoon, or The adventure of my 

grandmother. Irving, W. 
Bold words at the bridge. Jewett, S. O. 
Bolt from the blue. Osbourne, L. 
Bolted door. Wharton, E. 
Bombard. Maupassant, G. de 
Bombshell. Barr, R. 
Bon-bon. Foe, E. A. 

"Bon oncle d'Amerique." Janvier, T. A. 
Bonds of discipline. Kipling, R. 
Bones, the April fool of Harvey's sluice. 

Doyle, A. C. 
Bonesy. Osbourne, L. 
Bonne Manian. King, G. E. 
Bonselli's daughter. Stetson, G. E. C. 
Bony and Ban, the story of a printing ven- 
ture. Catherwood, M. H. 
Booby squire. Irving, W. 
Book-bills of Narcissus. Le Gallienne, R. 
Book for mothers. Pratt, L. 
Book of love. Brown, A. 
Book of Ruth. See Bible. Book of Ruth. 
Book sales of Mr. Peters. Bangs, J. K. 



34 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Bookbinder of Hort. Sachcr-Masocli, L. von 

Bookkeeper. Daudet, A. 

"Boom." Norris, F. 

Boom in the "Calaveras Clarion." ITarte, B. 

Boomellen. Grand, S. 

Booming of Acre Hill. Bangs, J. K. 

Boonder. Harte. B. 

Boot. Morris, G. 

Boots and his brothers. Dasent, G. W. 

Boots who ate a match with the troll. 

Dasent, G. W. 
Border ruffian. Janvier, T. A. 
Born chieftan. Boyesen, H. H. 
Born farmer. Jewctt, S. O. 
Born to good-luck. Reade, C. 

Borrow, George [Henry], 1803-1881 

Three thimbles and a pea 

In Patten, W. International short sto- 
ries v 2 
Borrowed month. Stockton, F. R. 
Borrowed sister. White, E. O. 
Borrowing a hammer. Craddock, C. E. 
Boscombe Valley mj'sterj^ Doyle, A. C. 
Bosom serpent. See Hawthorne, N. Egotism 
Boss Gorgett. Tarkington, B. 
"Boss" of Ling-foo. Ralph, J. 
Boss of the gang. Duncan, N. 
Boston massacre. Hawthorne, N. 
Bostonian. Morris, G. 
Boston's lion-hunt. Janvier, T. A. 
Boswell tours, personally conducted. Bangs, 

J. K. 
Botany Bay. Slosson, A. T. 
Both their houses. Hale, E. E. 
Bottle imp. Stevenson, R. L. 
Bottle, the half brick and the lump of chalk. 

Loomis, C. B. 
Bottom of the well. Masefield, J. 
Bottomless grave. Bierce, A. 
Boudoir boy. Hichens, R. S. 
Boule de suif. Maupassant, G. de 
Bouncing Bet. Freeman, M. E. W. 
Bound girl. P'reeman, M. E. W. 
Bouquet. Chesnutt, C. W. 

Bourget, Paul Charles Joseph, 1852- 
.'Xgc for love 

In Patten, W. International short sto- 
ries, v 3 
Andre Cornelis 

In Andre Cornelius 
.Another gambler 

In Pastels of men ser 2 

Stories by foreign authors, French 
Antigone 

In Antigone and other portraits 
Outlook 60: 604 
Attitudes 

In Monica 
Children's hearts 

In Domestic dramas 
Christmas eve under the Terror 

In Liv Age 272: 487 
Confession 

In Two sisters, and A confession 
Consegues 

In Pastels of men. ser 2 
Day of reckoning 

In Domestic dramas 



Gambler 

/;; Pastels of men. ser 2 
Gratitude 

1)1 Monica 
Jacques Molan 

In Pastels of men. ser 2 
Love crime 

In Love crime 
Lowly one 

In Pastels of men. ser 2 
Marcel 

In Pastels of men. ser i 
Maurice Olivier 

In Pastels of men. ser 2 
Monica 

In Monica 
]\I. Legrimaudct 

In Pastels of men. ser i 
Monsieur Viple's brother 
In Pastels of men. ser i 
Outlook 89: 215 
Neptune Vale 

In Antigone and other portraits 
Odile 

In Antigone and other portraits 
Old Adam 

In Lippinc 41 : 575 
Other people's luxury 
In Domestic dramas 
La Pia 

In Antigone and other portraits 
Saint 

1)1 Pastels of men. ser i 
A Saint 
Chant 42: 350 
Screen 

1)1 Screen 
Three incidents of war 

1)1 Monica 
Two little boys 

1)1 Pastels of men. ser i 
Two married couples 

In Antigone and other portraits 
Two sisters 

1)1 Two sisters, and A confession 
Woman's charity 
In Antigone and other portraits 
Bouvard and Pecuchet. Flaubert, G. 
Bovet, Marie Ann de, 1860- 
Charity 
/;; Brooks, W. Stories from four lan- 
guages 
Bow arm. Donnell, A. H. 
Bow flume cable-car. Kipling, R. 
Bowden reunion. Jewett, S. O. 
Bowl of punch. Gautier, T. 
Bowlegs and Major Ben. Lewis, A. H. 
Box tunnel. Reade, C. 
Boy. Donnell, A. H. 
Boy. Fernald, C. B. 
Boy. Stuart, R. M. 

Boy and the mud ponj^. Dorsey, G. A. 
Boy in the air. Tarkington, B. 
Boy in the cloth cap. Smith, 1"'. H. 
Boy of 1775. Seawell, M. E. 
Boy orator of Zepata City. Davis, Ricluuil 

H. 
Boy spy. Daudet, A. 
Boy that couldn't stand fire. King, C. 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



35 



Boy that was scaret o' dyin'. Slosson, A. T. 
Boy who made a trolley car. Loomis, C. B. 
Boy who required winding. Loomis, C. B. 
Boy who turned body into food. Loomis, 

C. B. 
Boyesen, Hjalmar Hjorth, 1848-1895 
Adventures of a "dig" 

In Norseland tales 
Annunciata 
In Ilka on the hill-top 
Scrib M 19: 1^0 
Asathor's revenge 

1)1 Tales from two hemispheres 
Atlan 35:345 
Between sea and sky 
In Modern vikings 
Big Hans and little Hans 

In Modern vikings 
Born chieftain 

In Norseland tales 
Candidate for divorce 
In Cosmopol 8: 582 
Charity 
In Vagabond tales 
Scrib M 4:490 
Child of the age 
In Vagabond tales 
Cent 31: 177 
Cooper and the wolves 

In Modern vikings 
Crooked John 
In Vagabond tales 
Cent 34:405 
Dangerous virtue 

In Queen Titania 
Disastrous partnership 

In Vagabond tales 
Famine among the gnomes 

In Modern vikings 

Feud of wildhaymen 

In Norseland tales 

Fiddle-John's family 

In Modern vikings 

Golden calf; a novelette 

In Chaut 11: 385 
Good-for-nothing 

In Tales from two hemispheres 
Scrib o s 10: 361 
How Bernt went whaling 

In Modern vikings 
How Mr. Storm met his destiny 
In Ilka on the hill-top 
Scrib o s 13: 547 
Ilka on the hill-top 
In Ilka on the hill-top 
Scrib o s 19: 120 
In collusion with fate 

In Scrib M 20: 73 
Knight of Dannebrog 
In Ilka on the hill-top 
Scrib o s 19: 593 
Lady Clare; story of a horse 

In Cosmopol 11:704 
Liberty's victim 

In Vagabond tales 

Life for life 

In Norseland tales 

Lippinc 40: 277 

Little Alvida 

In Norseland tales 



Little chap 

In Norseland tales 
Mabel and I (a philosophical fairy tale) 

In ilka on the hill-top 
Magnie's dangerous ride 

In Modern vikings 
Man who lost his name 
In Tales from two hemispheres 
Scrib o s 12: 808 
Mikkel 

In Modern vikings 
Monk Tellenbach's exile 

In Vagabond tales 
Mother in Israel 

In Harper 92: 377 
Mountain's face 

In Queen Titania 
My rural experiences 
In Lippinc 58: 121 
New winter sport 

In Modern vikings 
Perilous incognito 
In Vagabond tales 
Scrib M 2: 120, 222 
Queen Titania 
In Queen Titania 

Scrib o s 22: 593, 761,841 
Runaway's Thanksgiving 

In Norseland tales 
Scientific vagabond 

In Tales from two hemispheres 
Scrib o s 11: 229 
Skerry of shrieks 

In Modern vikings 
Story of a blue vein 
In Cosmopol 1 : 3 
Story of an outcast 

In Tales from two hemispheres 
Scrib o s 9: 36 
Sunless world 

In Norseland tales 
Sun's sisters 

In Norseland tales 
Tharald's otter 

In Modern vikings 
Thoralf and Synnov 

In Atlan 30:403 
Thorwald and the star-children 

In Modern vikings 
Truls, the nameless 

In Tales from two hemispheres 
Scrib o s 9: 731 
Two Mollies 

In Scrib M 6: 116 
Under the glacier 
In Ilka on the hill-top 
Scrib o s 21 : 234 
Zuleika 
In Norseland tales 
Boyne water. MacManus, S. 
Boy's joke, and who got the best of it. Al- 

cott, L. M. 
Boys of other countries. Taylor, B. 
Boy's sister. Chambers, R. W. 
Brace of boys. Ludlow, F. H. 
Bracelets. Edgeworth, M. 



36 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Bradley, Harriet Lewis 

Jj ringing of the rose 
/;; Howclls, \V. I)., and Alden, H. M. 
Shapes that liaunt the dusk 
Harper 92: S40 
Brahman who lost his treasure (Sanskrit) 
In Hawthorne, J. Librarj^ mystery and 
detective stories, Oriental 
Drahmin, the tiger, and the six judges. Frere 
ISrains. -Moulton, L. C. 
Brakeman and the squaw. Warman, C. 
Brakes and white vi'lets. J'reenian, AI. E. 

W. 
Branch of lilac. Ouida 
Branch road. Garland, H. 
Brand from the burning. Kelly, M. 
Brave deed. Ward, E. S. P. 
Brave heart. Van Dyke, H. 
Brave tin soldier Wyatt, E. F. 
Bravest of the vikings. Harraden, B. 
Braxton's new art. Bishop, W. H. 
Braybridge's ofifer. Howells, W. D. 
Braybrooke baby's godmother. Gray, D. 
Braybrooke's double event steeple-chase. 

Gray, D. 
Brazenhead the great. Hewlett, M. H. 
Brazilian cat. See Doyle, A. C. Story of 

the Brazilian cat 
Bread cast upon the waters. Caballero, F. 
Bread on the waters. Hale, E. E. 
Bread upon the waters. Kipling, R. 
Bread winner. Strindberg. A. 
Breadscller. Carrion, M. R. 
Break in turpentine. Lefevre, E. 
Breaking a spell. Jacobs, W. W. 
Breaking camp at Kantara. Duncan, N. 
I'.reaking in of a yachtsman's wife. Vorse, 

AI. H. 
Breaking in of Bob Herries. Comer, C. A. 

P. 
Iircaking point. Vorse, AI. 11. 
Mrcath of the north. Duncan, N. 
i^rid in the bone. Page, T. N. 
I'.rccziest reunion Pcattie, E. W. 
Bremer, Frederika, 1801-1865 

Axel and Anna; or. Correspondence be- 
tween lovers 
In Easter offering 
H — family v 2 
Comforter 
In Comforter 
H — family v 2 
Hopes 
In H — family v 2 

Stories by foreign authors, Scandi- 
navian 
Life in the North 

In Easter offering 
Light house. Sec liremer, V. Axel and 

Anna 
Solitary 

In 11 — family 
Triilinnan [drama] 
In H — family v 2 
Twins 

In H — family v 2 
Br'er Coon in old Kentucky. Fox, J., jr. 
La Bretonne. Theuriet, A. 
Briareus's story. .See Smith, 1". H. Clul) 
chestnuts warmed over 



Bric-a-brac. Alaupassant, G. de 

Brick moon. Hale, E. E. 

Brickdust row. Henry, O. 

Bridal march. Bjornson, B. 

Bridal of Polmood. Hogg, J. 

Bridal pair. Chambers, R. W. 

Bridals of Ysselmonde. Qin'llcr-Couch, A. 

T. 
Bride. Alitford, AI. R. 
Bride comes to Yellow Sky. Crane, S. 
Bride from the bush. Hornung, E. \V. 
Bride from the desert. Allen, G. 
Bride of Arne Sandstrom. Cathcrwood, 

M. H. 
Bride of the ice-king. Aiitchell, D. G. 
Bride of the mistletoe: Allen, J. L. 
Bride roses; a scene. Howells, W. D. 
Bride's dead. Morris, G. 
Bride's prevision. French, A. W. 
Bride's progress, ^ee Kipling, R. Smith 

Administration 
Bridge-builders. Kipling, R. 
Bridge house. Parker, G. 
Bridging the years. Norris, K. 
Brief — as woman's love. Alatthews, J. B. 
Brief cure of Aunt Fanny. Dunbar, P. L. 
Brief debut of Tildy. Henry, O. 
Brigade commander. De Forest, J. \V. 
Brigadier. Turgenev, I. S. 
Brigand's bride. Oliphant, L. 
Bringing of the rose. Bradley, H. L. 
Briscoe, Margaret Sutton. See Hcjpkins, 

Airs. AI. S. B. 
Brin. Grenfell W. T. 
Bristol bowl. Bland, E. N. 
British islander. Catherwood, AI. H. 
"Bro." Woolson, C. F. 
Brockway's hulk. Smith, F. H. 
Brofeldt, Juhani. (Aho, Juhani, pseud.) 

Loyal 
In Squire Hellman 

Pioneers 
In Squire Hellman 

Squire Hellman 
In Squire Hellman 

When father brought home the lamp 
In Squire Hellman 

Stories by foreign authors, Scandi- 
navijin 
Broken glass. Pangborn, G. W. 
Broken in. Vorse, AI. H. 
Broken lily. Aloulton, L. C. 
Broken-link handicap. Kipling, R. 
Broken looking-glass. Harland, H. 
Broken wings. James, H. 
Broker's man. Dickens, C. 
Bron and Kruge. Stockton, F. R. 
Bronckhorst divorce case. Kipling, R. 
Bronze hand. Green, A. K. 
Brooksmith. James, H. 
Brother Angelan. Frederic H. 
Brother Bear and the lionev orclianl. 

Harris, J. C. 
Brother Billy Goal eats his dinner. Harris, 

J. C. 
Brother Deer an' King Sun's daughter. 

Harris, J. C. 
Brother Fox stories. See Harris, J. C 
Brother Hutchins. Jacobs, W. W. 
Brother Jacob. Eliot, G. 
P)rother Joconde. France, A. 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



37 



Brother Lion has a spell of sickness. Har- 
ris, J. C. 
Brother Mud Turtle's trickery. Harris, J. 

c. 

Brother Possum gets in trouble. Harris, 

J. C. 
Brother Rabbit stories. See Harris, J. C. 
Brother Sebastian's friendship. Frederic, H. 
Brother Square-toes. Kipling, R. 
Brother Terrapin deceives Brother Buzzard. 

Harris, J. C. 
Brother Terrapin's fiddle- string. Harris, J. 

C. 
Brother to Diogenes. Page, T. N. 
Brother to dragons. Troubetzkoy, A. C. 
Brother Wolf and the horned cattle. Harris, 

J. C. 
Brother Wolf falls a victim. Harris, J. C. 
Brother Wolf gets in a v^arm place. Harris, 

J. C. 
Brother Wolf still in trouble. Harris, J. C. 
Brother Wolf's two big dinners. Harris, 

J. C. 
Brothers. Alcott, L. M. 
Brothers. Thanet, O. 
Brothers. Lagerlof, S. 
Brothers. Lytton, E. B. 
Brothers. Osbourne, L. 
Brothers in fur. White, E. O. 
Brothers of angels. Tarkington, B. 
Brother's quarrel. Bjornson, B. 
Brown, Alice, 1857- 
Advocate 
In Country neighbors 
Harper 112: 845 
After all 

In Meadow-grass 
Agnes Surriage 

/;; Spofiford, H. P., and others. Three 
heroines of New England romance 
Ann Eliza 

In Delin 75: 489 
April showers. See Brown, A. King's 

end 
At Sudleigh Fair 

In Meadow-grass 
Auction 

In Country neighbors 
Harper 119: 19 
Bachelor's fancy 
In County road 
Atlan 93:37 
Bankrupt 

In Meadow-grass 
Boar's Head tavern 

In Atlan 68:361 
Book of love 
In High noon 

Harper 105: 832 
Cap'n Ben 

In New Eng AI n s 11 : 692 
Cave of Adullam 
In County road 
Atlan 90: 252 
Challenge 

In Country neighbors 
Clue 

In Vanishing points 
Scrib M 50: 711 



Confession 

In Harper 12^: 683 
Crown of gold 

In County road 
Outlook 80:783 
Day of his youth 

In Day of his youth 
Day off 

In Harper in : 381 
Dead past 

In Delin 74: 37 
Discovery 

In Harper 117: 58 
Dooryards 

In Tiverton tales 
Liv Age 222:39s 
Dream of the morning 

In High noon 
End of all living 

In Tiverton tales 
Atlan 81: 829 
End of the game 

In High noon 
Cent 49: 551 
Evening and the morning 

In Delin 64: 978 
Experience of Hannah Prime 

//; Tiverton tales 
Farmer Eli's vacation 

1)1 Meadow-grass 
Cent 46:557 
Flat-iron lot 

/;/ Tiverton tales 
Flight of the mouse 

In Vanishing points 
Scrib M 48:237 
Flower of April 

In Country neighbors 
Harp B 33:279 
Flowers of paradise 

In Country neighbors 
Atlan 96: yy6 
Fount unsealed ' 

In Woman's H C 41 : May p 9 
Gardener Jim 

In Country neighbors 
Harper 116: 128 
Golden baby 

In Vanishing points 
Harper 120: 575 
Gradual fairy 

In Delin 67: no 
Grass-green maid 

In Harper in: 568 
Grief deferred 

In Country neighbors 
McClure 26: 549 
Guarded shrine 

/){ Vanishing points 
Harper 109: 611 
Hands of the faithful 

In Vanishing points 
Harper 112: 533 
Heartsease 

In Meadow-grass 
Atlan 74:505 
Heman's ma 

In Meadow-grass 
Her letters 

In Harper 109: 611 



38 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Brown, Alice 

Hermit in Arcadia 
In County road 
Harper 105: 293 
His enemy 
In High noon 
Atlan 88: 320 
His first wife 

In Country neighbors 
Harper 113:425 
Homespun wizardry 
In Harper 127: 735 
Honey and myrrh 

In Tiverton tales 
Horn-o'-the-moon 

In Tiverton tales 
House of the bride 

In Hampton 25:296 
House with the tower 

In Harper 128:919 
Interpreter 
In Vanishing points 
Everybody's 15: 643 
Joint owners in Spain 
In IMeadow-grass 
Atlan 75: 30 
Judgment; a novelette 
/;; Judgment 

Harper 107: 346, 552, 721 
Kingdoms of the earth 

In Everyl)ody's 15:642 
King's end [April showers] 
In King's end 

Lippinc 65:643 
Land without common folks 

In Delin 67: 298 
Lantern 

In Vanishing points 
Scrib M 45: 1/7 
Last assembling 
In Tiverton tales 

New Eng Rl n s 19: 120 
Lion in the way 

In Harp B Zi- 2>32, 
Little Jane 

In Harp B 44: 228 
Little windows into the world 

In Harp B 44: 83. 156, 310 
Looking-glass 
In County road 
McClure 21 : 179 
Man and his rose-garden 

In Harper 114: 27 
Man in the cloister 
In Vanishing points 
Harper 1 19: 786 
Man of feeling 
In Vanishing points 
Harper 122: 684 
Man who was obstinate 

In Atlan 98:836 
Map of the country 

In High noon 
March wind 
In Tiverton tales 
Atlan 83: 537 
Mary Felicia 

In Harper 124: 526 
Masquerade 

In Country neighbors 
Atlan 105: 31 



Master 
In Vanishing points 
Harper 121 : 64 
Master minds of history 
In Country neighbors 
Harper 117: 662 
Meeting in the market-place 

In High noon 
Mcrrylinks 

In Merrylinks 
Mind cure 

In Harper 129: 381 
Minister of grace 

In Harp B 44: 370 
Minister's fire works 
In Harp B 33:588 
Miracle 

In High noon 
Harper 108: 75 
Mis' Wadleigh's guest 

In Meadow-grass 
Missy 

In Harp B 40: 1094 
Mortuary chest 
In Tiverton tales 
Harper 93: 562 
Mother 

In Vanishing points 
Harper 119: 465 
Nancy Boyd's last sermon 

In Meadow-grass 
Natalie Blayne 
In High noon 

Harper 105:505 
Number five 

In Meadow-grass 
Old immortality 
/;; County road 
Harper no: 957 
One-footed fairy 

In One-footed fairy 
Other Mrs. Dill 

In Country neighbors 
Atlan 103: 595 
Partners 

/;; Country neighbors 
Harper 114: 568 
Tath of stars 

In Harper 123: 598 
Peggy 
In Howells, W. i:).. and others. Whole 
family Ch 11 
Pilgrim chamber 
In County road 
Atlan 96: 188 
Play house 

/;; Country neighbors 
Harper 112: 662 
Poetess in spring 

In Country neighbors 
Harper_ii8: 940 
Private soldier 
In Vanishing points 
Atlan 103: 308 
Queens of Arcady 
In Vanishing points 
Scrib M 50: 214 
Race 

In Delin 74: 407 
Red poppies 

/;; Delin 74: 144 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



39 



Return of father 

In Harp B 42: 1045 
Righteous bargain 

In Meadow-grass 
Rosamund in heaven 

In High noon 
Rose brocade 

In Harp B 43: 1184 
Rose of hope 

In Rose of hope 
Rosy balm 

In Country road 
Harp 111:947 
Runaway match 

In High noon 
Saturday night 

In Country neighbors 
Craftsman 14:634 
Sea change 

In County road 
Atlan 86:180 
Second marriage 

In Tiverton tales 
Atlan 80:406 
Silver tea-set 

In Country neighbors 
Harper 113: 707 
Sister Ann 

In Outlook 72: 91 
Soul's debt 

In New Eng M n s 10: 121 
Sower 

In Outlook 86: 202 
State-house platter 

In Lippinc 70: 567 
Stolen festival 

In Tiverton tales 
Story of Abe 

In Vanishing points 
Harper 122: 290 
Strollers in Tiverton 

In Meadow-grass 
There and here 

In High noon 
This creature named I 

In Reader 9: 133 
Told in the poorhouse 

In Meadow-grass 
Torch of life 

In Harper 113: 231 
Tree of a thousand leaves 

In County road 
McClure 22: 327 
Trial at Ravello 

In Scrib M 52: 231 
Tryst 

In High noon 

Scrib M 49: 718 
Twisted tree 

In County road 
Outlook 80: 337 
Way of peace 

In Tiverton tales 
Winter's courting 

In County road 
McClure 23: 374 
Wizard's toucli 

In Vanishing points 

Harper 109: 253 

Woman whom God loved 

In Outlook 84:78 



Brown, E. Levi 

At the hermitage 
In Howells, W. D., and Aldcn, H. M. 
Shapes that haunt the dusk 
Brown, John, 1810-1882 

Marjorie Fleming 
In. Warner Library 

Liv Age 79:405; 80:177 

Mystery of black and tan 
In Rab and his friends 
Spare hours 

Our dogs 
In Rab and his friends 
Spare hours 

Rab and his friends 
In Rab and his friends 
Spare hours 
Brown box. See Stevenson, R. L. Des- 

borough's adventure 
Brown coat. Futrelle, J. 
Brown hand. Doyle, A. C. 
Brown man's servant. Jacobs, W. W. 
Brown of Calaveras. Harte, B. 
Brown stone boy. Bishop, W. H. 
Brown wolf. London, J. 
Brownberry. Phillpotts, E. 
Browne, Bradwell, and me. Phillpotts, E. 
Browne's folly. Hawthorne, N. 
Brownie of Bodsbeck. Hogg, J. 
Brownie of the Black Hags. Hogg, J. 
Browning courtship. White, E. O. 
Bruce's mighty weakness. Ralph, J. 
El brug. Ouida 
"Brugglesmith." Kipling, R. 
Brushwood boy. Kipling, R. 
Brute. Bland, E. N. 
Brute. Conrad, J. 

Brynhild's immolation. Huncker, J. G. 
Bubble boy. Loomis, C. B. 
Bubbling well road. Kipling, R. 
Buccaneers. Mitford, M. R. 
Buccaneers. See Pyle, H. With the buc- 
caneers 
Buckeneers. Phillpotts, E. 
Buckeye Hollow inheritance. Harte, B. 
Buckley lady. Freeman, M. E. W. 
Buckmaster's boy. Parker, G. 
Bucko. Gibbon, P. 
Buckthorne: or The young man of great 

expectations. Irving, W. 
Bud Zunt's mail. Stuart. R. M. 
Budgery-Gar. Parker, G. 
Bulgarian opera boufife. Smith, F. H. 
Bulger's reputation. Harte, B. 
Bull-dog. Watson, J. 
Bull-fight. Sienkiewicz, H. 
Bull-fight. Stowe, H, B. 
Buller-Podington compact. Stockton, F. R. 
Bullfinch. Ouida 
Bully. Turgenev, I. S. 

Bunch of yellow roses. Chesnutt, C. W. 
Bunches of knuckles. London, J. 
Bundle of letters. James, H. 
Bundle of life. Craigie, P. M. T. R. 
Bunner, Henry Cuyler, 1855-1896 

"As one having authority" 
In Love in old cloathes 
Scrib M 12: 201 

By way of explanation 
In Made in France 



40 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Bunner, Henry Cuyler —Coiiliintcii. 
Capture 

In Made in France 
Casperl 

In Zadoc Pine 
Colonel Brereton's aunty 

In Short sixes 
Crazy wife's ship 
In Love in old cloathcs 
Harper 86: 115 
Cumbersome horse 

In More short sixes 
Cutwater of Seneca 

In More short sixes 
Dennis 

In Made in France 
Documents in the case. Sec Matthews, 

J. B. and Bunner, H. C. 
Father Dominick's convert 

In Made in France 
French for a fortnight 
In Love in old cloathes 
Scrib M 16: 161 
Ghoollah 

/;/ More short sixes 
Hector 

I>i Short sixes 
In the wine cellar 

In Scrib M 20:475 
Jerry and Mulberry 
In Scrib M 13:641 
Joke on M. Peptonneau 

In Made in EVance 
Letter and a paragraph 

In Love in old cloathcs 
Letter to town 

In Scrib M 19: 760 
Lost child 

In Scrib M 19:342 
Love in old cloathes 
In Love in old cloathes 

Stories by American authors v 4 
Cent 26:768 
Love-letters of Smith 
In Short sixes 

Baldwin, C. S. American sh(n-t stor- 
ies I 
Warner library 
"Man with tlie pink pants" 

In More short sixes 
Minuet 

In Made in France 
,Mr. Copernicus and the proletariat 

fn Short sixes 
Mr. Vincent Egg and the wage of sin 

/;; More short sixes 
Mr. Wick's aunt 

/;; More short sixes 
Mrs. Tom's spree 
In Zadoc Pine 
Scrib M 6:677 
^Ty dear Mrs. Billingtnn 

/;; More short sixes 
Natural selection: a romance of Chelsea 
village and East Hampton (own 
//; Zadoc Pine 

Scrib M 3:64. t8i, 321 
Nice peo]jlc 

In Short sixes 
Nine cent-girls 
In Short sixes 



Old, old story 

In Short sixes 
Our aromatic uncle 

In Love in old cloathes 
Scrib M 18: 169 
Pettibonc' brolly 

/;; Made in France 
Pint's a pound 

III Made in France 
Prize of propriety 

In IMade in France 
Red silk handkerchief 
In Love in old cloathes 
Cent 28:275 
Round-up 

In Short sixes 
"Samantha Boom-de-ay" 

In More short sixes 
Second-hand story 
In Zadoc Pine 
Scrib M 4: 344 
Seven conversations of dear Jones and 
Baby Van Rensselaer. See Matthews, 
J. B., and Bunner, H. C. 
Sisterly scheme 
In Short sixes 
Squire Five-Fathom 
In Zadoc Pine 
Scrib M 4:657 
Story of a New York house 

In Story of a New York house 
Tenor 

In Short sixes 
Third figure in the cotillion 

/;; More short sixes 
Tony 

In Made in France 
Two churches of Quawket 

In Short sixes 
Uncle Atticus 

In IMade in France 
What Mrs. Fortescue did 

In More short sixes^ 
Zadoc Pine labor union 
In Zadoc Pine 
Scrib M 2:660 
Zcnobia's infidelity 

In Short sixes 
Zozo 
In Short sixes 
Buondelmonte's saga. Hewlett. M. TT. 
Burbury Stoke. Hopkins, W. J. 
Burgher of the Free State. Kipling. R. 
Burglar. Cameron, M. _ ._ 
Burglar and the lady. Williams, J. L. 
Burglars in Paradise. Ward, F. S. P. 
Burglary. Bennett, E. A. 
Burglary club. Ouiller-Couch, .\. T. 
Burial of the guns. Page, T. N. 
Burial of the tithe. Lover. S. 
Buried anchor. Gibbon, P. 
Bm-icd treasure. Henry. O. 
Buried treastirc. Wliite, S. F. 
Buried treasure of Cobrc. Davis. Richard 

H. 
Burles(|uc liiography. Clemens. S. L. 
Burnett. Mrs Frances (Hodgson) (Mrs. 
Stephen Townsend) iSjo- 
Bcliind lb.' white iM'ick 
In Little Saint Elizabeth 
Sara Crewe 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



41 



Captain's youngest 

In Piccino 
Closed room. Sec Burnett, V. H. In the 

closed room 
Cosy lion 
In Cosy lion 
St. N 34:291 
Dawn of a tomorrow 
In Dawn of a tomorrow 
Scrib M 38:64 
Editha's burglar 

In Editha's burglar 
Enchanted coach 

In Ladies' H J 28: O p 11 
Good wolf 

In Good wolf 
In the closed room 
In In the closed room 
McClure 23: 330, 471 
Jarl's daughter 1 

In Jarl's daughter 
Lancashire story. Sec Burnett, E. II. 

Surly Tim 
Land of the blue flower 

In Ladies' H J 26: Dp; 
Lindsay's luck 

In Earlier stories ist ser 
Lindsay's luck 
Little Betty's kitten tells her story 
In Piccino 

Eng Illust 12 no 3:3 
Little Saint Elizabeth 
In Little Saint Elizabeth 

Sara Crewe and other stories 
Lodusky 
/;; Surly Tim 

Scrib o s 14: 6j:i 
Louisiana 
In Louisiana 

Scrib o s 19: 512; 20: 16 
Making of a marchioness 
In Making of a marchioness 
Cent 62: 178, 358, 521 
Men who loved Elizabeth 

In Jarl's daughter 
Mere Giraud's little daughter 
In Surly Tim 

Scrib o s 13: 108 
Miss Crespigny 
In Earlier stories ist ser 
Miss Crespigny 
Miss Vernon's choice 

In Jarl's daughter and other novelettes 
Monsieur de la petite dame 
In Surly Tim 

Scrib o s 14: 224 
One day at Arle 
In Surly Tim 

Scrib o s 4: 541 
Piccino. Sec Burnett, F. 11. Two days in 

the life of Piccino 
Pretty sister of Jose 

In Pretty sister of Jose 
Prince Fairy-foot. See Burnett, F. H. 

Story of Prince Fairyfoot 
Proud little grain of wheat 
In Little Saint Elizabeth 

Sara Crewe and other stories 
Queen Silver-Bell 
In Queen Silver-Bell 
St N 33: 1059 



Racketty-Packetty house 
In Racketty-Packetty house 
St N 34:97 
Sara Crewe, or What happened at Miss 
Minchin's 
In Sara Crewe 
"Seth" 

In Surly Tim 

Lippinc ig:2g6 
Smethurstses 
In Surly Tim 

Scriij o s 14: 467 
Spring cleaning as told by Queen Cross- 
patch 
In Spring cleaning 
St N 99: IG4, 242 
Story of Prince Fairy-foot 
In Little Saint Elizabeth 

Sara Crewe and other stories 
Story of the Latin quarter 

In Stories by American authors v 3 
Surly Tim, a Lancashire story 
III Surly Tim 

Scrib o s 4: 220 
Surly Tim's trouble. See Burnett, F. H. 

Surly Tim 
Theo 

fn Earlier stories ist ser 
Theo 
Two days in the life of Piccino 

/;; Piccino 
Two little pilgrims' progress 

In Two little pilgrim's progress 
Wanted — a young person 

In Jarl's daughter 
What happened at Miss Minchin's. Sec 

Burnett, F. H. Sara Crewe 
White brick. See Burnett, F. H. Behind 
the white brick 
Burning of Babel. Silbcrrad, U. L. 
Burning of 'Le Prince'. Payn. J. 
Bus-conductor. Benson, E. F. 
Bush. Millet, F. D. 
Bush league here. Ferber, E. 
Bushranger at bay. Hornung, E. W. 
Bushwhacker nurse. Stockton, F. R. 
Bushwhackers. Craddock, C. E. 
Business man. Jewett, S. O. 
Business man. Poe, E. A. 
Business meeting. Bates, A. 
Busted blue doll'. Keats, G. 
Buster John alarms Mr Rabbit. Harris, 

J. C. 
Butcher's bills. Macdonald, G. 
Butler. Andrews, M. R. S. 
Buttercup. Dasent, G. W. 
Butterfly. Freeman, M. E. W. 
Butterfly man. McCutcheon, G. B. 
Butterfly that stamped. Kipling, R. 
Butterneggs. Slosson, A. T. 
Butting-cow and the hitting stick. Harris, 

J. c. 

Buyer from Cactus city. Henry, O. 
Buyer of sorrows. Le Gallienne, R. 
Buying a horse. Howells, W. D. 
By-an' by Brown of Blunder cove. Dun- 
can, N. 
By courier. Henry, O. 
By hook or crook. Grant, R. 
By stages. Morris, G. 
By telephone. Matthews, J. B. 



42 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



]'.y that place called Peradveiilure. rarkcr, 

V,v the l)ayoii St. John. l)unl)ar, .\. 

Rv the committee. Perry, 1!. 

I'.y the 111. Perry, B. 

By the morning boat. Jewett, S. O. 

By the river. Alcott, L. M. 

By the Sawyer method. Pafigborn, G. W. 

By the second intention. Martin, E. S. 

By the terror of the law. See Thanet, O. 

Through the terrors of the law 
By the waters of paradise. Crawford, 

F. M. 
By way of explanation. lUinner, 11. C. 
By word of mouth. Kipling, R. 
Byezhin meadow. Turgencv, I. S. 

Caballero, Fernan [pseud] (Arrom de 
Ayala, Cecilia Francisca Josefa Bohl 
de Faber y Larrea), 1796-187/ 
Bread cast upon the waters 

/;; Stories by foreign authors, Spanish 
Caballcro's way. Henry, O. 
Cabell, James Branch, 1879- 
Actors all 

In Gallantry 
April's message 

In Gallantry 
Castle of content 

In Harper 107: 327 
Casual honeymoon 

In Gallantry 
Ducal audience 
In Gallantry 
Episode called Adhclmar at Puysange 

In Line of love 
Episode called Conspiracy of Arnaye 

In Line of love 
Episode called In necessity's mortar 
In Line of love 
Harper 109: 702 
Episode called In Ursula's garden 
In Tine of love 
Harper 106:909 
Episode called Love-letters of Falstaff 

In Line of love 
Episode called "Sweet Adelais" 

In Line of love 
Episode called The castle of content 

In Line of love 
Heart of gold 
In Gallantry 
In necessity's mortar. See Cal)ell, J. P>. 
Episode called In necessity's mortar 
In the second April 

In Gallantry 
In Ursula's garden. See Cabell, J. B. 
Episode called In Ursula's garden 
Love at Martinmas 

In Gallantry 
Love's alumni 
hi Gallantry 
Rliyme to porringer 

In Gallantry 
Scape-goats 
fn Gallantry 

Appleton's M 8: 260 
Sestina. See Cabell. J. B. Story of the 
Sestina 



Simon's hour 
In Gallantry 
Story of the choices 

In Chivalry 
Story of the fox-brush 

In Chivalry 
Story of the heritage 

In Chivalry 
Story of the housewife 

In Chivalry 
Story of the Navaressc 

In Chivalry 
Story of the rat-trap 

In Chivalry 
Story of the satraps 

In Chivalry 
Story of the scabbard 

In Chivalry 
Story of the sestina 
/;; Chivalry 

Harper T12: 191 
Story of the tenson 
In Cliivalry 

Harper 114: 147 
Tenson. See Cabell, J. B. Story of the 
tenson 
Cabin-boy. Phillpotts, E. 
Cabin passenger. Jacobs, W. W. 
Cabinet organ. Thanet, O. 
Cable, George Washington, 1844- 

Advcntures of Franqois and Susanne 

In Strange true stories of Louisiana 
Alix de IMorainville. See Cable, G. W. 

History, of Alix de Morainville 
Attalie Brovillard 

In Strange true stories of Louisiana 
Cent 38:749 
Belles demoiselles plantation 
In Old Creole days 
Cent 86: 273 
Cafe des exiles 
In Old Creole days 
Scrib o s 11: 727 
Carancro 

In Cent 33:355, 545 
Clock in the sky 

In Scrib M 30: 327 
Entomologist < 

In Strong hearts 
Scrib M 25 : 50 
"Haunted house" in Royal Street 

In Strange true stories of Louisiana 
Cent 38: 590 
History of Alix de Morainville 
/;/ Strange true stories of Louisiana 
Cent \37: 742 
How I got them 

/;; Strange true stories of Louisiana 
Jcan-ah Poquelin 
/;/ Old Creole days 
Scrib o s lO: 91 
Aladame Dclicicuse 
In Old Creole days 
Scrib o s 10: 4C)8 
Madame Delphine 
/;; Madame Delphine 

Old Creole days |n(^t in the earlier 

editions] 
Scrib o s 22: 436 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIFf, 



43 



Pere Raphael 
In "Posson Jone" 
Cent 62: 545 
"Posson Jone" 

In Old Creole days 
"Posson Jone" 
Warner library 
Outlook 87: 217 
Salome Miiller, the white slave 

In Strang-e true stories of Louisiana 
'Sieur George 

In Old Creole days 
Scrib o s 6: 739 
Solitary 

In Strong hearts 
Taxidermist 

In Strong hearts 
Scrib AI 13: 679 
'Tite Poulette 

In Old Creole days 
Scrib o s 8: 674 
"Unto the least of these" [selections from 
The taxidermist] 
In Liv Age 221 : 61 
War diary of a Union woman in the 
South 
In Strange true stories of Louisiana 
Young aunt with white hair 

In Strange true stories of Louisiana 
Cable-car, the bow flume. See Kipling, R. 

Bow Hume cable-car 
Cabriolet; fifth story. ]\Iitchell, D. G. 
Cadger-boy's last journey. MacManus, S. 
Caesar. Stuart, R. M. 
Cafe des exiles. Cable, G. W. 
Cage at Cranford. Gaskell, E. C. 
Caged lion. Norris, F. 
Cahan, Abraham, 1860- 
Circumstances 

In Imported bridegroom 
Daughter of Reb Avrom Leib 

In Cosmopol 29: 53 
Dumitru and Sigrid 

In Cosmopol 30: 493 
Ghetto wedding 

In Imported bridegroom 
Imported bridegroom 

In Imported bridegroom 
Providential match 

In Imported bridegroom 
Sweat-shop romance 

In Imported bridegroom 
Tzinchadzi of the Catskills 

In Atlan 88:221 
Yekl, a tale of the New York ghetto 
In Yekl 
Cain and Arteme. Gorky, M. 
Caitlin Dhu. MacManus, S. 
Cake. Maupassant, G. de 
Cake of charity. Loomis, C. B. 
Calamity Ahmad and Habzalom Bazazah 
(Arabic) 
In Hawthorne, J. Library mystery and 
detective stories, Oriental 
Calderon, the courtier. Lytton, E. B. 
Calderon's prisoner. Miller, A. D. 
Caldron of oil. Collins, W. 
Calhoun fiddler. Catherwood, M. PI. 
Calico. Ward, E. S. P. 
California conscience. Wyatt, E. F. 



Californian's talc. Clemens, S. L. 

Caliph and the cad. Henry, O. 

Calipli, cupid and the clock. Henry, O. 

Call from the past. Merrick, L. 

Call loan. Henry, O. 

Call of spring. Jordan, E. G. 

Call of the tame. Henry, O. 

Calla lillics and Hannah. Freeman, M. E. W. 

Calladon. Hawthorne, J. 

Callahan. See Fox, J. Army of the Callahan 

Called to account by the preacher. Harris, 

J. C. 
Calloway's code. Henry, O. 
Camelia Riccardo. Stuart, R. M. 
Cameo and a pastel. Matthews, J. B. 
Camera capture. King, C. 
Cameronian preacher's tale. Hogg, J. 
Cameron, Margaret, 1867- (Mrs. H. C. 
Lewis) 
Apples of Hesperides. See Smith, A. P., 
and Cameron, M. Apples of Hes- 
perides 
Bachelor and the baby 

In Bachelor and tlie baby 
Harper 1:4: 381 
Burglar 

In Comedies in miniature 
Cat and the canary 
In Cat and the canary 
Harper 113:454 
Chance Samaritan 
/;; Tangles 

Harper 115: 894 
Christmas chime 

In Comedies in miniature 
McClure 22: 174 
Committee on matrimony 
In Comedies in miniature 
McClure 21 : 659 
Denouement 
In Tangles 

Harper iii : 63 
Doing the Dollivers 

In Golden rule Dollivers 
Harper 126: 26 
Dolliver's aid to the injured 
In Golden rule Dollivers 
Harper 126: 582 
Dollivers caught napping 
In Golden rule Dollivers 
Harper 125: 366 
Dollivers dine out 
In Golden rule Dollivers 
Harper 127:217 
Dollivers' long lane 
In Harper 127: 560 
Dollivers' old dears 
In Golden rule Dollivers 
Harper 124: 552 
End and the beginning 

In Golden rule Dollivers 
Flood-tide 

In McClure 28: 322 
Forlorn hope 
In Tangles 

Harper 120:611 
Golden rule Dollivers 

In Harper 123: 382 
Great God Pan 
In Harper 115: 584 



44 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Cameron, Margaret —Coiiliimcd. 
Her neighbor's creed 

III Comedies in miniature 
In a street car 

1)1 Comedies in miniature 
Kleptomaniac 

/;; Comedies in miniature 
Like young Lochinvar 

III Harper ii6: sjS 
"Little Avhite bin" 
In Tangles 

Harper 121:404 
Man in the road 

/;; Golden rule Dolli\ crs 
Migbty trifle 
III Tangles 

Harper 123: 214 
Miss Doulton's orchids 

III Comedies in miniature 
r. A. I. L. W. R. 

In Comedies in miniature 
Patron of art 

In Comedies in miniature 
Pipe of peace 

In Comedies in miniature 
Pipes o' Pan 
In Tangles 
Price of the past participle 
In Tangles 

Harper 105: 731 
Thing that couldn't 
In Tangles 

Harper 118: 30 
Trellis 

In Harper 106: 402 
LHtimate moment 

In Tangles 
Unexpected guests 

In Comedies in miniature 
Wainwright and the little gods 
In Tangles 

Harper 114: 76 
Way to the wedding 
In Tangles 

Harper 121 : 597 
When the turtle turned loose 
In Tangles 

Harper 109: 189 
Who killed Cock Robin? 
In Tangles 

Harper 121 : 946 
'■\\'ho laughs last" 
/;( Tangles 

Harper 115: 379 
Woman and the law 
In Tangles 

Harper 116: 29 
Camp-meeting at Mayo. Parker, G. 
Camp of the bears. Andrews, M. R. S. 
Camp of the good fairy. Andrews, M. R. S. 
Campaign trout. Andrews, M. R. S. 
Can a life hide itself? Taylor. P>. 
('anal lioat. Hawthorne, N. 
Candid friend. Miller, A. D. 
Candidate for divorce. Boyesen, 11. 11. 
Candle. Tolstoi, L. N. 
Candle in the plate. Matthews, J. B. 
Candle's flame. Tracy, V. 
Candy country. Alcott, L. M. 
Cannibalism in the cars. Clemens, S. L. 



Cannibals and Mv. Bufifum. Loomis, C. B. 

Canterbury pilgrims. Hawthorne, N. 

Canterville ghost. Wilde, O. 

Canvasser's tale. Clemens, S. L. 

Capillary crime. Millet, F. D. 

Capitaine Burle. Zola, E. 

Capitalist. Gissing, G. R. 

Capitoline Venus. Clemens, S. L. 

Cap'n Ben. Brown, A. 

Cap'n Bob of the Screamer. Smith, F. H. 

Cap'n Jollyfax's gun. Morrison, A. 

Cap'n Patti. Peattie, E. W. 

Cap'n Tom's Christmas supper. Spof^ord, 
H. P. 

Captain Black. Carryl, C. E. 

Captain Blaise. Connolly, J. B. 

Captain Brand. See Pylc, H. Ghost of Cap- 
tain Brand 

Captain Close. King, C. 

Captain Cole's passenger. Payn, J. 

Captain Dick and Captain Jacka. Quiller- 
Couch, A. T. 

Captain dreams again. King, C. 

Captain Elijah Coe. Osbourne, L. 

Captain Eli's best ear; a Christmas story, 
Stockton, F. R. 

Captain England. Morris, G. 

Captain from Bath. Quiller-Couch, .\. T. 

Captain Jim's friend. Harte, B. 

Captain Joe. Smith, F. H. 

Captain joe and the Susie Ann. Smith, F. H. 

Captain John Adams, missing. Doyle, A. C. 

Captain John Coxon. Masefield, J. 

Captain John Jennings. Masefield, J. 

Captain John Ward. Masefield, J. 

Captain Kidd's money. Stowe, H. B. 

Captain Littlepage. Jewett, S. O. 

Captain Mansana. Bjornson, B. 

"Captain my captain." Balestier, C. W. 

Captain of "The Camel." Bierce, A. 

Captain of the "Heather Bell." Jackson, 
H. H. 

Captain of tlie school. Barrie, J. M. 

Captain Robert Knox. ]\Iasefield, J. 

Captain Rogers. Jacobs, W. W. 

Captain Santa Clans. King, C. 

Captain Sharkej'. Doyle, A. C. 

Captain Salomon Brazenhead's tale of The 
half-brothers. See Hewlett, M. H. Half- 
brothers 

Captain Wyvern's adventures. Quiller- 
Couch, A. T. 

Captains. Andrews, M. R. S. 

Captains all. Jacojjs, W. W. 

Captain's charm. French, A. W. 

Captain's daughter. Pushkin, A. S. 

Captain's exploit. Jacobs, W. W. 

Captain's story. Clemens, S. L. 

Captain's vices. Coppec, F. 

Captain's youngest. Burnett, F. H. 

Captive. Kipling, R. 

Captive in the Caucasus. See Tolstoi, L. N. 
I'risoner in the Caucasus 

Captive of the ada-wehi. Craddock, C. E. 

Captor of old Pontomoc. Earle, M. T. 

Capture, l^unner, 11. C. 

Capture of Nellie Carribin. MacManus, S. 

Capture of the Burgomeister Van der Werf. 
Quiller-Couch, A. T. 

Capture of the emperor. Seawell, M. E. 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



45 



Captured dream. Thanet, O. 
Captured Santa Claus. Page, T. N. 
Capuana, Luigi, 1839- 
Deposition 

In Hawthorne, J. Library_ mystery and 
detective stories, Italian-Spanisli 
Carancro. Cable, G. W. 
Carasoyn. Macdonald, G. 
Caravan. Earle, M. T. 
Caravansary. Daudet, A. 
Carcellini emerald. Harrison, C. C. 
Cardillac, the jeweller. Hoffmann, E. T. W. 
Careful man. Galsworthy, J. 
Caresses. Maupassant, G. de 
Cargo of cat. Bierce, A. 
Carhart mystery. Viele, H. K. 
Carleton, William, 1794- 1869 
Neal Malone 
In * [Traits and stories of Irish peas- 
antry] 
In Johnson, R. Little classics v 5 

Stories by English authors, Ireland 
Carleton Barker, first and second. Bangs, 

J. K. 
Carlotta's intended. Stuart, R. M. 
Carmen. Merimee, P. 

Carmichael's Christmas spirit. Davis, C. B. 
Carnation's morning joy. Crockett, S. R. 
Carnival jangle. Dunbar, A. 
Carnival of love. Maupassant, G. de 
Carolina night's dream. Morris, G. 
Carpenter's daughter. Mitford, M. R. 
Carpet of Belshazzar. Chambers, R. W. 
Carriage lamps. Crane, S. 
Carrington. Benson, E. F. 
Carrion, Miguel Ramos 
Breadseller 
In Brooks, W. Stories from four lan- 
guages 
Carroll's family party. Williams, J. L. 
Carroll's formal garden. Williams, J. L. 
Carroll's fortune. Williams, J. L. 
Carroll's millionaire tenant. Williams, J. L. 
Carryl, Charles Edward, 1841- 
Captain Black 
In Stories of the sea 
Scrib M 10: 513 
Cartel. Mitford, M. R. 
Carteret. See Gray, D. Mr. Carteret. 
Carter's inn. Maupassant, G. de 
Carter's wench. See Maupassant, G. de. 

Carter's inn 
Carthorses and the saddle-horse. Steven- 
soil, R. L. 
Carty Carteret's sister. Gray, D. 
Case in diplomacy. Stuart, R. M. 
Case in point. Hibbard, G. A. 
Case is closed. See Futrelle, J. Super- 
fluous finger 
Case of Ca'line. Dunbar, P. L. 
Case of Catherwood. Harriman, K. E. 
Case of circumstantial evidence. Train, 

A. C. 
Cass of conscience. Austin, M. H. 
Case of desertion. Jacobs, W. W. 
Case of fever. Barr, R. 
Case of Frederick. Vorse, M. H. 
* Work not listed. 



Case of General Oplc and Lady Camper. 
Meredith, G. 

Case of George Fisher. Clemens, S. L. 

Case of identity. Doyle, A. C. 

Case of interference Bacon, J. D. 

Case of John Arniston's conscience. Crock- 
ett, S. R. 

Case of Katrina. Jordan, E. G. 

Case of George Dedlow. Mitchell, S. W. 

Case of Lady Sannox. Doyle, A. C. 

Case of Laker, absconded. Morrison, A. 

Case of Mary Ellen. Harris, J. C. 

Case of measles. Harris, J. C. 

Case of metaphantasmia. Howells, W. D. 

Case of Mr. Helmer. Chambers, R. W. 

Case of Mr. Lucraft. Besant, W. and Rice, 

Case of nerves. Spoi¥ord, H. P. 
Case of Paramore. Gerould, K. F. 
Case of the Bronson patent. Barr, R. 
Case of the Evanstons. Gray, D. 
Case of the grippe. Harris, J. C. 
Case. of the lost foreigner. Morrison, A. 
Case of the missing hand. ]\Iorrison, A. 
Case of Thomas Phipps. Aldrich, T. B. 
Cask of Amontillado. Poe, E. A. 
Casperl. Bunner, H. C. 

Cast away on Feather's Folly. Duncan, N. 
Cast of the apple. Hewlett, M. H. 
Cast of the net. Ward, H. D. 
Castaway. Jacobs, W. W. 
Castaway ambassador. Payn, J. 
Castaway of the South. Parker, G. 
Castelnuovo, Enrico, 1839- 
It snows 

In Stories by foreign authors, Italian 
Two funerals 

In Brooks, W. Stories from four lan- 
guages 
Casting vote. Craddock, C. E. 
Casting vote. Vorse, M. H. 
Castle, Agnes Sw.eetman, and Castle, Eger- 
ton 
Flower o' the orange 

In Flower o' the orange 
Great Todescan's secret thrust 

In Flower o' the orange 
Great white deeps 

In Flower o' the orange 

Love gilds the scene and woman guides 

the plot 

In Love gilds the scene 

Mirror of the faithful heart 

In Flower o' the orange 

My rapier and my daughter 

In Flower o' the orange 
Ninth wave 

In Ninth wave 
Pomona 

In Flower o' the orange 
Rape of the beau 

In Cosmopol 49: 486 
Young conspiracy 

In Flower o' the orange 
Castle, Egerton, 1858- 
Baron's quarry 
In Hawthorne, J. Library Mystery and 
detective stories v 2 
Liv Age 191 : 650 
Temple Bar 93=343 



46 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Castle, Egerton—Coiitiuiicd. 
Death-dance 

In IMarshfield the observer 
Guests of the wolfmaster 
In Temple Bar io8: 552 
Nocturne 

In Bookm 35: 265 
Castle Dangerous. Scott, W. 
Castle knight and troubadour. Peattic, 

E. W. 
Castle Nowhere. W'oolson, C. 1'. 
Castle of Bim. Stockton. F. R. 
Castle of content. Cabell, J. B. 
Castle on the dunes. Bacon, J. D. 
Castle Rackrent. Edgcworth, ]\I. 
Castles near Spain. Harland.^ IT. 
Casual encounter. Janvier, T. A. 
Casual honeymoon. Cabell, J. B. 
Cat. Benson, E. F. 
Cat. Freeman, M. E. W. 
Cat and racket. See Balzac, II. dc. At the 

sign of the cat and racket 
Cat and the canary. Cameron. M. 
Cat and the cherub. Fernald, C. B. 
Cat and the king. Weyman, S. J. 
Cat and the rill. Stockton, F. R. 
Cat of high degree. Freeman, M. E. \V. 
Cat that walked by himself. Kipling, R. 
Catastrophe. Wells, H. G. 
Catching a runaway engine. Warman, C. 
Catching up with Christmas. Ferber, E. 
Caterpillars. Benson, E. F. 
Cathal of the w^oods. Sharp, W. 
Catharine Carr. Freeman, M. E. W. 
Cathedral courtship. Wiggin, K. D. 
Cathedral singer. Allen, J. L. 
Gather, Willa Sibert, 1875- 
Alexandcr's bridge 

In Alexander's bridge 
Alexander's masquerade 

In McClure38:384, 523,658 
Behind the Singer tower 

In Collier's 49: My 18 p 16 
Bohemian girl 

In McClure 39: 420 
"Death in the desert" 
In Troll garden 
Scrib M 33: 109 
El Dorado 

In New Eng M n s 24: 357 
Eleanor's house 

In McClure 29: 623 
Eric Hermann son's soul 

In Cosmopol 28:633 
Flavia and her artists 

In Troll garden 
Garden lodge 

In Troll garden 
Joy of Nellie Deanc 

In Cent 82: 859 
Namesake 

In McClure 28: 492 
On the gull's road 

In McClure 32: 145 
Paul's case 

In Troll garden 
McClure 25: 74 
Professor's commencement 

In New Eng M n s 26: 481 
Profile 
In McClure 29: 135 



Sculptor's funeral 
In Troll garden 
McClure 24: 329 
Treasure of Far Island 

/;; New Eng M n s 27: 234 
Wagner matinee 

/); Troll garden 
Willing muse 
In Cent 74: 550 
Catherine. Thackeray, W. M. 
Catherine Duval. Halevy, L. 
Catherwood, Mrs. Mary (Hartwell) 1847- 
1902 
Babe Jerome 

In Queen of the swamp 
Beauport loup-garou 
/;; Chase of Saint-Castin 
Atlan 72: 630 
Beaver lights 

In Mackinac and lake stories 
Beetrus 

III Queen of the swamp 
Black feather 

In Mackinac and lake stories 
Blue man 

In ]\Iackinac and lake stories 
Bony and Ban, the story of a printing 
venture 
In Bony and Ban 
Bride of Arne Sandstrom 
III Queen of the swamp 
British islander 
In Mackinac and lake stories 
Harper 96: 345 
Calhoun fiddler 

In Queen of the swamp 
Chase of Saint-Castin 
In Chase of Saint-Casti 1 
Atlan 72: 60 
Cobbler in the devil's kitchen 

In Mackinac and lake stories 
Cursed patois 
In Mackinac and lake stories 
Harper 96: 753 
Fairfield poet 

/;; Queen of the swamp 
Gargoyle. Sec Catherwood, M. 11. Old 

Gargoyle 
Indian on the trail 

/;; Mackinac and lake stories 
Kaskaskia. See Catherwood, M. H. Old 

Kaskaskia 
Kentucky princess 

In Queen of the swamp 
Kidnapped bride 
III Chase of Saint-Castin 
Atlan 74:326 
King of Beaver 
In Mackinac and lake stories 
Harper 96: 185 
Little domestic 

In Atlan 77:217 
Little Renault 

/;( Spirit of an Illinois town 
Cent 42: 557 
Man from the Spanish war 

Jn Queen of the swamp 
Man who "hadn't time" 
In Woman in armor 



INDEX TO SifORT STOKII-.S 



47 



Marianson 

III Mackinac and lake stories 
Harper 96: 92 
Mill at Petit Cap 

]n Chase of Saint-Castin 
Mothers of Honore 

In Mackinac and lake stories 
Harper 99: 136 
Old Gargoyle 

III Woman in armor 
Old Kaskaskia 
In Old Kaskaskia 
Atlan 71: I 
Penitent of Cross village 

In Mackinac and lake stories 
Pontiac's lookout 

In Chase of Saint-Castin 
Atlan 74: 35 
Queen of the swamp 

In Queen of the swamp 
Renault. Sec Catherwood, M. H. Little 

Renault 
Rose day 

In Queen of the swamp 
Serena 

In Queen of the swamp 
Atlan 49: 752 
Skeleton on Round Island 
In Mackinac and lake stories 
Harper 96: 524 
Spanish Pegg; a story of young Illinois 

In Spanish Peggy 
Spirit of an Illinois town 

In Spirit of an Illinois town 
Stirring of? 
In Queen of the swamp 
Lippinc 31:303 
Sweetness 
In Queen of the swamp 
Liv Age 222: 664 
T'fergore 

In Queen of the swamp 
Vacant house 

In Lippinc 37- 431 
White islander 

In Cent 46: 222 
Windigio 

In Chase of Saint-Castin 
Atlan 73: 526 
Wolfe's cove 

In Chase of Saint-Castin 
Atlan 73:79 
Woman in armor 
In Woman in armor 
Catherwood's data of ethics. Train, A. C. 
Cat's-paw strike. French, A. W. 
Caught. Henry, O. 
Caught. Maupassant, G. de 
Caught in the very act. Maupassant, G. de 
Caught in Toy town. Bangs, J. K. 
Cause of it all. Tolstoi, L. N. 
Cause of the difficulty. Harris, J. C. 
Cautious king and the all-wise woman. 

Freeman, M. E. W. 
Cavalleria rusticana. Verga, G. 
Cave of Adullam. Brown, A. 
Cavin Edward kirk militant. Crockett, 

S. R. 
Cecca's lover. Allen, G. 
Cecil Castlemaine's gage. Ouida 
Cecilia the Pharisee. Michelson, M. 



Cecil's tryst. Payn, J. 
Cecily. Hopkins, W. J. 
Celestial chat. Phillpotts, E. 
Celestial railroad. Hawthorne, N. 
Celestial slingers. Jokai, M. 
Cellars of Rueda. Quiller-Couch, A. T. 
Celtic beauty. MacManus, S. 
Cenotaph. Earlc, M. T. 
Centaur. Guerin, G. M. de 
Centurion of the thirtieth. Kipling, R. 
Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel de, 1547-1616 
Liberal lover 
In Jessup, A. and Canby, H. S. Book 
of the short story 
Chad Gadya. Zangwill, I. 
Chained to virtue. Thanet, O. 
Chair of philanthromathematics. Henry, 

O. 
Chaldean magician, an adventure in Ronie, 
in the reign of the Emperor Diocletian. 
Eckstein, E. 
Chali. Maupassant, G. de 
Challenge. Brown, A. 
Challenge! Maartens, M. 
Challoner's adventure: The squire of dames. 
Story of the destroying angel. Steven- 
son, R. L. 
Chalmer's gold piece. Gray, D. 
Chamber of light. Morrison, A. 
Chamber over the gate. Bates, A. 
Chambers, Robert William, 1865- 
Amourette 

In Hampton 26:530 
Becasse 

In Harp W 48: Ja 16 p 98 
Black Water 

In Maker of moons 
Eng Illust 15: 546 
Blue-bird weather 
In Blue-bird weather 

Cosniopol 51:843; 52:124 
Boy's sister 

In Maker of moons 
Bridal pair 
In Tree of heaven 
Harper 106:84 
Carpet of Belshazzar 

In Tree of heaven 
Case of Mr. Helmer 
In Tree of heaven 
Harper 109: 769 
Crime 

In Maker of moons 
Daughter of the revolution 

In Hampton 27:330 
Demoiselle d'Ys 

/;; King in yellow 
Envoi 

In Mystery of choice 
Ex curia 
In Tree of heaven 
Scrib M 36: 240 
Fire-warden 

In Young man in a hurry 
Harper 108: 930 
Ghost of chance 
III Tree of heaven 
Everybody's 13: 146 
Golden pool 
III Tree of heaven 

Harp W 47: D 12 p 1967 



48 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Chambers, Robert William— C(W)/!;M/f(/. 
How love came 

/;; Cur Lit 33- 43^ 
In Nauvoo 

1)1 Young man in a hurry 
In the name of the Most High 

In Maker of moons 
Eng Illust i6: 305 
lole 

In lole 
Lords of creation 

In Hampton 27: 131 
Maker of moons 

In Maker of moons 
Eng Illust 15:315 
Man at the next table 

In Maker of moons 
Market-hunter 

In Youny man in a hurry 
Marlitt's shoes 

In Young man in a hurry 
Harper 106:682 
Mask 

In King in yellow 
Matter of eugenics 

In Hampton 26:675 
Matter of interest 

In Alystery of choice 
Cosmopol 23:315, 421 
Messenger 

In Mystery of choice 
Scrib M 21 : 194 
Xon-coml^atants 

In Harper 109: 831 
One man in a million 

In Young man in a hurry 
Harper 103: 944 
Orchard-land, a chilaren's story 

In Orchard-land 
Out of the depths 

In Tree of heaven 
Outdoorland 

In Outdoorland 
Pasque Florida 

In Young man in a hurry 
Harper 107: 583 
Passeur 

In Mystery of choice 
Eng Illust 18:62 
Path-master 

In Young man in a hurry 
Picketts 

In McClure 7: 437 
Pilgrim 

In Young man in a hurry 
Harper 103:358 
Pleasant evening 

In Maker of moons 
l'om])c funebre 

In Mystery of choice 
Pro bono publico 

In Hampton 27: 19 
Prophet's paradise 

In King in yellow 
Purple emperor 

In Mystery of choice 
Repairer of reputations 

In King in yellow 
River-land; a story for children 
In Riverland 



Rue Barree 

In King in yellow 
Shining band 

In Young man in a hurry 
Sign of Venus 
In Tree of heaven 
Harper 108:99 
Silent land 

In Maker of moons 
Special messenger 

In Harper no: 344 
Street of Our lady of the fields 

1)1 King in yellow 
Street of the first shell 

In King in yellow 
Street of the four winds 

In King in yellow 
Swastika 

1)1 Tree of heaven 
Tree of dreams 

In Tree of heaven 
Trouble for two 

In Harper 109: 390 
White shadow 

In Mystery of choice 
Wolf! W^olfl 

1)1 Harper's \V 47: 1912 
Yellow sign 

1)1 King in yellow 
Yo espero 

In Scrib M 21 : 413 
Young man in a hurry 
In Young man in a hurry 
Harper 107: 377 
Chamisso, Adalbert, von (Louis Charles 
Adelaide de Chamisso), 1781-1S38 
Peter Schlemihl; the shadowless man 
In Wonderful liistory of Peter Schlem- 
ihl 
Mabie, H. W., and Strachey, L. 
Little masterpieces of fiction, v 5 
Stories by foreign authors, German 
Champagne. Chekhov, A. P. 
Champion of the weather. Henrj^, O. 
Champions. Harriman, K. E. 
Championship. Morris, G. 
Champney, Elizabeth (Williams) (Mrs. 
James Wells Champney) 1850- 
Heartbreak cameo 
In Stories by American authors, v 6 
Chan Tow, the highrob. Fernald, C. B. 
Chance child. Mayo, I. 
Chance of Araminta. Freeman, M. E. W. 
Chance Samaritan. Cameron, M. 
Chandra's vengeance. Frere, M. 
Change of air. Van Dyke, H. 
Change of heart. Hawkins, A. H. 
Change of heart; a drama. James, H. 
Change of heart. SpofTord, H. P. 
Change of treatment. Jacobs, W. W. 
Change of views. Payn, J. 
Changed man. Hardy, T. 
Changed view. Donncll, A. H. 
Changeling. Jacobs, W. W. 
Clianging nunil)ers. Jacobs, W. W. 
Channing, Grace Ellery. Sec Stetson. 

G. 1'. C. 
Chanson de Bolieme. Henry. O. 
Chaparral Christmas gift. Henry, O. 
Chaparral prince. Henry, O. 
Chajiel of case. Davis, Rebecca II. 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



49 



Chaperon. Hibbard, G. A. 
Chaperon. James, II. 
Chaplin, Heman White, 1847- 
Eli 
In Stories by American authors v 9 
Cent 23: 131 
Village convict 

In Stories by American authors v 6 
Charcoal sketches. Sicnkiewicz, H. 
Charge for France. Heard, J., jr. 
"Charge it"; or. Keeping up with Harry. 

Bacheller, I. 
Chariot of hre. Ward, E. S. P. 
Ciiarity. Bovct, M. A. de 
Charity. Boyesen, H. H. 
Charles Ashmore's trail. Bierce, A. 
Charley's coup. London, J. 
Charlie Whittler's Christmas party. Page, 

T. N. 
Charm dispelled. Sec Maupassant, G. de. 

Discovery 
Charm of the stable. Maupassant, G. de 
Charmed life. Davis, Richard H. 
Charmer of snakes. Hichens, R. S. 
Charming family. Gissing, G. R. 
Charming woman. Jerome, J. K. 
Chase of Saint-Castin. Catherwood, M. H. 
Chase of the fin-back whale. Duncan, N. 
Chase of the tide. Duncan, N. 
Chase overnight. Connolly. J. B. 
Chasing a major-general. Remington, F. 
Chasing a rainbow. Futrelle, J. 
Chasing the white mail. Warman, C. 
Chasse-Croise. Zangwill, I. 
Chastening of Sally. Vorse, M. H. 
Chat with Xanthippe. Bangs, J. K. 
Chateau of Prince Polignac. Trollope, A. 
Chatelaijie of Burnt Ridge. Harte, B. 
Chatelaine of La Trinite. Fuller. H. B. 
Chatelaine of Vergi. Marie de France 
Chatelaine sans chateau. Ouida 
Chatter-box. Wyatt. E. F. 
Chautauquaed. Kipling, R. 
Cheap boat. Vorse, M. H. 
Cheap tour. Payn, J. 
Cheapness of the boat. Vorse. M. IT. 
Cheating the gallows. Zangwill, I. 
Check and countercheck. See Matthews, 
J. B., and Jessop, G. H. Tale of twenty- 
five hours 
Checked imagination. Bjornson, B. 
Checked love affair. Ford, P. L. 
Checkmate. Maupassant, G. de 
Cheerful glacier. Austin, M. H. 
Cheese-soup. Daudet, A. 
Chekhov, Anton Pavlovich, i860- 1904 
Agatha 

In Stories of Russian life 
At home 

In Black monk 

Stories of Russian life 
At the manor 

In Black monk 
Bad conduct. See Chekhov, A. P. "Kasch- 

tanka" 
Beggar 

In Stories of Russian life 
Black monk 
In Black monk 



Champagne 

In Stories of Russian life 
Children 

In Stories of Russian life 
La cigale 

In The kiss 
Death of an oflicial 

In Stories of Russian life 
Decoration 

In Stories of Russian life 
Dreams 

In Stories of Russian life 
Event 

In Black nunik 
Family council 

In Black monk 
Father 

In Black monk 
Head gardener's tale 

In The kiss 

Stories of Russian life 
Hush 

In Stories of Russian life 
In exile 

In Black monk 

Esenwein, J. P>. Short story master- 
pieces, Russian v 2 
Fortn 80: 529 
Lippinc 90: 370 
In the ravine 

Fn Stories of Russian life 
"Kaschtanka." Bad conduct 

/;; New Eng M n s 39: 564 
Kiss 

In The kiss 
Lean and fat 

In Stories of Russian life 
Little Jack 

In Stories of Russian life 
Malefactor 

In Stories of Russian life 
Man in the case 

/;; Stories of Russian life 
Mass for the dead 

In The kiss 
Murder will out 

/// Stories of Russian life 
Muzhiks 

/;;, The kiss 
Night before Easter 

In Stories of Russian life 
Not wanted 

In Stories of Russian life 
On the way 

/;; Black monk- 
Stories of Russian life 
On trial 

In The kiss 
Overseasoned 

In Stories of Russian life 
Oysters 

In The kiss 
Philosophy at home 

In Short stories Oct 1891 
Princess 

In The kiss 
Privy councillor 

In The kiss 
Reed 

/;; The kiss 



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INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Chekhov, Anton Pavlovich — Ccn/i^nd'c/. 
Robbers 

In Stories of Russian life 
Rothschild's liddlc 

In Black monk 
Runawaj^ 

In The kiss 
Safety match 

In Hawthorne, J. Library mystery and 
detective stories, German, etc. 
Sleepy-eye. Sec Chekhov, A. 1'. Sleepy 

head 
Sleepyhead 

In Black monk 

Cosmopol 41 : 151 
Street scene in Russia [frcmi Chameleon] 

In Canad M 24: 556 
Terrible nipht 

/;; Cur Lit 42: 112 
Troublesome guest 

/;; Stories of Russian life 
Trousseau 

In Stories of Russian life 
Two tragedies 

In Black monk 
Verotchka 

In The kiss 
Ward No. 6 

In Black monk 
Without a title 

In Stories of Russian life 
Woe 

/;; Tlic kiss 
^^'omen 

/;; The kiss 
Zinotchka 
In The kiss 
Chekko and Uncle Ben. Warmaii, C. 
Chelkash. Gorky, M. 
Chemistry class. Phillpotts, E. 
Cheneviere, Adolphe, 1S55- 
Tonton 

In Patten, W. International short stor- 
ies V 3 
Cherchez la fcmme. Henry, O. 
Cherokee Hall. Lewis, A. H. 
Cherokee Hall plays poker. Lewis, A. H. 
Cherry. Tarkington, B. 
Cherry orchard. Edgeworth, M. 
"Cherry ripe." Phillpotts, E. 
("herrycotc. Harrison, C. C. 
Chesnutt, Charles Waddell, 1858- 
Baxter's Procrustes 

In Atlan 93: 823 
Bouquet 

/;; Wife of his youth 
Atlan 84:648 
Bunch of 3-ellow roses 

/;; Liv Age 225: 63 
Cicely's dream 

In Wife of his youth 
Conjurer's revenge 
In Conjure woman 

Overland n s 13: 623 
Dave's neckliss 

In Atlan 64: 500 
Goo])hered grapevine 
In Conjure woman 
Atlan 60: 254 



Gray Wolf's lia'nt 

In Conjure woman 
Her Virginia Mammy 

In Wife of his youth 
Hot-foot Hannibal 
In Conjure woman 
Atlan 83 : 49 
March of progress 

In Cent 61 : 422 
Mars Jeem's nightmare 

In Conjure woman 
Matter of principle 

In Wife of his youth 
Passing of Grandisson 
In Wife of his youth 
Po' Sandy 

/;; Conjure woman 
Sheriff's children 1 

In Wife of his youth 
Sis' Becky's pickaninny 

In Conjure woman 
Swaj'-backed house 

In Outlook 66: 588 
Uncle Wellington's wives 

In Wife of his youth 
Web of circumstance 

In Wife of his youth 
Wife of his youth 
In Wife of his youth 
Atlan 82: 5^ 
Chest of silver. Hornung, E. W. 
Chesterfield's postal cards to his son. 

Matthews, J. B. _ 
Chevalier de Resseguier. Aldrich. T. B. 
Chevalier of Pensieri-Vani. Fuller, H. B. 
Chevalier Saint Agar. Trumbull, A. E. 
Chick of the Easter tgf;:. Howells, W. D. 
Chickama;uga. Bierce, A. 
Chickens. Ferber, E. 

Chief and his fellow dogs. Smith. F. H. 
Chief clerk's Christmas. White, W. A. 
Chief engineer. Osbournc, L. 
Chief factor. Parker, G. 
Chief of the devorants. See Balzac, H. de. 

Ferragus 
Chief operator. Ward, E. S. P. 
Le chicn d'or. Besant, W. 
Child. Donncll, A. H. 
Child. Galsworthy. T. 
Child. "Maupassant. G. de 
Child Christoiiher and Goldiluid the I'air. 

Morris. W. 
Child in the garden. Merrick, L. 
Child of light. Crosbv, M. 
Child of the age. Bovesen, H. H. 
Child of the Ghetto. Zangwill. T. 
Child of the Jago. Morrison, .\. 
Child of the phalansterv. .Mien, G. 
Child of the rain. Peattie, E. W. 
Child of Urbino. Ouida 
Child spv. See Daudet, A. Boy spy 
Child who had evervthing but — . Bangs, 

J. K. 
Children. Bacon, J. D. 
Children. Chekhov. A. P. 
Children mav be wiser than their parents. 
See TdlstoT, L. N. Texts for woodcuts. 
Children of the barren. Stetson, G. E. C. 
Children of the public. Hale. E. E. 
Children of the zodiac. Kipling, R. 
Children of water. Sharp, W. 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



51 



Children of wind :iiul the clan of peace. 

Sharp, W. 
Children's crusade. Sec Peattie, E. W. With 

scrip and staff. 
Children's hearts. Bourget, P. 
Child's dream of a star. Dickens, A. 
Child's letter. Field, E. 
Child's mother. Deland, M. 
Child's story. Dickens, C. 
Chilhowee lily. Craddock, C. E. 
Chinitcra. Hawtliornc, N. 
Chimes. Dickens, C. 
Chinago. London, J. 
Chinese ambassador. Halevy, L. 
Chinese girl graduate. Douglas, R. K. 
Chip. Hopkins, M. S. B. 
Chippings with a chisel. Hawthorne, N. 
Chiropodist. Taylor, B. 
Choice. Galsworthy, J. 
Choice. Wharton, E. 

Choice of Cyril Harjohn. Jerome, J. K. 
Choice spirits. Jacobs, W. W. 
Choolah. Sec Craddock, C. E. Exploit of 

Choolah 
Choosing time. Moulton, L. C. 
Chopin of the gutter. Huneker, J. G. 
Choy Susan. Bishop, W. H. 
Chrisna; the queen of the Danube. Sain- 

tine, J. X. B*. 
Christ in Flanders. Balzac, H. de 
Christening. Maupassant, G. de 
Christian Gellert's last Christmas. Auer- 

bach, B. 
Christian Lahnsen's baron. Theden, D. 
Christie Johnstone. Reade, C. 
Christmas accident. Trumbull, A. E. 
Christmas and Rome. Hale, E. E. 
Christmas at Goldberg. Peattie, E. W. 
Christmas at Peace Haven. Grenfell, W. T. 
Christmas at the Trimbles. Stuart, R. ]\I. 
Christmas at Thompson Hall. Trollope, A. 
Christmas banquet. Hawthorne, N. 
Christmas before last. Stockton, F. R. 
Christmas, beggar's. Wyatt, E. F. 
Christmas bells. Spofford, H. P. 
Christmas betrothal. Coppee, F. 
Christmas burglary. Quiller-Couch, A. T. 
Christmas by injunction. Henry, O. 
Christmas carol. Dickens, C. 
Christmas child. Schock, G. 
Christmas chime. Cameron, M. 
Christmas club. Eggleston, E. 
Christmas, Conscript's. Harris, J. C. 
Christmas crime. IBishop, W. H. 
Christmas day on Old Windy mountain. 

Craddock, C. E. 
Christmas devotee. French, A. W. 
Christmas, Dick Spindler's. Harte, B. 
Christmas dinner. Dickens, C. 
Christmas episode of the plantation. Stuart, 

R. M. 
Christmas eve. Maupassant, G. de 
Christmas eve concert. Allen, G. 
Christmas eve on Lonesome. Fox, J., jr. 
Christmas-eve revel in the Marais. Daudct, 

A. 
Christmas eve under the Terror. Bourget, 

P. 
Christmas every day. Howells, W. D. 
Christmas fantasy, with a moral. Aldricli, 

T. B. 



Christmas feast. Father Balagnerc's. Dau- 

det, A. 
Christmas fiddle. Austin, M. H. 
Christmas for Big Amc. Fox, J., jr. 
Christmas geese. Stuart, R. M. 
Christmas gift, chapparal. Henry, O. 
C'hristmas gift of Thaddeus. Bangs, J. K. 
Christmas gift, Penelope's. Jordan, E. G. 
Christmas gift that came to Rupert. Harte, 

B. 
Christmas gift, V'an Valkenburg's. Jordan, 

E. G. . J . 

Christmas gifts. Stuart, R. I\L 
Christmas guest. Kelly, M. 
Christmas guest. Lagerlof, S. 
Christmas guest. See Stuart, R. AL Sonny, 

a Christmas guest 
Christmas handicap. Connolly, J. B. 
Christmas hare-hunt in old Virginia. Sec 

Page, T. N. Long hill-side 
Christmas, Her. Freeman, ]\L E. W. 
Christmas Jenny. Freeman, ]\L E. W. 
Christmas, Josiah's first. Freeman, M. E. W. 
Christmas, Journey in search of. Wister, O. 
Christmas joy that came to Betty. French, 

Christmas Kalends of Provence. Janvier, 

T. A. 
Christmas lady. Freeman, M. E. W. 
Christmas, Little lady who wouldn't spoil. 

Long, J. L. 
[Christmas] Lost! Dec. 25th. Thanet, O. 
Christmas lovers. Coppee, F. 
[Christmas] Mamsell Fredrika. Lager- 

15f, S. 
Christmas masquerade. Freeman, M. E. W. 
Christmas miracle. See Craddock, C. E. His 

Christmas miracle 
[Christmas] Misadventures of John Nichol- 
son. Stevenson, R. L. 
Christmas, Mr. Davidson's last. Watson, J. 
Christmas monks. Freeman, M. E. W. 
Christmas mummers. Hopkins, M. S. B. 
Christmas mystery. Locke, W. J. 
Christmas night. Lagerlof, S. 
Christmas, Night before. Harris, J. C. 
Christmas night with Satan. Fox, J., jr. 
Christmas, Old-time. Davis, C. B. 
Christmas, Old-time. Dunbar, P. L. 
Christmas party, Charlev Whittler's. Page, 

T. N. 
Christmas party. Woolson, C. F. 
Christmas passage, Joy of a. Connolly, 

J. B. 
Christmas peace. Page, T. N. 
Christmas picture. Barr, R. 
Christmas possum, Mt. Pisgah's. Dunbar, 

P. L. 
Christmas present. Heyse. P. J. L. 
Christmas present for a "lady. Kelley, M. 
Christmas, Recruit at. Davis, C. B. 
Christmas rose. I-egend of. Lagerlof, S. 
Christmas shadrach. Stockton, F. R. 
Christmas, Shakespeare's. Quiller-Couch, 

A. T. 
Christmas sing in our village. Freeman, M. 

E. W. 
Christmas sketch: Salvette and Bernadon. 

Daudet, A. 
Christmas spirit, Carmichael's. Davis, 

C. B. 



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INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Christmas, Stephen Skarridge's. Stockton, 

F. R. 

Christmas stocking, Whistling Dick's. 

Henry, O. 
Christmas, Stolen. Freeman, M. I£. W. 
Christmas storms and sunshine. Gaskcll, 

E. C. 
Christmas storj-: Captain Eli's best ear. 

Stockton, F. R. 
Christmas story; Mr. Blake's walking-stick. 

Eggleston, E. 
Christmas story of a little church. King. 

G. E. 

Christmas stor>-. Return. Bazin. R. 
Christmas story, unlinislied. Henry, O. 
Christmas, Summer. Maartens, M. 
Christmas supper in the Marais. Sec Dau- 
det, A. Christmas-Eve revel in the 
Marais 
Christmas tree. Austin, M. II. 
Christmas tree, First. Van Dj'ke. H. 
Christmas tree on Pigeon. Fox, J., jr. 
Christmas truants. Stockton, F. R. 
Christmas venture; a romance of Valley 

Forge. Mitchell, S. W. 
Christmas waits in Boston. Hale, E. E. 
Christmas wreck. Stockton, F. R. 
Christopher. See Harris, M. In the inter- 
ests of Christopher 
Christopher II. Donnell, A. H. 
Christopherson. Gissing, G. R. 
Christophorus. Ward, E. S. P. 
Chrystal's centurv. Hornung, E. W. 
Chu Chu. Harte, B. 

("humming with a savage. Stoddard, C. W. 
Chums. Gorky, M. 
Chun Ah Chun. London, J. 
Church mouse. Freeman, M. E. W. 
Church of San Pablo, Seville. Smith, F. H. 
Church with an overshot wheel. Henry, O. 
Churching of Grandma Pleasant. Dunbar, 

P. L. 
Churchwarden's brother. Allen, G. 
Cicatrice. IMorris, G. 
Cicely's dream. Chesnutt, C. W. 
La cigale. Chekhov, A. P. 
Cigar divan. See Stevenson. R. L. Pro- 
logue of the cigar divan 
Cinderella. Bland, E. N. 
Cinderella. Davis, Richard H. 
Cinderella. Perrault, C. 
Cinderella; or the glass slipper. (Adapted.) 

Scudder, FI. E. 
Cinnamon roses. l-"reeman, M. I'.. W. 

Cipher. Parker, G. 

Cipher, Lost. Weyman, S. J. 

.007; story of a locomotive. Kipling, R. 

Circe's palace. Hawthorne, N. 

Circular tour. Jacobs, W. W. 

Circulating library. Donnell, A. II. 

Circumstance. SpofYord, H. P. 

Circumstances. Cahan, .\. 

Circus. Bland, E. N. 

Circus at Denby. Jewett, S. O. 

Circus charger. Halevy, L. 

Circus Dan. Harbcn, W. N. 

Citizen and the traveller. Stevenso)i, R. L. 

Citizen of the roads. Gibbon, P. 

Citizen Schneider. Erckmann, E., and Cha- 
trian, A. 



City editor's conscience. Williams, J. L. 

City of dreadful night. Henry, O. 

City of dreadful night. Kipling, R. 

City of dream. Crockett, S. R. 

City of the beast. Jokai, M. 

City of the Gone Away. Bierce, A. 

City of the sea. Jerome, J. K. 

City urchin and the chaste villagers. Crane, 

S. 
Civil servant. Hale, E. E. 
Clair de lunc. Maupassant, G. dc 
Clammer. Hopkins, W. J. 
Clan of No-name. Crane, S. 
Clancy. Connelly, J. B. 
Clara Militch. Turgenev, I. S. 
Clarence. I farte, B. 
Clarence at the ball. Fernald, C. B. 
Clarence's mind. Fernald, C. B. 
Clarice. Spofford, H. P. 
Clarice of the autumn concerts. Bennett, E. 

A. 
Clarion call. Flenry, O. 
Clarissa's own child. Comer, C. .\. 
Clash of sentimentalists. Miller, .\. D. 
Claude Gueux. Hugo, V. 
Clavis. Slosson, A. T. , 

Claws of the tiger. Morris, G. 
Clear field. Cutting, M. S. 
Cleeve court. Quiller-Couch, A. T. 
Clemens, Samuel Langhorne (Mark Twain, 
pseud.) 1835-1910 
Adam's diary. See Clemens, S. L. l^x- 

tracts from Adam's diary 
Adventure of Huckleberry Finn; with an 
account of the famous Grangerford- 
Shepherdson feud 
III Cent 29: 268 
At the appetite cure 

In Writings [Harper] v 23 
Cosmopol 25: 425 
Aurelia's unfortunate j^oung man 
In Writings [Harper] v 19 

Writings [.'\mer Pub Co] v 19 
Sketches, new and old 
Burlesque biography 

In Writings [Harper] v -^4 
$30,000 bequest 
Californian's tale 

In Writings [Harper] v 24 
$30,000 bequest 
Harper 104: 601 
Cannibalism in the cars 
In Writings [Harper] v 10 

Writings [Amer Pub Co] v 19 
. Sketches, new and oUl 
Canvasser's tale 
In Writings [Harper] v 20 

Writings [Amer Pub Li>| v 20 
Tom Sawyer abroad 
Atlan 38:673 
Capitoline Venus 
In Writings [Harper] v 19 

Writings [Amer T^d) Co] v 19 
Sketches, new and idd 
Captain's story 

In Merry tales 
Case of George Fisher 
In Writings [Harper] v i«) 

Writings [Amer Pub Co] v 19 
Sketches, new and old 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



53 



Curious book; complete 
In Writings [Harper] v 21 

Writings [Amer Pub Co] v 21 
American claimant 
£ico,coo,ooo banknote 
Curious dream 
In Writings [Harper] v 19 

Writings [Amer Pub Co] v 19 
Sketches, new and old 
Curious experience 

III Cent 23: 35 
Death-disk 

III Harper 104: 19 
Disgraceful persecution of a boy 
In Writings [Harper] v 19 

Writings [Amer Pub Co] v IQ 
Sketches, new and old 
Dog's tale 

III Writings [Harper] v 24 
Dog's tale 
$30,000 bequest 
Harper 108: 11 
Double-barrelled detective story 
III Double-barrelled detective story 
Harper 104: 254, 430 
Edward Mills and George Benton; a tale 
III Writings [Harper] v 24 
$30,000 bequest 
Encounter with an interviewer 
In Writings [Harper] v 20 

Writings [Amer Pub Co] v 20 
Tom Sawyer abroad 
Enemy conquered; or Love triumphant. 

See Clemens, S. L. Curious book 
Esquimau maiden's romance 
In Writings [Harper] v 23 

Man that corrupted Hadleyburg 
Cosmopol 16: 53 
Eve's diary 
In Eve's diary 
Harper 112:25 
Experience of the McWilliamscs with 
membraneous croup 
In Writings [Harper] v 19 

Writings [Amer Pub Co] v 19 
Sketches, new and old 
Extract from Captain Stormfield's visit 
to Heaven 
In Extract from Captain Stormfield's 
visit to Heaven 
Harper 116: 41, 266 
Extracts from Adam's diary 
In Extracts from Adam's diary 
Harper 102:762 
Fable 

In Harper 120: 70 
Facts concerning the recent carnival ol 
crime in Connecticut 
In Writings [Harper] v 20 

Writings [Amer Pub Co] v 20 
Tom Sawyer abroad 
Facts concerning the recent resignation 
In Writings [Harper] v 19 

Writings [Amer Pub Co] v 19 
Sketches, new and old- 
Facts in the case of the great beef con- 
tract 
In Writings [Harper] v 19 

Writings [Amer Pub Co] v 19 
Sketches, new and old 



l'"i\-c boons of life 

III Writings [Harper] v 24 
$30,000 bequest 
From the "London Times" of 1904 
In Writings [Harper] v 23 

Man tliat corrupted Hadleyburg 
Cent 57: 100 
General Washington's negro body-ser- 
vant 
In Writings [Harper] v 24 
$30,000 bequest 
Ghost story 

In Writings [Harper] v 19 

Writings [Amer Pub Co] v ig 
Sketches, new and old 
Golden arm [In How to tell a story] 
In Works [Harper] v 23 

Man that corrupted Hadleyburg 
Great revolution in Pitcairn 
In Writings [Harper] v 20 

W^ritings [Amer Pub Co] v 20 
Tom Sawyer abroad 
A tlan 43:295 
Helpless situation 

In Writings [Harper] v 24 
$30,000 bequest 
Horse's tale 
In Horse's tale 

Harper 113: 327,_ 539 
How I edited an agricultural paper 
In Writings [Harper] v 19 

Writings [Amer Pub Co] v 19 
Sketches, new and old 
How the animals of the wood sent out a 
scientific expedition. Pt i of Some 
learned fables 
In Writings [Harper] v 19 

Writings [Amer Pub Co] v 19 
Sketches, new and old 
How the animals in the wood completed 
their scientific labors. Pt 2 of Some 
learned failles 
/;; Writings [Harper] v 19 

Writings [Amer Pub Co] v ig 
Sketches, new and old 
How the author was sold in Newark 
In Writings [Harper] v 19 

Writings [Amer Pub Co] v 19 
Sketches, new and old 
Is he living or is he dead? 
In Works [Plarper] v 23 

Man that corrupted Hadleyburg 
Cosmopol 15: 629 
Jim's investments, and King Sollerman 

In Cent 29: 456 
Journalism in Tennessee 
III Writings [Plarper] v rg 

Writings [Amer Pub Co] v ig 
Sketches, new and old 
Judge's spirited woman 

/;; Writings [Harper] v ig 

Writings [Amer Pub Co] v 19 
Sketches, new and old 
Jumping frog 

In Writings [Harper] v 19 

Writings [Amer Pub Co] v 19 

Jumping frog 

Man that corrupted Hadleyl)urg 

(extracts) 
Sketches, new and old 
No Am R 158:446 
Overland, n s 40: 287 



54 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Clemens, Samuel Langhorne—C o)i!iniu'il. 
Jumping frog' of Calaveras. See Clemens, 

S. L. Jumping frog 
Killing of JuHus Caesar localized 
1)1 Writings l Harper] v 19 

Writings [Amer Tub Co] v ly 
Sketches, new and old 
Legend of Sagenfeld, in Germany 
In Writings [Harper] v 20 

Writings [Amer Tub Co] v 20 
Tom Sa\v3'er abroad 
Lionizing murderers 
In Writings [Harper] v ly 

Writings [Amer Pub Co] v ly 
Sketches, new and old 
Loves of Alonzo Fitz Clarence and Ros- 
annah Ethelton 
In Writings [Harper] v 20 

Writings [Amer Pub Co] v 20 
Tom Sawj-er abroad 
Luck 

hi Writings [Harper] v 21 

Writings [Amer Pub Co] v 21 
American claimant 
Merry tales 
Harper 83:407 
j\Ian that corrupted Hadleyburg 
In Writings [Harper] v 23 

Man that corrupted Hadleyburg 
Harper 100:29 
Mediaeval romance 

III Writings [Harper] y 19 

Writings [Amer Pub Co] v ig 
Sketches, new and old 
Overland, n s 50:483 
Meisterschaft: in three acts 
In Writings [Harper] v 21 

\Vritings [Amer Pub Co] v 21 
American claimant 
Merry tales 
Cent 35:457 
Merry tales. [Private history of a cam- 
paign that failed; Luck; Curious ex- 
perience Mrs. McWilliams and the 
lightning; Meisterschaft in three acts] 
In Waitings [Harper] v 21 

Writings [Am pub co ] v 21 
American claimant 
£r, 000,000 bank note 
/;; Writings [Harper] v 21 

Writings [Amer Pub Co] v 21 
American claimant 
£1,000,000 bank note 
Cent 45:338 
Mrs. McWilliams and the liglitning 
In Writings [Harper] v 21 

Writings [Amer Pub Co] v 21 
American claimant 
Merry tales 
My bloody massacre 

fn Writings [Harper] v iQ 

Writings [Amer Pul) Co] v to 
Sketches, new and old 
My late senatorial sccretaryshii) 
/;.' Writings [Harper] v 10 

\yritings [.\mer Pub Cn] v 10 
Sketclies, new and old 
My watcli — an instructive little tale 
fn Writings [Harper] v ly 

Writings [Amer Pub Co] v U) 
Sketches, new and did 



Mysterious visit 

In Writings [Harper] v 19 

Writings [Amer Pub Co] v ly 
Sketches, new and old 
Niagara 
hi Writings [Harper] v 19 

Writings [Amer I'ub Co] v ig 
Sketches, new and old 
Petrilied man 

In Writings [Harper] v 19 

Writings [Amer Pub Co] v 19 
Sketches, new and old 
Playing courier 

//; \Vritings [Harper] v 21 

Writings [Amer Pub Co] v 21 
American claimant 
£1,000,000 bank note 
Political economy 
In Writings [Harper] v 19 

Writings [Amer Pub Co] v 19 
Sketches, new and old 
Private history of a campaign tliat failed 
In Writings [Harper] v 21 

Writings [Amer Pub Co] v 21 
American claimant 
Merry tales 
Cent 31: 193 
Private history of the jumping frog 
stories 
In Writings [Harper] v 23 
Punch, brothers, punch 

In Writings [Harper] v 20 

Writings [Amer Pub Co] v 20 
Tom Sawyer abroad 
Rogers 

III Writings [Harper] v 20 

Writings [Amer Pub Co] v 20 
Tom Sawyer abroad 
Science vs. luck 

/// Writings [Harper] y 19 

Writings [Amer Pub Co] v 19 
Sketches, new and old 
Siamese twins 

/;; Writings [Harper] y 19 

Writings [Amer Pub Co] v 19 
Sketches, new and old 
Some learned fables for good old boys 
and girls. 3 pts. 
In Writings [Harper] y 19 

Writings [Amer Pub Co] v ly 
Sketches, new and old 
Stolen white elephant 

In Writings [Harper] y 20 

Writings [Amer Pub Co] v 20 
Tom Sawyer abroad 
Story of the bad little boy 
In Writings [Harper] y 19 

Writings [.^mer Pub Co] v 19 
Sketches, new and old 
Story of the good little boy 
In Writings [Harper] v tq 

Writings [.\mer Pub Co] v 19 
Sketches, new and old 
$30,000 bequest 

/;; Writings | Harper] v 24 
$30,000 bequest 
Harp W 48: 1870 
Tom Sawyer abroad 

/;/ Writings [Har])er] v 20 

Writings [.\nier Pub Co] v 20 
Tom Sawyer abroad 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



55 



Tom Sawyer, detective 

In Writings [Harper] v 20 

Writings [Amer Pub Co] v 20 
Tom Sawyer abroad 
Harper 93:344. 5i9 
True story 

In W'ritings [Harper] v 19 
Sketches, new and old 
Writings [Amer Pub Co] v 19 
Two little tales . 

In Cent 63: 24 
Undertaker's chat 
In Writings [Harper] v 19 

Writings [Amer Pub Co] v 19 
Sketches, new and old 
Was it Heaven? or hell? 
In Writings [Harper] v 24 
$30,000 bequest 
Harper 106: 11 
Clerk's conscience. Payn, J. 
Clerk's quest. Moore, G. 
Clever Lady Sophia. Norris, W. E. 
Clever necromancer. Sherwood, M. P. 
Clever thief. (Tibetan) 

In Hawthorne, J. Library mystery and 
detective stories. Oriental 
Clients of Aaron Green. Lewis, A. H. 
Cloak. Gogol, N. V. 
Clochette. Maupassant, G. de 
Clock in the sky. Cable, G. W. 
Clock of Bougival. Daudet, A. 
Clockmaker and his wife. Harraden, B. 
Clocks of Rondaine. Stockton, F. R. 
Clod of the valley. Moulton, L. C. 
Clodhopper. King, G. E. 
Cloisonne vase. Cutting, M. S. 
Closed room. See Burnett, F. H. In the 

closed room 
Closet. Maupassant, G. de 
Closing of Santa Claus' door. French, A. W. 
Cloth of gold. Ward, E. S. P. 
Cloud on the mountain. Foote, M. H.^ 
Clouds and sunshine. See Reade, C. Course 

of true love never did run smooth 
Cloverfield's carriage. Stockton, F. R. 
Clown. Maupassant, G. de 
Clown and the Columbine. Seawell, M. E. 
Club benefactor. Payn, J. 
Club chestnuts warmed over. Smith, F. H. 
Club-fooled grocer. See Doyle, A. C. Story 

of the club-footed grocer 
Clue. Brown, A. 

Coal from the embers. Fuller, H. B. 
Coal oil Johnny. Osbourne, L. 
Coals of fire. Bland, E. N. 
Coat of red lead. Smith, F. H. 
Cobbler in the devil's kitchen. Cather- 

wood, M. H. 
Coccaro the clown. Davis, C. B. 
Cock crowed. Maupassant, G. de 
Cock of the walk. Freeman, M. E. W. 
Cocked hat. Alargon, P. A. de 
Coco. Maupassant, G. de 
Cocotte. Maupassant, G. de 
Code of the corps. King, C. 
Codger. Galsworthy, J. 
Coffin, R. T. 

How old Wiggins wore ship 
In Stories by American authors v 9 
Coffin-maker. Pushkin, A. S. 



Cogan Capeador. Connolly, J. B. 
Cold greeting. Bierce, A. 
Cold heart. Hauff, W. 
Cold iron. Kipling, R. 
Cold snap. Bellamy, E. 
Collaboration. James, H. 
Collaboration. Jordan, E. G. 
Collaborators. Hichens, R. S. 
Collaborators. Quiller-Couch, A. T. 
Collector's inconsistency. Watson, J. 
College and the circus. Williams, J. L. 
College friends. Amicis, E. de 
College girl. Bacon, J. D. 
College men. Williams, J. L. 
Colleging of Simeon Gleg. Crockett, S. R. 
Collins, Wilkie, i. e. William Wilkie, 1824- 
1889 
After dark 

In After dark 
Anne Rodway 

In Queen of hearts 
Biter bit 

In Queen of hearts 
Black cottage 

In Queen of hearts 
"Blow up with the brig!" 
In After dark 
Miss orMrs.? 
Caldron of oil 

In Patten, W. International short 
stories v 2 
Dead alive 

In After dark 

Canad M 5: 16, 128 
Dead hand 

In Queen of hearts 
Dream-woman 
In Queen of hearts 

Hawthorne, J. Library mystery and 

detective stories, Scotch-English 
Temple Bar 42:547; 43: 125 
Events in the lives of a lady and her 
lovers 
In "I say no" 
Family secret 

In Queen of hearts 
Fatal cradle; otherwise, The heart-rend- 
ing story of Mr. Heavyside 
In After dark 
Miss or Mrs.? 
Fatal fortune 
In After dark 

All the year 33- U, 37 
Fauntleroy 

In Queen of hearts 
Frozen deep 
In After dark 

Temple Bar i: 145, 289 
Ghost's touch 
In Ghost's touch 
"I say no" 
Heart-rending story of Mr. Heavyside. 

See Collins, W. Fatal cradle 
How I married him 
In Belgravia 46: 29s 
Eclectic M 98:383 
"I say no"; or. The love-letter answered 

1)1 "I say no" 
Love-letter answered. See Collins, W. 'T 
say no" 



56 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Collins, Vfilkie— Continued. 
Mad Monckton 

/;; Queen of hearts 
Miss or Mrs.? 
In After dark 
Miss or Mrs.? 
Mr. Lismore and the widow 

In Stories by English authors, England 
My lady's money 
/)( Ghost's touch 
"I say no" 
Mysterious cash-box. See Collins, W . 

Stolen mask 
Mystery of Marnieduke 
/;; Temple Bar 55:53 
Old maid's husband 

In Belgravia 6i : 278 
Our last walk 

In Ghost's touch [Lovell] 
Parson's scruple 

In Queen of hearts 
Percy and the prophet 
1)1 Ghost's touch 
"1 say no" 

Air the year round 38 ^upp 
Harper 55^440 
Plot in private life 

/;; Queen of hearts 
Sailor's story 

In After dark 
She loves and lies 

In Belgravia 52: 285 
Shocking story 
In Shocking story 

Belgravia 37- supp i 
Internal R 5:847 
Stolen mask; or The mysterious cash-box. 
A story for a Christmas fireside 
In Stolen mask 
Terribly strange bed 

In Stories by English authors, trance 
Household words 5:129 
Yellow mask 
In Yellow mask 

Household words 11:529 
Colonel Amnion and the Franklin syndicate. 

Train, A. C. ^ . 

Colonel Baigent's Christmas. Quiller- 

Couch, A. T. _ 
Colonel Breretons aunty. Bunner, 11. L 
Colonel Carter of Cartersville. Smith, I<H. 
Colonel Carter's Christmas. Smith, 1-. H. 
Colonel Chabert. Balzac, H. de 
Colonel CHpsham's calendar. Hale, E. E. 
Colonel Coyote Chubbs. Lewis, A. H. 
Colonel Eph's shoe-buckles. Stowe, H. 1'. 
Colonel Ingham's journey. Hale, E. E. 
Colonel Myles' adventures in Africa and 

India. Stockton, F. R. 
Colonel Odminton. A seciucl tn A republic 

without a president. Ward, W. 1). 
Colonel Spaight's prejudices. I lawtliornc. 

Colonel Starlxittle fur tlic plaiiililT. llartc, 

B. 
Colonel Starbottle's client, liarlc, 1'-. 
Colonel Stcrett's marvels. Lewis, A. II. 
Colonel Sterctt's panther hunt. Lewis. 

A. H. 
Colonel Stcrett's war record. Lewis, A. II. 



Colonel Withersby's "strike." Janvier, 

T. A. 
Colonel's awakening. Dunbar, P. L. 
Colonel's boy. Weyman, S. J. 
Colonel's Christmas. SpofYord, H. P. 
Colonel's idea. Maupassant, G. de 
Colonel's ideas. See Maupassant, G. de. 

Colonel's idea 
Colonel's '"nigger dog." Harris, J. C. 
Colonel's organization. Bacheller, I. 
Colonel's venture. Davis, Rebecca H. 
Colonial dame. Thanct, O. 
Colonial stories. Hawthorne, N. 
Colonna, Luis 
First mass 

In Brooks, W. Stories from four lan- 
guages 
Color bearer. Pratt, L. 
Color line. Pratt, L. 
Color sergeant. Daudet, A. 
Color studies. Janvier, T. A. 
Columbine of Cripple creek. Warman, C. 
"Come in. New Year." Stockton, F. R. 
Comedies played gratis. See Balzac, H. de. 

Gaudissart II 
Comedy in crape. Bates, A. 
Comedy in rubber. Henry, O. 
Comedy of Candlestick cove. Duncan, N. 
Comedy of conscience. Mitchell, S. W. 
Comedy of crime. Maartens, M. 
Comedy of error. Sienkicwicz. H. 
Comedy of the war. Harris, J. C. 
Comer, Cornelia Atwood Pratt 
At the end of the w^orld 

In Book of martyrs 
Breaking in of Bob Herries 

In Putnam's 6: 349 
Clarissa's own child 
In Preliminaries 
Atlan 109: 739 
Consuming lire 

In Book of martyrs 
Drawing the color line 

In Harp W 52: O 17 P 22 
Folly o' the wise 

In Putnam's 7: 441 
Hardesty's cowardice 
In Book of martyrs 
Honor of a gentleman 

/;( Book of martyrs 
Indian gift 

In Scrib M 3i-6^^ 
Instance of chivalry 

/;; Book of martyrs 
Kinzer portraits 

lu Atlan 105: 77 
Land of youth 

/;; Putnam's 7: 582 
Little gray ghost 

/;/ Atlan 109: 311 

Long inheritance • 

/;/ Preliminaries 

Atlan 108: 145 

Making of a doctor 

/;; Putnam's 5: 610 
Man in front of Mannering's 

/;/ Harper 127: 41 
Massey money 

In Atlan 1 1 1 : 320 
()l)se(iuies of Peter Sclnvarz 
/;; Harper i-'7; 894 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



h7 



Preliminaries 
In Preliminaries 
Atlan 1 06: 669 
Rival 

In Book of martyrs 

Serene's religious experience 

In Book of martyrs 

Cent 45: 285 

Soul of William Jones 

In Cent 59: 832 
Unearned increment 

In Book of martyrs 
Witherle's freedom 
In Book of martyrs 
Cent 26: 98 

Comer. Train, A. C. 

Comet. Erckmann, E., and Chatrian, A. 

Comfort. Galsworthy, J. 

Comfort Pease and her gold ring. Free- 
man, M. E. W. 

Comforter. Bremer, F". 

Comforter. Jordan, E. G. 

Coming of night. Davis, Rebecca H. 

Coming of the Huns. Doyle, A. C. 

Coming of the prince. Field, E. 

Coming-out of Maggie. Henry, O. 

Commandeering of the Lucy Foster. Con- 
nolly, J. B. 

Commendable crime. Coppee, F. 

Commission in lunacy. Balzac, H. dc 

Committee man of "the terror." Hardy, T. 

Committee on matrimony. Cameron, M. 

Commodore Vandebilt and the hand-made 
gentleman. Bacheller, I. 

Common sense. Hearn, L. 

Common story. Balestier, W. 

Commonest possible story. Perry, B. 

Commonplace Carrie. White, E. O. 

Communist's wife. Thanet, O. 

Community's sunbeam. Jordan, E. G. 

Compair Lapin's godchild. Fortier, A. 

Compartment number 4, Cologne to Paris. 
Smith, F. H. 

Compelled to. Strindberg, J. A. 

Compensation. Galsworthy, J. 

Compensation. Strindberg, J. A. 

Complete life of John Hopkins. Henry, O. 

Complete misunderstanding. Crosby, M. 

Compliments of the season. Henry, O. 

Composite wife. Spofford, H. P. 

Comprehension of private Copper. Kipling, 
R. 

Compulsory assistant. Wyatt, E. F. 

Compulsory diversion. Jokai, W. 

Compulsory marriage. Strindberg, J. A. 

Comrade! See Gorky, M. Comrades 

Comrades. Gorky, M. 

Comrades. Ward, E. S. P. 

Conal and Donal and Taig. IMacManus, S. 

Concealed weapons. Hopkins, M. S. B. 

Concentrated polyandry. Janvier, T. A. 

Concerning Billy Lufif and ]\Iaster Good- 
kind. Duncan, N. 

Concerning Corkey Minimus. Phillpotts, E. 

Concerning my Aunt Ellen. ]\Iorris, G. 

Concerning Papadacky. Phillpotts, E. 

Concerning St. John of Jerusalem. Quiller- 
Couch, A. T. 

Concerning tribal warfare. Vorse, M. H. 

Concert of company eight. Daudet, A. 



Conciliator of Christendom. Zangwill, I. 
Conclusion — likewise Mr. Billy Jones. 

Bangs, J. K. 
II conde. Conrad, J. 

Condy Shearan's courtin'. MacManus, S. 
Cone. Wells, H. G. 

Conference of the powers. Kipling, R. 
Confession. Bourget, P. 
Confession. Brown, A. 
Confession. Harris, J. C. 
Confession. Maupassant, G. de 
Confession of a house-breaker. Jcwctt, S. 

O. 
Confession of Charles Linkworth. Benson, 

E. F. 
Confessional. Wharton, E. 
Confessions of a husi^and. Bacon, J. D. 
Confessions of an engaged couple. Hib- 

bard, G. A. 
Confidante. Harland, H. 
Confidence. Hale, E. E. 
Confidence men abroad. Train, A. C. 
Confidential postscript. Matthews, J. B. 
Conflict ended. F'reeman, M. E. W. 
Confronting life. Gorky, M. 
Confusion of idols. Stetson, G. E. C. 
Confusion of Talky Jones. Lewis, A. H. 
Conjured kitchen. Thanet, O. 
Conjurer's confessions. Houdin, R. 
Conjurer's revenge. Chesnutt, C. W. 
Conjuring contest. Dunbar, P. L. 
Connolly, James Brendan (Bennet) 1868- 
i^mericanization of Roll-Down Joe 
In Crested seas 
Scrib M 41 : 575 
Battle-cruise of the Svend Foyn 

In Scrib M 54: 330 
Between shipmates 

In Crested seas 
Blasphemer 
In Crested seas 
Scrib M 39: /Oi 
Captain Blaise 
In Wide courses 
Scrib M 50: 129 
Chase overnight 
/;; Out of Glocester 
Scrib M 29: 496 
Christmas handicap 
In Open water 
Scrib M 44:683 
Clancy 

In Out of Gloucester 
Cogan Capeador 
In Wide courses 
Harper 123: 682 
Commandeering of the Lucy Foster 

In Crested seas 

Consuming flame 

/;; Open water 

Hampton 24: 177 
Cruise of the "Bounding Boy'' 

In Open water 
Dance 

In Crested seas 
Don Quixote Kiernan, pump-man 

In Wide courses 
Dory-mates 

In Deep sea's toll 
Scrib M 37:530 



58 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Connolly, James Brtndan—Contiiiitrd. 
Drawn shutters 
In Crested seas 
Scrib M 40: 460 
Each to his lights 

In Harper 112: 953 
Emigrants 

In Open water 
Eisherman of Costla 
In Out of Gloucester 
Scrib M 32:344 
Flying Colleen Bawn 

In Scrib M 34:25 
From Reykjavik to Gloucester 

In Out of Gloucester 
Gree Gree Bush 
/;; Open water 

Hampton 24: 618 
Harsh word 
In Crested seas 
Scrib M 42: 294 
Heroes 
In Open water 

Collier's 45: Jl 30 P 13 
Ice-dogs 
In Crested seas 
Harper 115: 605 
Illimitable senses 
In Crested seas 
Harper 115: 70i 
In the anchor watch 
In Harper 127: 624 
In the matter of a bale of blankets 

In Scrib M 54: 744 
Jan Tingloff 

In Wide courses 
Joy of a Christmas passage 

In Crested seas 
Laying of the hose-pipe ghost 
In Wide courses 
Harper 122: 860 
Light-ship 67 

In Wide courses 
Magnetic hearth 
In Crested seas 
Harper 114: 99 
Olympic victor; a story of modern games 

In Olympic victor 

On George's shoals 

In Deep sea's toll 

Scrib M 38:63 

On the bottom of the dory 

In Crested seas 
On the echo o' the morn 
In Out of Gloucester 
Scrib i\I 29: 659 
Patsie Oddie's black night 
Jn Deep sea's toll 
Scrib M 38: 163 
Running to harbor 

In Scrib M 33: 142 
Sail-carriers 

In Deep sea's toll 
Salving of the bark I'liUer 
In Deep sea's toll 
Scrib M 38:462 
Scliool we lost 

In Outlook 77: 84 
Sea-faker 
In Open water 



Seizure of the "Aurora Borealis" 
In Wide courses 

Collier's 48: D 16 p 20 
Snnigglers 
In Crested seas 
Scrib M J 1:402 
Sonnic-boy's people 
In Scrib M 54: 145 
Strategy and seamanship 
In Deep sea's toll 
Scrib M 37: 309 
Tommy Ohlsen's western passage 
In Out of Gloucester 
Scrib U 32:432 
Truth of the "Oliver Cromwell"' 
In Deep sea's toll 
Scrib M 37:83 
Tshushima straits 
In Open water 

Hampton 25: 710 
Venture of the "Flying Hind" 

In Open water 
Wicked "Celestine" 
/;; Deep sea's toll 
Scrib M 3T-^11 , 
Wireless night at Hai-Po bay 

In Hampton 24: 469 
Wrecker 

In Wide courses 
Harper 120: 548 
Conquering corps badge. King, C. 
Conquering hero and fool. Strindberg, J. A. 
Conqueror. Locke, W. J. 
Conquerors. Davis, C. B. 
Conquerors of New York. Ralph, J. 
Conquest of Alaska. Warman, C. 
Conquest of humility. Freeman, ]\I. E. ^^^ 
Conquest of Mexico. Janv'er, T. A. 
Conrad, Joseph (Joseph Conrad Korzeni- 
owski) 1837- 
Amy Foster 

In Falk 
Anarchist 
In Set of six 

Harper 113: 406 
Aristocrat. [Prince Roman] 
In Metropolitan Mag Jan 1012 

Oxford and Caml)ridgc Review Ja '12 
Big Brierly 

In Liv Age 229: 331 
Black mate 

In London M April 1908 
Brute 
In Set of six 

McClure 30: 72 
II conde 

In Set of six 
Duel. See Conrad, J. Point of honor 
End of the tether 
/;; Youth 

Blackw 172: 1, 202, 393, =^20, b"^^, 794 
I', -ilk 

/;; Falk 
Freya of the Seven Isles 
In 'Twixt land and sea 
Gasper Ruiz 

In Set of six 
Heart of darkness 
In Youth 

Blackw 165: 193, 479, 634 
Liv Age 225:665; 220: 21 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



59 



Her captivity 

In Blackw 178: 3^5 
Idiots 

In Tales of unrest 
Informer 
In Set of six 

McClure 30: 72 
Inn of the two witches 
In Metropolitan Mag May 1913 
Pall Mall M 1913 
Karain: a memory 
In Tales of unrest 
Blackw 162:630 
Liv Age 215: 796 
Lagoon 

In Talcs of unrest 

Cornhill 75: 59 

Outpost of progress 

III Tales of unrest 

Cosmopolis 6: 607; 7: i 
Partner 

In Harper 123: 850 
Point of honor [Duel] 
In Point of honor 
Set of six 

Forum 40:89, 142, 229, 348 
Prince Roman. See Conrad, J. Aristo- 
crat 
Return 

In Talcs of unrest 
Secret-sharer 
In 'Twixt land and sea 
Harper 121: 349, 530 
Set of six 

In Set of six 
Smile of fortune 

In 'Twixt land and sea 
To-morrow 
In Falk 
_ Pall Mall M 27:533 
'Twixt land and sea 

In 'Twixt land and sea 
Youth: a narrative 
In Youth 

Blackw 164: 309 
Conscience and the gondola. Vorse, M. 11. 
Conscience in art. Henry, O. 
Conscience of a business man. Thanet, O. 
Conscious Amanda. Stockton, F. R. 
Conscript. Balzac, H. de 
Conscript's Christmas. Harris, J. C. 
Conscript's hollow. Craddock, C. E. 
Consegues. Bourget, P. 
Consequences. Kipling, R. 
Conservatory. Maupassant, G. de 
Consideration. See Maupassant, G. dc. 

Bombard 
Consolate giantess. Janvier, T. A. 
Conspiracy aboard the "Midas." Quiller- 

Couch, A. T. 
Conspiracy of Mrs. Bunker. Hartc, B. 
Conspirators. Merimee, P. 
Constable's move. Jacobs, W. W. 
Constance Weatherell and Bridget Brady. 

Trask, K. N. 
Constant tin soldier. Andersen, H. C. 
Consul. Davis, Richard H. 
Consultation. Mitchell, S. W. 
Consuming fire. Comer, C. A. 
Consuming flame. Connolly, J. B. 
Consummation. Galsworthy, J. 

* Book not listed. 



Containing Mr. Alexander MacWhirter's 
views on Lord Ponsonby, Major Yancey 
and their kind. Smith, F. H. 
Containing several experiences and adven- 
tures showing wide contrasts in life. 
Smith, F. H. 
Contented man. Irving, W. 
Contest. Doyle, A. C. 
Contraband of war. Jacobs, W. W. 
Contract. Maartens, M. 
Contrast. Edgeworth, M. 
Contribution. Henry, O. 
Convalescence of Gerald. Pangborn, G. W. 
Convalescence of Jack Hamlin. Harte, B. 
Conversion. Mitchell, S. W. 
Conversion. Morrison, A. 
Conversation of a classicist. See Gautier, 

T. Daniel Jovard 
Conversion of Aurelian McGoggin. Kip- 
ling, R. 
Conversion of Constantia. Bacon, J. D. 
Conversion of Hetherington. Bangs, J. K. 
Conversion of Johnny Harrington. Jordan, 

E. G. 
Conversion of St. Wilfrid. Kipling, R. 
Convert of the mission. Harte, B. 
Converts. Zangwill, I. 
Convict's return. Harben, W. N. 
Cook-book diary. Donnell, A. H. 
Cook of the "Gannet." Jacobs, W. W. 
Cooke, Rose (Terry) 1827-1892 
Miss Beulah's bonnet 
*\In Somebody's neighbors] 

Tappan, E. M. Children's Hour 10: 

383 
Harper 60: 570 
Cooking-class. Alcott, L. M. 
Cooking of Crazy Butch. Lewis, A. H. 
Coon-dog. Jewett, S. O. 
Cooper, James Fenimore, 1 789-1857 
Corporal Flint's murder 
In Patten, W. International short 
stories v i 
Cooper and the wolves. Boyesen, H. H. 
Cooper of Nuremburg. Hoffman, E. T. W. 
Cop and the anthem. Henry, O. 
Copeland collection. Crosby, M. 
Copernican convoy. Quiller-Couch, A. T. 
Coppee, Francois i. e. Francois Edouard 
Joachim, 1842-1908 
Accident 

In Ten tales 
Adoption 

In Tales for Christmas 
Chaut 53 : 249 
At table 

In Ten talcs 
Bachelor's experience 

In Outlook 76: 229 
Captain's vices 
In Ten tales 
Christmas betrothal 
In Cosmopol iS: 323 
Cur Lit 45: 113 
Christmas lovers 

In Tales for Christmas 
Commendable crime 
In Tales for Christmas 



6o 



IXDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Coppee, Francois —Continued. 
Cure for iinhappiness 

In True riches 
Dramatic funeral 
In Ten tales 

Theatre 32: 13 
Dressing-maid 

/;; Tales for Christmas 
Forgiveness 

In Talcs for Christmas 
Foster sister 

In Ten tales 
Hand-organ 

In Tales for Christmas 
Holy medal 

In Outlook 65:874 
Little stationer 

In Tales for Christmas 
Lost child 

In Tales for Christmas 
Louis d'or 

In Tales for Christmas 
]\Iy friend IMeutrier 

/;; Ten tales 
Piece of bread 

In Patten, W. International short 
stories v 3 
Pillar of the cafe 

In Tales for Christmas 
Poet and the courtesan 

In Tales for Christmas 
Repayment 

In True riches 
Rivals 
In Rivals 

Harper 85 : 884 
Sabots of little Wolff 

In Ten tales 
Substitute 
In Ten tales 

Esenwein, J. B. Short story master- 
pieces V I 
Stories by foreign authors, French 
Warner library 
Lippinc 68:583 
Two clowns 

In Ten tales 
Voluntary death 

In Ten tales 
W^onderful Christmas gift 
In Liv Age 215:887 
Coppelius, the sandman. See Hoffmann, E. 

T. W. Sandman 
Copper charm. Morrison, A. 
Copper stove. Grenfell, W. T . 
Copperhead. Frederic, H. 
Copy; a dialogue. Wharton, E. 
Copy-cat. Freeman, M. E. W. 
Coral ring. Stowe, H. B. 
Corban. Phillpotts, E. 
Cordelia's night of romance. Ralph, J. 
Cordial relations. Hawkins, A. II. 
Corelli, Marie (Minnie Mackay) 1864- 
Angel's wickedness 
In Angel's wickedness 
Cameos 

Song of Miriam 
Distant voice 
In Cameos 

Song of Miriam 



Ghost in the sedan-chair 
In Christmas greeting 
Hired baby 

In Stories by English authors, London 
Jane. A social incident 

In Jane 
King Buttercup's wedding 

In Christmas greeting 
Lady v^ith the carnations 
In Cameos 

Song of Miriam 
Temple Bar 79: 54 
Laurels of the brave 

In Christmas greeting 
Mademoiselle Zephyr 
In Cameos 

Song of Miriam 
Nehemiah P. Hoskins, artist 

In Cameos 
Old bundle 
In Cameos 

Song of Miriam 
Idler 7: i?7 
One of the world's wonders 
In Cameos 

Song of Miriam 
Temple Bar 74: 3q6 
Silence of the Maharajah 
/;; Cameos 

Silence of the jMaharajah 
Song of Miriam 
Song of Miriam 
/;; Cameos 

Song of INIiriam 
Soul of the newly-born 
In Cameos 

Song of Miriam 
Swimming shoes 

/;; Christmas greeting 
Three wise men of Gotham 
In Cameos 

Three wise men of Gotham 
Tiny tramps 
In Cameos 

Song of ^liriam 
Withering of a rose 
/;; Cameos 

Song of Miriam 
Corinna. Strindberg, J. A. 
Corinna's Fiammetta. Van Renssalaer, M. 

G. 
Cormorants. See Korolenko, V. G. Sketches 

of a Siberian tourist 
Cornet. Alargon, P. A. de 
Cornwallis. See Page, T. N. True story of 

the surrender of the Marquis Cornwallis 
Corny Clery's balance. MaclManus, S. 
Corny's catamount. Alcott, L. M. 
Coronation. Freeman, M. E. W. 
Corporal Flint's murder. Cooper, J. F. 
Corporal Sam. Quiller-Couch, A. T. 
Corpse-rider. Hearn, L. 
Corpus delicti. Post, M. D. 
Corrected contempt. Quiller-Couch, A. T. 
Cc^rrespondence. Tovote, H. 
Correspondence. Turgenev, I. S. 
Corridor of time. Huneker, J. G. 
Corrupting the press. Biercc, A. 
Corsican bandit. Maupassant, G. de 
Corsican bandits. Maupassant, G. de 
Corlelvou feud. Ford, P. L. 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



6i 



irst scalp. j\Iac- 



r guest. Henry, O. 
Heyse, P. J. L. 
DeQuincy, T. In- 



Cosmopolitanism of Mr. Powers. Loomis, 

C B. 
Cosmopolite in a cafe. Henry, O. 
Cossacks. Tolstoi, L. N. 
Costello the proud. See Yeats, W. B. Of 

Costello the proud 
Costly outing. Maupassant, G. de 
Costume piece. Hornung, E. W. 
Cosy lion, as told by Queen Crosspatch. 

Burnett, F. H. 
Cottage on the hill. Moulton, L. C. 
Cottage on the Viminal. Hale, E. E. 
Couch, Arthur Thomas Quiller-. See Quil- 

ler-Couch, A. T. 
Couleur de rose. Stetson, G. E. C. 
Council of state. Dunbar, P. L. 
Cnnn ^l assigned. ^ Andrews. IM. R. S. 
C o u n'seilor! MacKTan 
Counsellor MacCarty's 

Manus, S. 
Count. Watson, J. 
Count and the little Gertrud. Crockett 

S. R. 
Count and the wedding 
Count Ernest's home. 
Count Fitz-Hum. See 

cognito 

Count Pesaro; sixth story. Mitchell, D. G. 
Count Van Horn. Irving, W. 
Counterfeit presentment (farce). Howells, 

W. D. 
Countersign of the cradle. Van Dyke, H. 
Countess Alys. Sec Hewlett, '\l. Scriver- 

ner's tale 
Countess Bertha's honey-feast. Dumas, A. 
Countess decides. Barr, R. 
Countess Felicita's discovery. Hawthorne, 

Countess of Picpus. Hewlett, M. H. 
Countess Satan. Maupassant, G. de 
Counting-house. Turgenev, 1. S. 
Counting the colors. Gibbon, P. 
Counting the cost. Deland, M. 
Country Christmas. Alcott, L. M. 
Country cousin. Bacon, J. D. 
Country dreams and apparitions. Hogi 
Country excursion. ISIaupassant, G. de 
Country-folk in Paris during the siege 

Daudet, A. 
Country funeral. Hogg, J. 
Country lodgings. Mitford, M. R. 
Country of illusion. Henry, O. 
Country of the blind. Wells, H. G. 
Country where the mice eat iron. (xAdapt 

ed.) Tappan, E. M. 
County Clare angel. MacManus, 
County seat. Singmaster, E. 
Coup de grace. Bierce, A. 
Coup d' etat. Maupassant, G. de 
Couple of captains. Warman, C. 
Coupons of fortune. Cutting, M. 
Courage. Galsworthy, J. 
Courage of Ericson. Harben, W. N. 
Courage of the commonplace. Andrews 

R. S. 
Course of true love never did run smooth 

Reade, C. 
Court. See Page, T. N. He knew wha 

was due the court 
Court of last resort. Thanet, O. 



^, J. 



S. 



S. 



M. 



Courtesy of Christian, th<? highwayman. 

Hawkins, A. H. 
Courtin' on Cutshin. Fox, J., jr. 
Courting of Dinah Shadd. Kipling, R. 
Courting of Lady Jane. Bacon, J. D. 
Courting of Sister Wisby. Jewett, S. O. 
Courting of T'nowhead's Bell. Barric, J. 

M. 
Courtship of a careful man. ]\Iartin, E. S. 
Courtship of Susan Bell. TroUope, A. 
Courtship of Tammock. Crockett, S. R. 
Cousin Mary. Mitford, M. R. 
Cousin Mattie. See Hogg, J. Country 

dreams and apparitions 
Cousin of the king. Smith, F. H. 
Cousin Phillis. Gaskell, E. C. 
Cousin Rosalys. Harland, H. 
Cousin William. Stowe, H. B. 
Covered embers. Ward, E. S. P. 
Covering end. James, H. 
Covers for twelve. Peattie, E. W. 
Cow-house jirga. See Kipling, R. Smith 

administration 
Cow with the golden horns. Freeman, M. 

E. W. 
Cow with the golden horns. Harris, J. C. 
Coward. Gibbon, P. 
Coward. Mason, A. E. W. 
Coward. Maupassant, G. de 
Coward. Sharp, W. 
Coward. Wharton, E. 
Cowardice court. McCutcheon, G. B. 
Cowboy's funeral. Warman, C. 
Cox versus Prettyman. Quiller-Couch, A. 

T. 
Coxon fund. James, H. 
Cox's diary. Thackeray, W. M. 
Coyote-spirit and the weaving woman. 

Austin, M. H. 
Crab that made the tide. See Kipling, R. 

Crab that played with the sea 
Crab that played with the sea. Kipling, R. 
Craddock, Charles Egbert, pseud, (Mary 
Noailles Murfree), 1850- 
Among the cliffs 

In Young mountaineers 
A-playin' of Old Sledge at the settlemint 

In In the Tennessee mountains 
Baby in the mail-pouch 

In Ladies' H J: 26 D p 6 
Bewitched ball-sticks 

In Frontiersmen 
Borrowing a hammer 

/;; Y^oung mountaineers 
Bushwhackers 

In Bushwhackers 
Captive of the ada-wehi 

In Frontiersmen 
Casting vote 

In Mystery of Witch-face mountain 
Cent 47:47, 271 
Chilhowee lily 

In Raid of the guerilla 
Choolah. See Murfree, M. N. Exploit of 

Choolah 
Christmas day on Old Windy mountain 

hi Y'oung mountaineers 
Christmas miracle. See Murfree, M. N. 

His Christmas miracle 
Conscript's hollow 

In Young mountaineers 



62 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Craddock, Charles Egbert— Couliniicd. 
Crucial moment 
In Raid of the guerilla 
Lippinc 89: 535 
Dancin' party at Harrison Cove 
In In the Tennessee mountains 
Warner library- 
Down the ravine 

In Down the ravine 
Drifting down Lost Creek 
In In the Tennessee mountains 
Atlan 53: 362, 441 
Electioneerin' on Big Injun Mounting 

In In tlie Tennessee mountains 
Exploit of Choolah, the Chickasaw 

In Bushwhackers 
Fate of the cheerataghe 

In Frontiersmen 
"Harnt" that walks Chilhowee 
In In the Tennessee mountains 
Atlan 51: 660 
His Christmas miracle 
In Raid of the guerilla 
Atlan loS: 767 
His day in court 
In Phantoms of the foot-bridge 
Harper 76: 56 
His unquiet ghost 
In Raid of the guerilla 
Cent 83: 127 
In the "chinking" 

In Young mountaineers 
Linguister 

In Frontiersmen 
Lost guidon 
In Raid of the guerilla 
Lippinc 88: 259 
Man in the tree 

In Cent 80: 429 
Moonshiners at Hobo-Hebee Falls 

In Phantoms of the foot-bridge 
Mountain storm 

In Young mountaineers 
Mystery of Old Daddy's window 

In Young mountaineers 
Mystery of Witch-face mountain 
In Mystery of Witch-face mountain 
Atlan 76:331, 525, 651 
On a higher level 

In Young mountaineers 
Ordeal 

In Lippinc 88: 769 
Over on the t'other mounting 

In In the Tennessee mountains 
Panther of Jolton's ridge 

In Bushwhackers 
Phantom of Bogue Ilolauba 
In Raid of the guerilla 
Lippinc 89: 446 
Phantoms of the foot-bridge 
In Pliantoms of the foot-l)ridge 
Harper 88:81 
Raid of the guerilla 
In Raid of tlie guerilla 
Harper 119: 196 
Riddle of the rocks 

In Phantoms of tlic foot-bridge 
Romance of Sunrise I^ock 

III In tlic Tennessee mounlains 



Star in the valley 

In In the Tennessee mountains 
Atlan 42: 532 
Taking the blue ribbon at the county fair 

In ]\Iystcry of Witch-face mountain 
Them old moth-eaten lovyers 

In Cent 86: 120 
Una of the hill country 

In Raid of the guerilla 
Victor at Chungke 

In Frontiersmen 
Harper 100: 50S 
Visit of the turbulent grandfather 

In Frontiersmen 
Warning 

In Young mountaineers 
'Way down in Lonesome Cove 

In Phantoms of the foot-bridge 
Harper 72: 128 
'Way down in- Poor Valley 

In Young mountaineers 
Who crosses Storm mountain? 

In Raid of the guerilla 
Wolf's head 

In Raid of the guerilla 
Cradle. French, A. W. 
Cradle. Michelson, M. 
Craft of the three sharpers (Arabic) 

In Hawthorne, J. Library mystery and 
detective stories. Oriental 
Craigie, Mrs. Pearl Mary Teresa (Rich- 
ards) (John Oliver Hobbes, pseud.), 

1867-1906 
Bundle of life 

In Tales of John Oliver Hobbes 
Journeys end in lovers meeting 

In Tales about temperaments 
Prince Toto 

In Tales about temperaments 
Repentance 

In Tales about temperaments 
Sinner's comedy 

In Sinner's comedy 

Tales of John Oliver Hobbes 
Some emotions and a moral 

III Some emotions and a moral 
Tales of John Oliver Hobbes 
Some good intentions and a blunder 

In Some good intentions and a blunder 
Study in temptations 

/n Talcs of John Oliver Hobbes 
'Tis an ill flight without wings 

In Tales about temperaments 
Worm that God prepared 

In Tales about temperaments 
Crane, Stephen, 1 870- t 000 
Angel child 

In Whilomville stories 
P,lue hotel 

In The monster 
Bride comes to YclUnv Sky 

In Open boat 

IMcClure 10: 377 
Carriage lamps 

In Whilomville stories 
City urchin and (he chaste villagers 

In Whilomville stories 
Clan of No-name 

III Wounds in the rain 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



63 



Dark brown dog: 

In Cosmopol 30:481 
Death and the child 

In Open boat 
Desertion 

In Harper loi: 938 
Fight 

In Whilomville stories 
Five white mice 
In Open boat 
Fhmagan and his short fililnistcrinpr ad- 
venture 
In Open boat 

McCIure 9: 1045 
George's mother 

In George's mother 
God rest ye, merry gentlemen 
In Wounds in the rain 
Cornhill 79: 578 
Grey sleeve 

In Little regiment 
Eng Illust 14: 437 
I lis new mittens 
In The monster 
Cornhill 78: 630 
McClure 12:54 
Indiana campaign 
In Little regiment 
Eng Illust 16: 320 
Knife 

In Whilomville stories 
Little pilgrimage 

In Whilomville stories 
Little regiment 
In Little regiment 
McClure 7: 12 
Lone charge of William B. Perkins 
In Wounds in the rain 
McClure 13: 279 
Lover and the tell-tale 
In Whilomville stories 
Lynx-hunting 

In Whilomville stories 
Maggie, a girl of the streets 

In Maggie, a girl of the streets 
Making an orator 

In Whilomville stories 
Man and some others 
In Open boat 
Cent 53: 600 
Mariner's signalling under fire at Guan- 
tanamo 
In Wounds in the rain 
Monster 
In The Monster 
Harper 97:343 
Mystery of heroism 
In Little regiment 
One dash — horses 

In Open boat 
Open boat 
In Open boat 

Scrib M 21: 728 

Price of the harness 

In Wounds in the rain 

Blackw 164: 829 

Revenge of the Adolphus 

In Wounds in the rain 

Strand 18: 724 



Second generation 
In Wounds in the rain 
Cornhill 80: 734 
Self-made man 

In Cornhill 79: 324 
Sergeant's private mad-house 

In Wounds in the rain 
Shame 
In Whilomville stories 
"Showin' off" 

In Whilomville stories 
Stove 

In Whilomville stories 
Tale of mere chance 

In Eng Illust 14: 570 
This majestic lie 

In Wounds in the rain 
Three miraculous soldiers 
In Little regiment 
Eng Illust 15: 104 
Trial, execution, and burial of Homer 
Phelps 
In Whilomville stories 
Twelve o'clock 

In Pall Mall M 19:462 
Veteran 

In Little regiment 
McClure 7: 222 
Virtue in war 

In Wounds in the rain 
War memories 

In Wounds in the rain 
Wise men 
In Open boat 
Cranes. Sienkiewicz, H. 
Cranford. Gaskell, E. C. 
Crapy Cornelia. James, H. 
Crash. Maupassant, G. de 
Crawfish Jim. Lewis, A. H. 
Crazy Abe. Stuart, R. M. 
Crawford, Francis Marion, 1854-1909 
By the waters of Paradise 
In Uncanny tales 
Wandering ghosts 
Hawthorne, J. Library mystery ani 

detective stories, American 
Patten, W. International short 
stories v i 
Dead smile 

In Uncanny tales 
Wandering ghosts 
Doll's ghost 
In Uncanny tales 
Wandering ghosts 
For the blood is the life 
In Uncanny tales 
Wandering ghosts 
King's messenger 

In Cosmopol 44:89 
Man overboard! 
In Man overboard! 
Uncanny tales 
Wandering ghosts 
Screaming skull 
hi Uncanny tales 
Wandering ghosts 
Upper berth 
/» Uncanny tales 
Upper berth 
Wandering ghosts 



64 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Crazywell. Phillpotts, E. 
Crazy wife's ship. Bunner, H. C 
Creamery man of Molasses Gap. Garland, 

H. 
Created he them. London. J. 
Creating a vacuum; a Christmas story. 

Hopkins, M. S. B. 
Creature with no claws. Harris, J. C. 
Creatures that were men. Gorky, M. 
Creditors. Strindberg, J. A. 
Cree Quecrv and Mvsy Drolly. Barne, J. 

M. 
Cremona violin. Hofifmann, E. T. W. 
Cressv. Harte, B. 
Cricket on the hearth. Dickens, C. 
Crime. Chambers, R. W. 
Crime against beauty. Bates, A. 
Crime in Jedidiah Peeble's house. Dyar Al. 
Crime of Count Nikolas of Festenburg. ^ee 

Hawkins, A. H. Sin of the Bishop of 

Modenstein 
Crime of the brigadier. Doyle, A. C. 
Criminologist's club. Hornung, E. W. 
Crimson flag. Parker, G. 
Cripple. Maupassant! G. de 
Crippled hope. King, G. E. 
Crippled Mercury. Andrews, M. R. S. 
Crisis. Maupassant, G. de 
Crisis for the guard. Fox, J., jr. 
Criss cross. Freeman, M. E. W. 

Crockett, Samuel Rutherford, 1 860-1914 
Across the March dyke 

In Bog-myrtle and peat 
Adventure of Dona Isidra 

In Adventurer in Spain 
Adventure of the Way Thither 

In Adventurer in Spain 
Back o' beyont 

In Bog-myrtle and peat 
Beadle and martyr 

In Ind 52: 1772 
Billiam 

In Love idylls 
Biography of an "inefficient" 

In Bog-myrtle and peat 
Blue eyes of Ailie 

In Cornhill 81: 730 
Carnation's morning joy 

In Harp B 33: 1239 
Case of John Arniston's conscience 

III Bog-myrtle and peat 
Cavin Edward kirk militant 

In Bog-myrtle and peat 
City of Dream 

In Adventurer in Spain 
Colleging of Simeon Gleg 

In Bog-myrtle and peat 
Count and the little Gertrud 

In Love idylls 
Courtship of Tammock Thackanvraik, 
Ayrshire man 

In Bog-myrtle and peat 
Cry across the Black Water 

In Bog-myrtle and peat 
Cyrilla 

In Adventurer in Spain 
Dominie Grier 

In Bog-myrtle and peat 
Elsie's dance for her life 

In Cosmopol 32: 33 



Euroclydon 

In Bog-myrtle and peat 
Exercise book of Field-Marshall Prince 
Ilantz 
/;; Love idylls 
Feast of the dead and the living 

/;; Adventurer in Spain 
Fenwick Major's little 'un 
In Bog-myrtle and peat 
Finished young lady 

/;/ Bog-myrtle and peat 
I'itting of the peats 

In Love idylls 
Glistering lieacnes 

In Bog-myrtle and peat 
"God's babe" 

In Adventurer in Spain 
Golden morning 

/;; Sunday M 28: 721 
Golden mountain 
Iti Love idylls 
Good Samaritan 

In Adventurer in Spain 
Great right-of-way case 
III Bog-myrtle and peat 
"Heather lintie" 

In Stories by English authors, Scotland 
How love came home 

In Adventurer in Spain 
In a Carlist camp 

In Adventurer in Spain 
John 

In Bog-myrtle and peat 
Kit Kennedy, ne'er-do-well 

In Bog-myrtle and peat 
Lammas preaching 

/;; Patten. W. International short 
stories v 2 
Last Anderson of Deeside 
In Bog-myrtle and peat 
Last of the smugglers 

In Cosmopol 30: 93 
Little lame angel 

In Bog-myrtle and peat 
Love among the beech leaves 

/;; Love idylls 
Love of enemies. See Vernon the traitor 
Mac's enteric fever 

/;; Bog-myrtle and peat 
Mad Sir Uchtred of the hills 

/;; Love idylls 
Maria Perrone, murderess and saint 

III Cosmopolis 5: I 
Midnight free-traders 

In Adventurer in Spain 
Minister emeritus 

In Bog-myrtle and peat 
Minister of Dour 

In Bog-myrtle and peat 
IMinister's day 

In Bog-myrtle and peat 
Minister's loon 

In Bog-myrtle and peat 
Moth to the Arctic 

In Bog-myrtle and peat 
Old Tory 

/;/ Bog-myrtle and peat 
Outcast. See Crockett, S. R. Vernon the 

traitor 
Prodigal daughter 
In Bog-myrtle and peat 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



65 



Purple mountains 

In Love idylls 
Saint Lucy of the eyes 

In Bog-myrtle and peat 
Scottish Sabbath day 

In Bog-myrtle and peat 
Some wanderings of Zaida in her garden 

In Adventurer in Spain 
Stickit minister's love story 

In Patten, W. International short 
stories v 2 
Outlook 65: 38 
Strange thoughts of a beggar man 

In Adventurer in Spain 
That Polish fellow 

In Love idylls 
Troubler of Israel 

In Lippinc 65: 766 
Under the Red Terror 

In Bog-myrtle and peat 
Vernon the traitor [Love of enemies; 
Outcast] 
In Love idylls 
What happened after Mary McArthur cut 
her finger 
In Lippinc 68: 357 
Crocodile. Morris, G. 
Croesus and Solon. Tolstoi, L. N. 
Croesus of Gingerbread cove. Duncan, N. 
Croisilles. Musset, A. de 
Croker, Thomas Crofton, 1798-1854 
Daniel O'Rourke 

In Tappan, E. M. Children's hour 1 1449 
Cromwell's statue. Hale, E. E. 
Cronaraidh ghost. MacManus, S. 
Crooked branch. Gaskell, E. C. 
Crooked fir. Austin, M. H. 
Crooked John. Boyesen, H. H. 
Crooksie. Keats, G. 
Crop-eared Jacquot. Dumas, A. 
Crosby, Margaret 
Child of light 
In Violin obligato 
ScribM 3:551 
Complete misunderstanding 
/;; Violin obligato 
Scrib M 2:628 
Copeland collection 
In Violin obligato 
Scrib M 6:82 
Don Carlos 

In Harper 82: 758 
Islander 

In Violin obligato 
Scril) M 1:628 
Last Chance Gulch 
In Violin obligato 
Mad Englishman 
In Violin obligato 
Atlan 60: 261 
On the south shore 
In Violin obligato 
Harper 80: 564 
Passages from the journal of a social 
wreck 
/;; Violin obligato 

Stories by American authors v 7 
Violin obligato 
In Violin obligato 
Scrib M i: 120 



Cross lots to fame. Davis, C. B. 

Cross of the cree. Warman, C. 

Cross purposes. Macdonald, G. 

Cross roads, New York. Davis, C. B. 

Cross-ways. Phillpotts, E. 

Crossed gloves. Mason, A. E. W. 

Croucher — hopeless case: a crime doctor 

story. Hornung, E. W. 
Crowe, Mrs. Catherine (Stevens) 1800-1876 

Advocate's wedding-day 
In Johnson, R. Little classics v 8 
Crown of gold. Brown, A. 
Crowned with glory and honor. Andrews, 

M. R. S. 
Crowninshield's brush. Gray, D. 
Crow's nest. Harrison, C. C. 
Crows' singing lesson. Loomis, C. B. 
Croxley master. Doyle, A. C. 
Crucial moment. Craddock, C. E. 
Crucifixion of the outcast. Yeats, W. B. 
Cruel thousand years. Eernald, C. B. 
Cruise of the Albatross; or. When was 

Wednesday the tenth? Allen, G. 
Cruise of the "Bounding Boy." Connolly, 

J. B. 
Cruise of the Dazzler. London, J. 
Cruise of the "Ninety-three." Parker, G. 
Cruise of the Quinze Mille Vierges. Vorse, 

M. H. 
Cruise of the "Willing Mind.'' Mason, A. 

E. W. 
Crusade of the grand master of Alcantara. 

Irving, W. 
Crusoe in New York. Hale, E. E. 
Cry across the Black Water. Crockett, S. 

R. 
Cry of the child. Hichens, R. S. 
Cying Tommy. Seawell, M. E. 
Crystal. Bacon, J. D. 
Crystal egg. Wells, H. G. 
Crystal gazer. Futrelle, J. 
Cub reporter and the king of Spain. Wil- 
liams, J. L. 
Cuban cactus. Hopkins, M. S. B. 
Cuban morning. Bates, A. 
Cuckoo Valley railway. Quiller-Couch, A. 

T. 
Culidh Mhoire. Sharp, W. 
Cumberland vendetta. Fox, J., jr. 
Cumbersome horse. Bunner, H. C. 
Cumner's son. Parker, G. 
Cunning crone (Arabic) 

In Hawthorne, J. Library mystery and 
detective stories, Oriental 
Cunning snake. Harris, J. C. 
Cunning speech of Drumtochty. Watson, J. 
Cunningham, A. 

Haunted ships 
In Johnson, R. Little classics v 8 
Cup of cold water. Wharton, E. 
Cup of the Caldera. Phillpotts, E. 
Cupboard love. Jacobs, W. W. 
Cupid a la carte. Henry, O. 
Cupid and Psyche. See Apuleius. Story of 

Cupid and -Psyche 
Cupid and the hurdy-gurdy. Peattie, E. W. 
Cupid's arrows. Kipling, R. 
Cupid's exile number two. Henry, O. 
Cupid's revenge. Lamb, C. 



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INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Curate of Churnsidc. Allen, G. 

Curate of the Poltons. Hawkins, A. H. 

Curate's bump. Hawkins, A. H. 

Cure de Tours. Balzac, H. de 

Cure for love. Wells, IL G. 

Cure for unhappiness. Coppec, 1'. 

Cure of Cucugnan. Daudct, A. 

Cure of Hczekiah. Duncan, N. 

Cure that failed. Singmastcr, E. 

Cure's Christmas gift. Warman, C. 

L-ure's mignonette. Erance, A. ^ 

Cures of iivelina. Jordan, E. G. 

Curiosity of Carney. MacManus, b. 

Curious book; complete. Clemens, S. E. 

Curious dream. Clemens, S. E. 

Curious experience. Clemens, S. E. 

Curious fragment. Eondon, J. 

Curious history of a message, btockton, 

E. R. , ^ 

Curious if true. GaskcU, E. C 
Curly lish. Mitchell, S. VV. 
Curried cow. Bierce, A. 
Curse of Eve. Doyle, A. C. 
Curse of O'Sullivan the Red upon old age. 

See Yeats, W. B. Red Hanrahan's curse. 
Curse of Red Hanrahan. See Yeats, W. B. 

Red Hanrahan's curse 
Curse of the hres and of the shadows 

Yeats, W. B. _ ^^ ^ 

Curse of the heretic. MacManus, b. 
Cursed patois. Catherwood, M. \i. 
Cursory light. Huneker, J. G. 
Custody of the child. Morris, G. 
Custom-house people. Daudet, A. 
Cut and a kiss. Hawkins, A. H. 
"Cutta Cord-la." Hams, J. C. 
Cutting, Mrs. Mary Stewart (Doubleday) 

At the sign of the rubber plant 
In More stories of married life 
McClure 23: 207 
Because a woman wills 

In Ladies' H J 21: O p 12, 49 
Clear field 

In Just for two 
Cloisonne vase 
In Just for two 

Everybody's 21: 494 
Coupons of fortune 
In Little stories of courtship 
Harper 91: 670 
Daughter-in-law ^,^, , 

In Howells, W. D., and others. W hoh 
family ch 4 
Enchantment 

In Just for two 
Fairy gold _ . , ,.. 

In Little stones of married lite 
McClure 6: 57.3 
Few minutes with the grocer 

In Am M 64: 47 
Good dinner 
In Little stories of married life 
Ladies' II J 22: F p =548 
McClure 18:378 
Happiest time 
In Little stories of married life 
McClure 19: 424 
Henry 

In Little stories of courtship 



Her housecleaning day 

In Ladies' H J 26: Je p 12 
Heritage 

In Everybody's 13: 1/3 
Hinge ■ , ,t 

In More stories of married lile 
]\IcClure 25: 585 
I louse of life 

In Cosmopol 23 : 205 
In Cinderella's shoes 

In Little stories of courtship 
In regard to Josephine 
In Little stories of courtship 
McClure 24: 579 
In the family 

In McClure 24:538 
In the married quarters 

In Little stories of married life 
McClure 19: 248 
In the reign of Quintilia 

In Little stories of married life 
Harp B_36:502 
Kingdom of joy 

In McClure 35:559 
Lighted house 

In McClure 34: 169 
Little change for Edward 

/;; Am M 65: l6l 
Little Surprise 

In More stories of married life 
McClure 21 : 14 
Madonna of the toys: a Christmas story 
In More stories of married life 
Ladies' H J 22: D p 6 
Matrimonial episode 

In Little stories of married life 
Measure 

In Suburban whirl 

Everybody's 17: 554 
Miss Dream 

In Just for two 

Ladies' H J 26: F p 7 
Mr. Brand, the grocer 

In Ladies' H J 22: Ja p 4 
Mrs. Atwood's outer raiment 
In Little stories of married life 
McClure 18:476 
Mrs. Tremley 

In Suburban whirl 
McClure 29: 561 
Mother of Emily 

In More stories of married life 
Name of the firm 

In More stories of niarruHl life 
Not a sad story 

In Little stories of married life 
Oil of gladness 

In Harp B 41: ILSO 
On the ridge 

In Suburban whirl 
McClure 28: 177 
Original wedding present 

In Cent 67:888 
Path to Spain 

In Just for two 
Paying guests 

In Little stories of courtship 
Perfect tale 

In Little stories of courtship 
Everybody's 12:325 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



67 



Polly Townsend's rebellion 

III More stories of married liTc 
Portion of the youngest 

In More stories of married life 
Real sport 

In Dclin 78:85 
Saturday afternoon 
In Harp B 42: 994 
Song of a shirt 

In Am M 63: 211 
Strength of ten 

In Little stories of married life 
McClure ig: 541 
Suburban whirl 
In Suburban whirl 

Ladies' H J 24: Ja p 7; F p 1 1 ; Mr 
p 19; Ap p 21 
Sure test 

In Lippinc 75: 766 
Symphony in coal 

In More stories of married life 
]\IcClure 26: 567 
Taking a rest; monologue 

In Am M 66: 505 
Terminal 

In More stories of married life 
McClure 22: 526 
Tlieir second marriage 

In Little stories of married life 
McClure 14: 183 
Theme with variations 

In Am M 66: 81 
There was once a woman 

In Atlan 86: 705 
Thursday 

In Delin yy. 266 
Triumph of father 

In More stories of married life 
Under suspicion 

In Everybody's 16:849 
When love is kind 

In Little stories of courtship 
Delin 65: 242 
Wife 
In Just for two 

Everybody's 2i:iog 
Wings 

In Little stories of married life 
Cutting the forest. See Tolstoi, L. N. Wood- 
cutting expedition 
Cutwater of Seneca. Bunner, H. C. 
Cyclopedy. Field, E. 
Cynion and Iphigenia. Boccaccio, G. 
Cynical Miss Catherwaight. Davis, Rich- 
ard H. 
Cynthiana pet-named, "Original sin." Lewis, 

A. H. 
Cypress Hills. See Parker, G. Patrol of the 

Cypress Hills 
Cyril and tlie gnome. Loomis, C. B. 
Cyril Vane's wife. Miller, A. D. 
Cyrilla. Crockett, S. R. 
Cyrus Emmet: the unlucky man. Freeman, 

M. E._W. 
Czar's diamond. Perry, B. 

Daddy Deering. See Garland, H. Old Daddy 

Deering 
Daddy Jake, the runaway. Harris, J. C. 
Dafify-down-dilly. Wyatt, E. F. 
Daffydowndilly. See Hawthorne, N. Little 

Daffydowndilly 



Daily bread. See Sienkiewicz, H. For daily 

bread 
Daily bread; a story of a snow blockade. 

Hale, E. E. 
Daily morning chronicle. Trumbull, A. E. 
Dairt Lunan's political reminiscences. Bar- 

rie, J. M. 
Daisy Miller, a study. James, H. 
Daisy Miller (dramatized). James, 11. 
Daisy's jewel box, and how she lillcd it. 

Alcott, L. M. 
'Dam White. Loomis, C. B. 
Dame Fast and Pctter Nord. Lagerlof, S. 
Damned thing. Bierce, A. 
Dampmer mystery. Bangs, J. K. 
Dan Costard's tale of Peridorc and Para- 
vail. Hewlett, M. H. 
Dan Dunn's outfit. Ralph, J. 
Dan-nan-ron. Sharp, W. 
Dance. Connolly, J. B. 
Dance at Sceaux. See Balzac, H. de. Rural 

ball 
Dance programme. Zola, E. 
Dancers. See Maupassant, G. de. Minuet 
Dancin' party at Harrison cove. Craddock, 

C. E. 
Dancing academy. Dickens, C. 
Dancing man. Davis, C. B. 
Dancing master. Halevy, L. 
Dandy at his best. Ralph, J. 
Dandy Jim's conjure scare. Dunbar, P. L. 
Dandy Steve. Jackson, H. H. 
Danger of being a twin. Merrick, L. 
Danger of being too thorough. Page, T. N. 
Danger of delay. Tracy, V. 
Dangerous footpad. See Smith, F. H. With 

a detailed account, etc. 
Dangerous virtue. Boyesen, H. H. 
Dangerous wooing. Bjornson, B. 
Daniel and little Daniel. Freeman, M. E. W. 
Daniel and the devil. Field, E. 
Daniel Jovard; or. The conversion of a 

classicist. Gautier, T. 
Daniel O'Rourke. Croker, T. C. 
Dan'l Borem. By F. N-s W-t-t. Harte, B. 
Daphne. Sherwood, M. P. 
Daphnis. Quiller-Couch, A. T. 
Daphnis and Chloe. See Longus. Amours 

of Daphnis and Chloe 
D'Arfet's vengeance. Quiller-Coucli, A. T. 
Daring fiction. Boyesen, H. H. 
Dark brown dog. Crane, S. 
Dark horse. Hibbard, G. A. 
Dark nameless one. Sharp, W. 
Dark night's work. Gaskell, E. C. 
Darkened path. Gibbon, P. 
Darkness. Maupassant, G. de 
Darning-needle. Andersen, H. C. 

Dasent, Sir George Webbe, 1817-1896 
Boots and his brothers 
In Tappan, E. M. Children's hour i: 
273 
Boots who ate a match with the troll 
In Tappan, E. M. Children's hour i: 
308 
Buttercup 
In Tappan, E. M. Children's hour i : 
283 
Gudbrand on the hillside 

In Tappan, E. M. Children's liour i: 
312 



68 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Dasent, Sir George "Wehhe—Coutiiiucd. 
Husband who was to mind the house 
III Tappan, E. M: Children's liour i : 
280 
Lad who went to the north wind 
III Tappan. E. M. Children's hour i : 
303 
Not a pin to choose between them 

III Tappan, E. M. Children's hour 1: 
295 
Why the sea is salt 
In Tappan, E. ^l. Children's hour i ; 
288 
Daudet, Alphonse, 1840-1897 
Abnard: a monologue 
/;; Works v 20 
Monday tales 
Aged folk I Old folk] 
III Works V 19 

Letters from my mill 
Little French masterpieces v 5 
Temple Bar 75: 543 
Alsace! Alsace! 
In Works v 20 
Monday tales 
Anonymous letter 

In Liv Age 217: 765 
Arlesian girl fArlesienne] 
/;; Works v 19 

Letters from my mill 
Arlesienne. See Daudet. A. Arlesian girl 
Arthur 

III Works V 20 
Monday tales 
At Milianah 
/;; Works v 19 

Letters from my mill 
At the outposts: memories of the siege 
In Works v 20 
Monday tales 
Barrack homesickness 
In Works v 19 

Letters from my mill 
liattle of Pere-Lachaise 
/;; Works v 20 
Monday tales 
Beaucaire diligence 
In Works v 19 

Letters from my mill 
Little French masterpieces v 5 
Belisaire's Prussian 
In Works v 20 
Monday tales 
Belle-Nivernaise 
In Works v 6 

La Belle-Xivernaise 
Bixiou's portfolio 
In Works v 19 

Letters from my mill 
Blind emperor 
In Works v 20 
Monday tales 
Bookkeeper 
In Works v 20 
Monday tales 
Boy spy | Child spy] 
In Works v 20 
Monday tales 
Litlle I'rench masterpieces v 5 



Caravansary 
In Works v 20 
Monday tales 
Cheese-soup 
In Works v 20 
Monday tales 
Child spy. See Daudet, A. Boy spy 
Christmas-eve revel in the Marais 
[Christmas supper in the Marais] 
In Works v 20 
Monday tales 
Christmas supper in the Marais. See 
Daudet, A. Christmas-eve revel in 
the Marais 
Clock of Bougival 
In Works v 20 
Monday tales 
Coast-guards. See Daudet. A. Custom- 
house people 
Color sergeant 
In Works v 20 
Monday tales 
Concert of Company Eight 
In Works v 20 
Monday tales 
Country-folk in Paris during the siege 
III Works V 20 
Monday tales 
Cure of Cucugnan 
In Works v 19 
Monday tales 
Letters from my mill 
Little French masterpieces v 5 
Temple Bar 80: 248 
Custom-house people 
In Works v 19 

Letters from my mill 
Death of Chauvin 
In Works v 20 
Monday tales 
Death of the dauphin 
In Works v 19 

Letters from my mill 
Little French masterpieces v 5 
Merrill, S. Pastels in prose 
Warner library 
Decorated the fifteenth of August 
In Works v 20 
Monday tales 
Defence of Tarascon 
In Works v 20 
Monday tales 
Dictators 
In Works v 19 

Letters to an absent one 
Elixir of the Rev. Pere Gaucher 
In Works v 19 

Letters from my mill 
Little I'rench masterpieces v .5 
Ridpath's library of universal litera- 
ture 
Emotions of a young red p.irtridge 
In Works v 20 
Monday tales 
Fairies of France 
In Works v 20 
Monday tales 
Father Balagnere's Christmas feast 

In La Belle-Xivcrnaisc 
leather Ciucher's elixir. S,e Daudet, A. 
IClixir of tlic Rev. I'ere Gaucher 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



69 



Ferry 

In Works v 20 
Monday tales 
Fig and the idler. Sec Daudet, A. Fig 

and the sluggard 
Fig and the sluggard 
In Works v 6 

Fig and the idler 
In La Belle-Nivernaise 
First-night performance 
In Works v 20 
Monday tales 
Game of billiards 
In Works v 20 
Monday tales 

Little French masterpieces v 5 
Gastronomic scenes 
In Works v 20 
Monday tales 
Glimpses of the insurrection 
/;; Works v 20 
Monday tales 
Goat of Monsieur Seguin. See Daudet, A. 

M. Seguin's goat 
House for sale 
In Works v 20 
Monday tales 
How Jarjaille went to heaven 

In Works v 6 
In Camargue 
In Works v 19 

Letters from my mill 
Jarjaille's visit to the good God 

In La Belle-Nivernaise 
Last book 

In Works v 20 
Monday tales 
Last class. See Daudet, A. Last lesson 
Last lesson [Last class] 
/;; Works v 20 
Monday tales 

Little French masterpieces v 5 
Patten, W. International short 
stories v 3 
Legend of the man with the golden brain 
In Works v 19 

Letters from my mill 
Little French masterpieces v 5 
Letters from my mill 

/;/ Monday tales 
Letters to an absent one. Sec Daudet, A. 

Monday tales 
Light house, f Light house of the San- 
guinaires. Sanguinaires light house] 
In Works v 19 
In Letters from my mill 

Little French masterpieces v 5 
Light house of the Sanquinaires. See 

Daudet, A. Lighthouse 
Little pates [Little pies] 
In Works v 20 
Monday tales 

Little French masterpieces v 5 
Little pies. See Daudet. A. Little pates 
Locusts 

In Works v 19 

Letters from my mill 
Loss of the "Semillante." See Daudet, A. 

Wreck of the Semillante 
Master Cornille's secret. See Daudet, A. 
Secret of Maitre Cornille 



Mirror 

In Works v 20 
Monday tales 
Monday tales [Letters from my mill; 
Letters to an absent onc| 
In Works v 20 
Monday tales 
M. Sequin's goat [Goat of .Monsieur Se- 
quin] 
/;; Works v 19 

Letters from my mill 
Little French masterpieces v 5 
Mother 

In Works v 20 
Monday tales 

Little French masterpieces v 5 
Mothers. See Daudet, A. Mother 
Mushroom bed of great men 
In Works v 19 

Letters to an absent one 
My first dress-coat 
In La Belle-Nivernaise 
Fig and the idler 
My first night 

/;/ Theatre 32: 299 
My kepi 

In Works v 20 
Monday tales 
New master [New teacher] 
In Works v 6 
In La Belle-Nivernaise 
Fig and the idler 
New teacher. See Daudet, A. New 

master 
Old folks. See Daudet, A. Aged folk 
Oranges 

In Works v 19 

Letters from my mill 
Poet Mistral 
In Works v 19 

Letters from my mill 
Pope is dead 
In Works v 20 
Monday tales 

Little French masterpieces v S 
Pope's mule 
In Works v 19 

Letters from my mill 
Little French masterpieces v 5 
Esenwein, J. B. Short-story master- 
pieces v I 
Mabie, H. W., and Strachey, L. 
Little masterpieces of fiction v I 
Cosmopol 2: 42 
Renegade Zouave 
In Works v 20 
Monday tales 
Reverend Father Gaucher's elixir. See 
Daudet, A. Elixir of the Rev. Pere 
Gaucher 
Rochefort and Rossignol 
In Works v 19 

Letters to an absent one 
Salvette and Bernadon; a French Christ- 
mas sketch 
In Cosmopol 6: 128 
Sanguinaires lighthouse. See Daudet, A. 

Lighthouse 
Sea-side harvest 
/;; Works v 20 
Monday tales 



70 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Daudet, Alphonse —Continued. 
Secret of Maitre Cornille [Master Cornille's 
Secret] 
In Works v 19 

Letters from my mill 
Little French masterpieces v 5 
Sentry-box 

In Works v 19 

Letters to an absent one 
Siege of Berlin 
In Works v 20 
Monday talcs 

Little French masterpieces v 5 
Mabie, H. W., and Strachey, L. 
Little masterpieces of fiction v 5 
Stories bv foreign authors. French v i 
Temple Bar 68: 540 
Cosmopol 1 : 357 
Sous-prefect afield. Sec Daudet, A. Sub- 
prefect in the fields 
Stars 

/;/ Works v 19 

Letters from my mill 
Sub-prefect in the fields 
In Works v 19 

Letters from my mill 
Merrill, S. Pastels in prose 
Surrender 
In Works v 19 

Letters to an absent one 
Taking possession 
In Works v 19 

Letters from my mill 
Third reading 
hi Works V 20 
Monday tales 
Three low masses 
In Works v 20 

Fig and the idler 
Letters from my mill 
Monday tales 

Little French masterpieces v 5 
Tricoteuse 

In Works v 19 

Letters from my mill 
Turco of the commune 
In Works v 20 
Monday tales 
Two inns 

In Works v 19 

Letters from my mill 
Little French masterpieces v 5 
Vision of the Judge of Colmar 
In Works v 20 
Monday tales 
"With the three hundred thousand francs 
which Girardin promised nic!" 
In Works v 20 
Monday tales 
Wreck of the "Semillante"' [Loss of the 
"Semillante"] 
In Works v 19 

Letters from my mill 
Year of trouble 
In Works v 19 

Letters to an absent one 
Yule-tide stories: A Christmas eve revel 
in the Marais; The three low masses 
In Works v 20 
Monday tales 
Daughter-in-law. Cutting, M. S. 



Daughter of Eve. Balzac, H. de 
Daughter of Lilith. P'rance, A. 
Daughter of Reb Avrom Leib. Cahan, A. 
Daughter of the Aurora. London, J. 
Daughter of the lodge. Gissing, G. R. 
Daughter of the regiment. Kipling, R. 
Daughter of the revolution. Chambers, R. 

W. 
Daughter of the rich. Hopkins, W. J. 
Daughter of the south. Harrison, C. C. 
Daughter of the storage. Howells, W. D. 
Daughter of the Syndy. Fernald, C. B. 
Daughter of Venice. Pcmberton, M. 
Daughter to spare. Moulton, L. C. 
Daughter's heart. Hopkins, M. S. B. 
Daughters of Zion. Wiggin, K. D. 
Daunt Diana. Wharton, E. 
Dauntless Kitty. Payn, J. 
Dave. Keats, G. 

Dave's neckliss. Chcsnutt. C. W. 
David. Overton, G. 

David Poindexter's disappearance. Haw- 
thorne, J. 
David Swan. Hawthorne, N. 
Davi ; and Elizabeth. Dyar, i\[. 
Davis, Charles Belmont, 1866- 
Altar of her beauty 

In Ladies' H J 25: Je p 9 
At the cafe chantant 

In Borderland of society 
"Band" 

In Lodger overhead and others 
"Beauty" Kerrigan 
In Stage door 
Am M 64: 510 
Beggar at your gate 

In Lodger overhead and others 
Carmichael's Christmas spirit 

In Stage door 
Coccaro the clown 

In Stage door 
Conquerors 
/;( Tales of the town 
Collier's 44: N 27 p 19 
Cross lots to fame 

In Collier's 46: Mr 4 p 24 
Cross roads, New York 

In Stage door 
Dancing man 

In Lodger overhead and others 
Scrib M 45:441 
Essential sense 
In Lodger overhead and others 
Reader 9: 21 
Everyman's riddle 
/;; Stage door 
Scrib M 41: 70 
Executors 
In Lodger overhead and others 
Scrib M 44: 448 
Extra girl 

In Talcs of the town 
Flawless emerald 

In Stage door 
Freak's midsummer night's dream 

/;; Borderland of society 
Friend of the family 

/;; Borderland of society 
Girl next door 

In Collier's 51: Jc 14 pS 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



71 



Girl with the green toque 

III Lodger overhead and others 
Gloversville pkuiger 
In ]\lunsey 24: 846 
God's puppets 

In Collier's 42: F 27 p 18 
La gommcusc 

In Borderland of society 
Gray mouse 

In Tales of the town 
Greatest of these 

In Lodger overhead 
Kidnappers 

In Stage door 
Lodger overhead 

In Lodger overhead and others 
Marooned 

In Tales of the town 
]\Iodern Cleopatra 
In Stage door 

Cosmopol 27: 42,1 
Most famous woman in New York 

In Tales of the town 
Mystery 

In Collier's 49: Jl 6 p 20 
Octopus 

In Cosmopol 50: 7SQ. Si-'48 
Once to every man 
In Tales of the town 
Hampton 24:831 
One thing needful. See Davis, C. B. Win- 
ter city favorite 
Out of her class 

In Borderland of society 
Cent 47:357 
Professor 

In Collier's 49: My 2^, p 18 
Rescue 

In Tales of the towm 

Collier's 45: My 21 p 17 
Road to glory 

In Stage door 
Rom.ance of the rich young girl 

In Tales of the town 
Sedgwick 

In Stage door 
Side-tracked 

In Collier's 48: O 21 p 17 
Song and the savage 

In Tales of the town 
Story of his life 

In Borderland of society 
Tommy 

In Lodger overhead and others 
Scrib M 36: 713 
Twenty-first reason 

In Scrib M 49: 478 
Vallev of content 

In Everybody's 12:449 
Where ignorance was bliss 
In Tales of the town 

Collier's 46: N 19 p 15; 
White light of publicity 

In Lodger overhead and others 
Winter city favorite 

In Borderland of society 
Davis. Mrs. Mary Evelyn Moore, 1852-1909 
At La Glorieuse 

In Howells, W. D., and Alden, H. ^T. 
Shapes that haunt tlie dusk 
Harper 84:77 



Davis, Mrs. Rebecca (Blaine) Harding, 

1831-1910 
Across the gulf 

In Silhouettes of y\merican life 
Lippinc 28: 59 
Anne 

In Silhouettes of American life 
Harper 78: 744 
At the station 

In Silhouettes of American life 
Balacchi brothers 

In Stories by American autli^rs v i 
Lippinc 10: 66 
Chapel of ease 

In Lippinc 55: 147 
Colonel's venture 

In Lippinc 23: t86 
Coming of night 

In Scrib M 45: 58 
Doctor's wife 

In Silhouettes of American life 
Dolly 

In Scrib o s 9:89 
Elizabeth's husband 

In Ind 55: 2149 
End of the vendetta 

In Silhouettes of American life 
Faded leaf of history 

In Silhouettes of American life 
Johnson, R. Little classics v 10 
High tide of December 
In Atlan 17: 47 
Sharpe 52: 281 
How the widow crossed the line 

In Lippinc 18: 717 
Ignoble martyr 
In Silhouettes of American life 
Harper 80: 604 
Jane Murray's Thanksgiving 

In Ind 59: 1267 
Kent Hampden 

In Kent Hampden 
Mademoiselle Joan 
In Silhouettes of American life 
Atlan 58: 328 
Marcia 

In Silhouettes of American life 
Old time Christmas 

In Ind 55:3031 
Old-time love story 

In Cent 77:219 
Stephen Yarrow; a Christmas story 
In Atlan 13: 66 

Sharpe 46: 237, 286 
Story of a shadow 
In Galaxy 13:541 
Tirar v Soult 

In Silhouettes of American life 

Stories of the South (Stones from 

Scribner) 
Scrib M 2:563 
Under the old code 
In Harper 100: 401 
Walhalla 

In Silhouettes of American life 
Scrib o s 20: 139 
Penny M 12: 10, 13: 4^9 
Wayside episode 

In Silhouettes of American life 
Lippinc 31: 179 



72 



IXDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Davis, Mrs. Rebecca H. — Cmitiitucd. 
Vares of the Black Mountains 
In Sillioucttcs of American life 
Lippinc i6: 35 
Davis, Richard Harding, 1864- 
Amatenr 

hi Once upon a time 
Andy M'Gce's chorus girl 

III Van Bibber and others 
Anonymous letter 
In Exiles 

Harper 88: 445 
Assisted immigrant 
In Cinderella 

Lion and tlic unicorn fScribncr '03I 
Bar sinister 

/;/ Bar sinister 
Ranson's folly 
Scrib M 31 : 307 
Blood will tell 
In Red Cross girl 
Scrib M 52: 130 
Boy orator of Zepata City 
In Exiles 

Harper 85:847 
Buried treasure of Cobrc 

In Lost road 
Charmed life 

In Once upon a time 
Scrib M 46: 540 
Cindejella 
In Cinderella 

Lion and the unicorn fScrilMier '03] 
Scrib M 19: 460 
Consul 
/;; Consul 

^fan wIto could not lose 
Scrib M 48:678 
Cynical Miss Cathcrwaight 
In Gallegher 
Cent 41:221 
Derelict 

In Ranson's folly 
Scrib M 30: 131 
Dictator 

In Farces 
Editor's story 
In Cinderella 

Lion and the unicorn fScribncr '03] 
Harper 89: 342 
Eleanor Cuyler 
In Van Bibber and others 
Harper 84: 771 
Evil to him who evil thinks 

In Lost road 
Exiles 

In Exiles 
Experiment in economy 

In Van Bibber and others 
Gallegher: a newspaper story 
/;; Gallegher 

Scrib M 8: 156 
Galloper 

In Farces 
God of coincidence 

In Lost road 
Grand Cross of tlic Crescent 

fn Red Cross girl 
Great Tri-club tournament 
In Stories fr)r liovs 



Her first appearance 
In Episodes in Van Bibber's life 
Van Bibber and others 
Harper 84: 104 
His bad angel 
In b'xilcs 

Harper 87:381 
How Hefty Burke got even 
In Van Bibber and others 
Hungry m:in was fed 

III Episodes in Van Bibber's life 
\'an Bibber and others 
In tlie fog 
In In the fog 
Ranson's folly 
Invasion of England 
In Red Cross girl 
Scrib M 50:697 
Jump at Corey's slip 
In Stories for boys 
King's jackal 
In King's iackal 

Scrib M 2:^: 413, 24: So 
Last ride togetlier 

In Lion and the unicorn 
Scrib M 20: 705 
Leander of the East river 

/;; Van Bibber and others 
La Icttre d'amour 

In Ranson's folly 
Lion and the unicorn 

In Lion and the unicorn 
Scrib M 26: 129 
Long arm 
In Lost road 

Everybody's 27: 617 
Lost house 

In ]\Ian who could not lose 
Lost road 

In Lost road 
Love me, love my dog 

In Episodes in Van Bibber's life 
Van Bibber and others 
Make-believe man 
/;; Once upon a time 

Collier's 44: ja 20 p 13: F 5 p 20 
Man of Zanziliar 

In Lost road 
]\Tan who could not lose 
In Man who could not lose 

Collier's 45: Ag 20 p 17: Ag 27 p 1; 
]\Ian with one talent 
/;/ Lion and the unicorn 
Cosmopol 24: 5T0 
Messengers 

In Once upon a time 
Scrib M 46:685 
Midsummer pirates 

/;; Stories for boys 
Mind reader 

In Red Cross girl 
Miracle of Las Palmas 

In Lost road 
"Miss Civilization" 
In Farces 

''Miss Civilization" 
Miss Dclamar's understudy 
In Cinderella 

Lion and the unicorn [Scribner 03] 
Scrib M t8: 183 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



73 



Mr. Traver's first hunt 

In Van Bibber and others 
My buried treasure 

In Man who could not lose 
My disreputable friend, Mr. Raegan 
In Gallc^her 

Scrib M 8:685 
Naked man 
In Red Cross girl 

Everybody's 27:305 
Nature faker 

In Man who could not lose 
Collier's 46: D 10 p 17 
New world 

In Collier's 47: S 16 p iQ 
On the fever ship 

In Lion and the unicorn 
Scrib M 25:21 
Other woman 
In Galle2,her 

Scrib M 0:385 
Outside the prison 

In Van Bibber and others 
Patron of art 

In Van Bibber and others 
Peace manoeuvres 
In Once upon a time 
Scrib M ^7:567 
Princess Aline 
/;/ Princess Aline 
Harper 90: 240 
Question of latitude 
/;; Once upon a time 
Scrib M 48: 165 
Ranson's folly 

In Ranson's folly 
Recruit at Christmas 

In Van Bibber and others 
Red Cross girl 

In Red Cross girl 
Reporter who made himself king 
In Cinderella 

King's jackal [1903] 
Stories for boys 
Richard Carr's baby 
In Stories for boj^s 
Right of way 

In Exiles 
Romance in the life of Hefty Burke 

In Exiles 
Sailorman 
In Red Cross girl 

Collier's 48 D 16 p 13 
Scarlet car 
In Scarlet car 

Princess Aline [1910] 
Spy 

In Once upon a time 
Scrib M 38: 7^2 
Story of a jockey 

In Stories for boys 
There were ninety and nine 
In Gallegher 
Cent 41:818 
Trailer for room No. 8 

In Gallegher 
Unfinished story 
In Van Bibber and others 
Harper 83: 727 



Vagrant 

In Lion and the unicorn 
Harper 99: 25 
Van i'ibbcr and the swan-boats 

/;/ Gallegher 
Van l!il)ber as best man 

/// Gallegher 
\'an P)iljl)er at the races 

In Van Bibber and others 
Van Bibber Daseball club 

In Stories for boys 
Van Bibber's burglar 

In Gallegher 
Van Bibber's man-servant 

In Episodes in Van Bibber's life 
Van Bibber and others 
Vera, the medium 
In Vera, the medium 

Scrib M 43:395, 533, 7^3 
Walk up the avenue 
In Gallegher 

Harper 81:388 
Wasted day 

In Once upon a time 
Collier's 43 Jl 3i P 9 
Writing on the wall 
In Exiles 

Harper 88: 772, 
Davison, Charles Stewart 

How I sent my aunt to Baltimore 
/;; Stories of the railway (Stories from 
Scribner) 
Scrib M 12: 249 
Davy Jones's gift. Masefield, J. 
Davy's Christmas. Slosson, A. T. 
Dawn of a tomorrow. Burnett, F. H. 
Dawson and Rudd, partners. Lewis, A. H. 
Day, Thomas, 1748- 1789 

Tommy decides to study arithmetic 

In Tappan, E. M. Children's hour 6:160 
Tommy Merton meets Harry Sandford 
In Tappan, E. M. Children's hour 6: 149 
Day at Laguerre's and other days. Smith, 

F. H. 
Day at the Pinochle club. Ralph, J. 
Day in the wilderness. Frederic, H. 
Day of grace. Garland, H. 
Day of his youth. Brown, A. 
Day of my death. Ward, E. S. P. 
Day of omens. Gibbon, P. 
Day of reckoning. Bourget, P. 
Day of silence. Gissing, G. 
Day of the cyclone. Thanet, O. 
Day of the dog. McCutcheon, G. B. 
Day of the game. Harriman, K. E. 
Day of the scholars. MacManus, S. 
Day of their wedding. Howells, W. D. 
Day off. Brown, A. 
Day resurgent. -Henry, O. 
Day together. Wright, J\L T. 
Day we celebrate. Henry, O. 
Daymare. Morris, G. 
Day's lodging. London, J. 
Day's pleasure. Garland, H. 
Day's pleasure. Howells, W. D. 
Day's stalking. Black, W. 
Dayton's wooing. King, C. 
De profundis. Doyle, A. C. 
De profundis. Harland, H. 
Dea ex machina. Ward, E. S. P. 



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INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Deacon Pheby's selfish natur. Slosson, 

A. T. 
Deacon Pitkin's farm. Stowe, II. B. 
Deacon Thomas Wale's will. hVeenian, M. 

E. W. 
Deacon's dilemma, l-'rcnch, A. W. 
Deacon's medicine. Stuart, R. M. 
Deacon's whistle. Spofford, 11. 1'. 
Dead alive. Collins, \V. 
Dead alive. See Dumas, A. Julieii 
Dead, dead woman. Le Gallienne, R. 
Dead finger. Pyle, H. 
Dead hand. Collins, W. 
Dead leaves. Sec Kielland, A. L. With- 

ered leaves 
Dead letter. Peattic, E. W. 
Dead letter come to life. l""rench, A. W. 
Dead letters. Wright, M. T. 
Dead man's chest. Viele, H. K. 
Dead past. Brown, A. 
Dead secret. Hearn, L. 
Dead selves. ]\Iagrudcr, J. 
Dead-shot Baker. Lewis, A. H. 
Dead smile. Crawford, F. M. 
Dead violets. Merrick, L. 
Dead woman's secret. Maupassant, G. de 
Deadly dash. Ouida 
Deaf mute. Maupassant, G. de 
Deal in cotton. Kipling, R. 
Deal in ostriches. Wells, H. G. 
Deal in wheat. Norris, F. 
Deal of cards. Maselield, J. 
Deal on 'change. Barr, R. 
Deanery ball. Weyman, S. J. 
Dean's watch. Erckmann,E.,and Chatrian, A. 
Dear Annie. Freeman, M. E. W. 
Death. Turgenev, I. S. 
Death and the child. Crane, S. 
Death, and the Donna Anna. Lewis, A. H. 
Death and the negro man. Harris, J. C. 
Death and the soldier. Field, E. 
Death-bed confession. Bland, E. N. 
Death-dance. Castle, E. 
Death-disk. Clemens, S. L. 
Death-fires of Les Martiques. Janvier, T. A. 
Death in the camp. Kipling, R. 
"Death in the desert." Gather, W. S. 
Death of an official. Chekhov, A. P. 
Death of Auguste Chatenay. Phillpolts, PI. 
Death of Chauvin. Daudet, A. 
Death of Demetri. Benson, E. F. 
Death of Halpin Eraser. Bierce, A. 
Death of Hanrahan. Yeats, \V. B. 
Death of Ivan llyitch. Tolstoi, L. N. 
Death of Ligoun. London, J. 
Death of Pierrot. Marguerittc, P. 
Death of Samuel Pickwick. Besant, W., 

and Rice, J. 
Death of Simon Fuge. Bennett, E. A. 
Death of the dauphin. Daudet, A. 
Death of the Laird's Jock. Scott, W. 
Death of the lion. James, H. 
Death run. Warman, C. 
Death warrant. Benson, E. F. 
Death-way. Maartens, Al. 
Debt. Gibbon, P. 
Debt. Maupassant, G. de 
Debt. Wharton, E. 
Debt of honor. Hopkins, M. S. B. 
Debtors. Hopkins, M. S. B. 
Debut of Bimbashi Joyce. Doyle, A. C. 



Debut of Patricia. Wiggin, K. D. 

Deceitful jug. Harris, J. C. 

Decembrists. See Tolstoi, L. N. Deka- 

brists 
Deception of Martha Tucker. Loomis, C. B. 
Decision of Zeus. Sienkiewicz, H. 
Decline and fall. Trumbull, A. E. 
Decorated the fifteenth of August. Daudet, 

A. 
Decoration. Chekhov, A. P. 
Decoration day. Jewett, S. O. 
Decoration day revery. Alatthews, J. B. 
Decree of Duke Deodonato. Hawkins, A. H. 
Deedless drama. Hibbard, G. A. 
Deep as first love. Wright, I\L T. 
Deer park in the provinces. Maupassant, 

G. de 
Defeat of Amos W^icklifif. Thanet, O. 
Defeat of Lady Grantham. Benson, E. F. 
Defeat of the city. Henry, O. 
Defection of Maria Ann Gibbs. Dunbar, P. 

L. 
Defence of Tarascon. Daudet, A. 
Defense of the flag. Norris, F. 
Defiance of Gene Watkins. Lewis, A. H. 
De Foe, Daniel, 1661-1731 
Apparition of Mrs. Veal 

In Jessup, A., and Canby, H. S. Book 
of the short story 
De Forest, John William, 1826- 1906 
lirigade commander 

In Stories by American authors v 8 
Inspired lobbyist 
In Stories by American authors v 4 
Atlan 30: 676 
Lauson tragedy 

In Johnson, R. Little classics v 3 
Atlan 25:444, 565 
Degeneration of Thomas Henrv. Jerome, 

J. K. 
De Grey: a romance. James, H. 
Dekabrists. Tolstoi, L. N. 
De Kay, Charles A., 1848- 
Manmat'ha 

In Stories by American authors v 10 
Atlan 37:' 143 
De Kroyft, Mrs. Sarah Helen Aldrich, 1S18- 
Little Jakey 

In Johnson, R. Little classics v 10 
Deland, Mrs. Margaret Wade (Campbell), 
1857- 
Amelia 

In Dr. Lavendar's people 
Harper 107: 384 
Apotheosis of the Reverend Mr. Spanglor 
1)1 Dr. Lavendar's people 
Harper 106: 941 
yVt the stufi^ed animal house 
In Dr. Lavendar's people 
Harper 106: 941 
At whose door 

In Mr. Tommy Dove 
Longman's 13- 493 
Black drop 

In R. J.'s mother 
Child's mother 

In Old Chester tales 
Counting the cost 
In Wisdom of fools 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



75 



Elizabeth 

III Mr. Tommy Dove 
Encore 
III Encore 

Howells, W. D., and Alden, II. ^\. 

Quaint courtships 
Harper no; 96 
Exceeding high mountain 
In Dr. Lavendar's people 
Harper 107: 893 
Exploiter of souls 

In Harper 109: 349 
Face on the wall 
III Mr. Tommy Dove 
Harper 86: 510 
Fourth class appointment 
In Mr. Tommy Dove 
Harper 84: 265 
Good for the soul 

In Old Chester tales 
Grasshopper and the ant 

In Harper 107: 683 
House of Rinimon 
In R. J.'s mother 
Wisdom of fools 
Immediate jewel 

In Harper 108: 57 
Justice and the judge 

In Old Chester tales 
Law, or the gospel? 

In Wisdom of fools 
Many waters 

In R. J.'s mother 
Miss Maria 

In Old Chester tales 
Mr. Tommy Dove 
In Mr. Tommy Dove 
Atlan 63: 89 
Mormon 

In R. J.'s mother 
Note 
In Dr. Lavendar's people 
Harper 107: 497 
One woman's story; a study 

In Cosmopol 20: 425 
Promises of Dorothea 
In Old Chester tales 
R. J.'s mother 
In R. J.'s mother 
Harper 115: 353 
Sally . 

In Old Chester tales 
Turn about 

In Harper 128: 16, 289 
Unexpectedness of Mr. Horace Shields 

In Old Chester tales 
Voice 
In Voice 

Harper 105: 592 
Waiting hand 

In Cent 78: 364 
Way to peace 

In Way to peace 
Where ignorance is bliss, 'tis folly to be 
wise 
In Wisdom of fools 
Where the laborers are few 
In Old Chester tales 

Where the laborers are few 



White feather 
III R. J.'s mother 
Cent 68: 441 
De la Ramee, Louise, 1840-1908. See Ouida, 

pseud. 
Deledda, Grazia, 1872- 
Tvvo miracles 

In Brooks, W. Stories from four lan- 
guages 
Delia Grimwet. Bates, A. 
Deliberation of Mr. Dunkin. Dunbar, P. L. 
Delicacy of Red Dog. Lewis, A. H. 
Delicate affair. King. G. E. 
Delight. Galsworthy, J. 
Delila. Maupassant, G. de 
Delmar of Pima. Garland, H. 
Delusion of Ralph Penwyn. Hawthorne, J. 
Demagogue and Lady Phayrc. Locke, W. 

Demetrios Contos. London, J. 
Demoiselle d'Ys. Chambers, R. W. 
Demos. Galsworthy, J. 
Denis. Maupassant, G. de 
Denis Duval. Thackeray, W. M. 
Dennis. Bunner, H. C. 

Dennis Haggerty's wife. Thackeray, W. M. 
Denouement. Cameron, M. 
Denver express. Hayes, A. A, • 
Deodand. Bishop, W. H. 
Departmental case. Henry, O. 
Departure. Grahame, K. 
Deposition. Capuana, L. 
Deputation to the king. Barr, R. 
Deputy of Gamache. Halevy, L. 
De Quincey, Thomas, 1785-1859 
Avenger 

In Tales and romances 

Hawthorne, J. Library mystery and 

detective stories, English-Irish 
Blackw 44: 208 
Count Fitz-Hum. See De Quincey, T. In- 
cognito 
Dice 

In Tales and romances 
Fatal marksman 

III Tales and romances 
Household wreck 

III Tales and romances 
Incognito, or Count Fitz-Hum 

/;; Tales and romances 
King of Hayti 

In Tales and romances 
Klosterheim 

In Tales and romances 
Mr. Schnackenberger; or, Two masters 
for one dog 
In Tales and romances 
Spanish military nun 

In Tales and phantasies 
Two masters for one dog. See De Quin- 
cey, T. Mr. Schnackenberger 
Derelict. Davis. Richard H. 
Derelict. Parker, G. 
Derelict. Stockton, _F. R. 
Derido; or. The giant's quilt. Stockton, 

F. R. 
Desborough connections. Harte, B. 
Desborough's adventure. Stevenson, R. L. 
Descent into the maelstrom. Poe, E. A. 
Descent of man. Wharton, E. 
Desert. Smith, A. C. 



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INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Desert air. Hichens, R. S. 

Desert drum. Hichens, R. S. 

Desert romance. Remington, F. 

Desert sands. Spofford, H. P. 

Deserted. Bellamy, E. 

Deserted. Jacobs, W. W. 

Deserted mistress. See Balzac, H. de. De- 
serted woman. 

Deserted woman. Balzac, H. de 

Deserter. Frederic, H. 

Deserter. Mason, A. K. W. 

Desertion. Crane, S. 

Desertion of IMahommed Sclini. Parker, G. 

Desire stronger than neccssiti'. Tolstoi, 
L. N. 

Desperate. See Turgcncv, I. S. Reckless 
character 

Despoiler. Morris, G. 

Despot on tour. Ciissing, G. 

Despotic lady. Norris, W. E. 

Destiny. King, G. E. 

Destiny at Drj^bone. Wister, O. 

Destroyer of homes. Vorse, M. H. 

Dett}'^ the detrimental. Osbourne, L. 

Devasnita (Sanskrit) 

In Hawthorne, J. Library mystery and 
detective stories. Oriental 
Device of Giraldo the painter. Hawkins, 

A. H. 
Devil. Gorky, M. 
Devil. Maupassant, G. de 
Devil and the broker. Harte, B. 
Devil and the deep sea. Kipling, R. 
Devil and the inn keeper. Stevenson, R. L. 
Devil and the old man. Masefield, J. 
Devil and Tom Walker. Irving, W. 
Devil at New Hope. Pyle, H. 
Devil in manuscript. Hawthorne, N. 
Devil in the belfry. Poe, E. A. 
Devil's book. See Yeats, W. B. Red Han- 

rahan 
Devil's ford. Harte, 1'.. 
Devils of Fuatino. London, J. 
Devil's persistent, but God is resistant. See 

Tolstoi. L. N. Hatred is sweet, but God 

is strong 
Devil's tight rope. Phillpotts, 1{. 
Devil's wager. Thackeray, W. M. 
Devil's white man. Osbourne, L. 
Devoted friend. Wilde, O. 
Devotion of Enriqucz. Harte, B. 
Dhoya. Yeats, W. B. 
Diable — a dog. London, J. 
Diagnosis of death. Bierce, A. 
Diamond brooches. Andrews, M. R. S. 
Diamond lens. O'Brien, F. J. 
Diamond maker. Wells, H. G. 
Diamond necklace. See Maupassant, G. de. 

Necklace 
Diamond of Kali. Henry, O. 
Diamonds. Maartens, M. 
Diane de Bragade. Maartens, M. 
Diary of a goose-girl. Wiggin. K. D. 
Diary of a madman. Maupassant, G. de 
Diary of a man of fifty. James, H. 
Diary of a Meshumad. Zangwill, T, 
Diary of a New York policeman. Lewis, 

A. H. 
Diary of a perfect gcntknian. l'hilli)otts, E. 



Diary of a superfluous man. Turgenev, 

I. S. 
Diary of C. Jeames de la Pluche, esq., with 

his letters. Thackeray, W. ^I. 
Dice. De Quincey, T. 
Dice. Gibbon, P. 

Dick Boyle's business card. Harte, B. 
Dick Dunkerman's cat. Jerome, J. K. 
Dick Sands, convict. Smith, F. H. 
J^ick Spindlcr's family Christmas. Harte, B. 
Dick, Tom and Harry. Bland, E. N. 
Dickens, Charles, 1812-1870 
Battle of life 
In Complete works [Chapman] v 14 
Christmas books (Gadshill) 
Black veil 
In Complete works [Chapman] v i 
Sketches bv Boz v 2 (Gadshill) 
Bloomsbury christening 
/;; Complete works [Chapman] v i 
Sketches by Boz v 2 (Gadshill) 
Boarding house 
/;; Complete works [Chapman] v i 
Sketches by Boz v 2 (Gadshill) 
Broker's man 
In Complete works [Chapman] v i 
Sketches by Boz v 2 (Gadshill) 
Child's dream of a star 
In Complete works [Chapman] v 8 
Cod}', S. Selection from the world's 

greatest short stories 
Household Words 1:25 
Child's story 

In Complete works [Chapman] v 29 
Christmas stories v i (Gadshill) 
Household Words 6: 577 
Chimes 
In Complete works [Chapman] v 14 
Christmas books (Gadshill) 
Christmas carol 
In Complete works [Chapman] v 14 
Christmas books (Gadshill) 
Cody, S. Selection from the world's 
greatest short stories 
Christmas dinner 
/;; Complete works [Chaimian] v i 
Sketches by Boz v i (Gadsliill) 
Cricket on the hearth 
In Complete works [Chapman] v 14 
Christmas books (Gadshill) 
Dancing academy 
/;; Complete works [Ciiapnian] v i 
Sketches by Boz v i (Gadshill) 
Dr. Manette's manuscript 
/;; Tale of two cities. Bk }, ch 10 (The 
substance of the shadow) 
Nettleton, G. E. Specimens of the 

short story 
Patten, W. International short stor- 
ies V 2 
Doctor Marigold 

In Complete works [Chapman] v 2^ 
Cliristmas stories v 2 (Gadshill) 
.\1I the Year Round 14: supp i 
Doctor Marigold's prescriptions. See 

Dickens, C. Doctor Marigold 
Drunkard's death 

/;/ Complete works [Chapman] v i 
Sketches by Boz v 2 (Gadshill) 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



11 



Election for beadle 
In Complete works [Chapman] v 
Sketches by Boz v i (Gadshill) 

Four sisters ^, , 

In Complete works [Chapnian] v i 
Sketches by Boz v i (Gadshill) 
George Silverman's explanation 
/„ Complete works [Chapman] v 29 
Hard times (Gadshill) 
All the Year Round iq: I'^o 
Atlan 21: 118 
Going into society 
/„ Complete works ICl^^UMuan] v -.^ 
Christmas stones vi (GadsliiU) 
Great Winglebury duel 

In Complete works fChapmanl v 
Sketches by Boz v 2 (Gad^hili; 

Haunted house 1 ,, ,, 

/„ Complete works [Chapman] v 2^ 
Christmas stories v i (GadshiU) 
All the Year Round 2 : supp i 
Haunted man , 

/» Complete works [Chapman v 14 
Christmas books (Gadshill) 
Holiday romance , 

/» Complete works [Chapman] v 29 
Hard times (Gadshi 1) 
All the Year Round ig: i59-390 

"?rComplete works [Chapman] v 23 
Christmas stories v i (Gadshill) 
Household Words 12: supp 

Horatio Sparkins 

/» Complete works [C^^J^" '^" ^ ^ ,. 
Sketches bv Boz v 2 (Gadshill) 

Hospital patient 

/„ Complete works [Chapnian] y 
Sketches by Boz v i (Gadshdl) 

^yr^'omprete works [Chapman] v 29 
Hard times (Gadshill) 
All the Year Round 3 : 397, 4-'^ 
Ladies' societies 
7n Complete works [Chapman] y 
Sketches by Boz v i (Gad.hill) 
Lazy tour of two idle apprentices 
7n Complete works Chapman] i i 
Christmas stories (Gadshill) 
AT akin s- a night of it 

?H Complete works [Chapiuan] v i 
Sketches by Boz v i (Gadshill) 
Manette's manuscript. See Dickens, C. 

Dr. Manette's manuscript 
Master Humphrey's clock 

In Complete works [Chapman] ^ 29 
Message from the sea 

/„ Complete works [Chapman v 2^ 
Christmas stories v i (Gadshill) 
All the Year Round 4: supp 
Misplaced attachment of Mr. John Douncc 
/n Complete works [Chapiuan] y 
Sketches by Boz v i (Gadshill) 
Miss Evans and the eagle 
/u Complete works [Chapman] v 
Sketches by Boz v i (Gadshdl) 

Mistaken milliner 
hi Complete works [Chapman] yi 
Sketches by Boz v i (Gadshdl) 



Mr. Minn's and his cousm 

In Complete works [Chapman] vi 
Sketches by Boz v 2 (Gadshill) 
Old Monthly M Jan. 1834 
Mrs. Joseph Porter 
In Complete works [Chapman] v i 
Sketches by Boz v i (Gadshdl) 
Mrs. Lirriper's legacy 

In Complete works [Chapman 1 v 23 
Christmas stories v 2 (Gadshill) 
All the Year Round 12 : supp 
Mrs. Lirriper's lodgings 

In Complete works [Chapman | v 2}, 
Christmas stories v 2 (Gadshill) 
All the Year Round 10 : supp 
Mugby junction 

In Complete works [Chapman] v 23 
Christmas stories v 2 (Gadshill) 
All the Year Round 16 : supp 
Every Saturday 2: 701 
No thoroughfare 

In Complete works [Chapman] v 2}, 
Christmas stories v 2 (Gadshill) 
All the Year Round 18 : supp 
Every Saturday 4:829 
Nobody's story 

In Complete works [Chapman] v b 
Christinas stories v i (Gadshill) 
Our next-door neighbor 

/;( Complete works [Chapman] v i 
Sketches by Boz v i (Gadshill) 
Parlour orator 
In Complete works. [Chapman] v i 
Sketches by Boz v i (Gadshill) 
Passage in the life of Mr. Watkins Tottle 
In Complete works [Chapman] v 7 
Sketches by Boz v 2 (Gadshdl) 
Perils of certain English prisoners 
In Complete works [Chapman] v 23 
Christmas stories v i (Gadshill) 
Household Words. Christmas no. 

1857 
Liv Age 56: 143 
Poor relation's story 

In Complete works [Chapman] v 8 
Christmas stories v i (Gadshill) 
Household Words 6: 573 
Prince Bull. A fairy tale 

In Complete works [Chapman] v 8 
Prisoner's van 
In Complete works. [Chapman] v i 
Sketches bv Boz v 2 (Gadshill) 
Schoolboy's story 

In Complete works [Chapman] v « 
Christmas stories v i (Gadshill) 

Sentiment 

In Complete works. [Chapman] v i 
Sketches by Boz v 2 (Gadshill) 

Seven poor travellers 

/„ Complete works [Chapman] v 21 
Christmas stories v i (Gadstuii; 
Liv Age 44: 216, 59^ 

^ircSmplete works [Chapman] v 23 
Somebody's luggage 

In Complete works [Chapman] v 23 
Christmas stories v i (Gadshill) 
All the year round 8: supp 



78 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Dickens, Charles —Continued. 
Steam excursion 
In Complete works. [Chapman] v i 
Sketches by Boz v 2 (Gadshill) 
Museum of Foreign Literature 26: 
273 
Tom Tiddler's ground 

In Complete works [Chapman] v 23 
Christmas stories v i (Gadshill) 
All the year round 6: supp i 
Trial for murder 
In Complete works [Chapman] v 23 
Mabie, H. W., and Strachey, L. 
Little masterpieces of fiction, v 5 
Tugg's at Ramsgate 
In Complete works. [Chapman] v i 
Sketches bv Boz v i (Gadshill) 
Two ghost stories: Trial for murder; 
Signal man 
In Complete works [Chapman] v 23 
Winglebury duel. See Dickens, C. Great 

Winglebury duel 
Wreck of the Golden ]\Iary 

In Complete works [Chapman | v 2^ 
Christmas stories v i (Gadshill) 
Household Words 14: supp i 
Liv Age 52:257 
Dickey boJ^ Freeman, M. E. W. 
Dick's Christmas. Hale, E. E. 
Dicky. Henry, O. 

Dictator (farce). Davis, Richard II. 
Dictators. Daudet, A. 

Did he take the Prince to ride? Hale, E. E. 
Did they marry? Gibbon, P. 
Didds, R. N. Parker, G. 
Die of fate. Pyle, H. J. 
"Die, which I won't." Hopkins, M. S. B. 
Dies irae. Grahame, K. 
Dies irae. Harland, H. 
Difif'ent kind o' bundles. Slosson, A. T. 
Difference in hearts. Wiggin, K. D. 
Difficult case. Howells, W. D. 
Difficult problem. Green, A. K. 
Difficulty of crossing a field. Bierce, A. 
Dilemma. Andreev, L. N. 
Dilemma. Mitchell, S. W. 
Dilemma of Sir Guy the Neuter. Thanct, O. 
Dill. Freeman, M. E. W. 
Dilletante. Wharton, E. 
Dimanches d'un bourgeois. See Maupas- 
sant, G. de. Sundays of a Parisian 
Diminuendo. Peattie, E. W. 
Dinner at — . Henry, O. 
Dinner for t\vo. Peattie, E. W. 
Dinner of herbs. Earle, M. T. 
Dinner party. Eddy, J. A. 
Dinny Moncghan's last keg. MacManus, S. 
Dinny O'Neill. MacManus, S. 
Dionea. Paget, V. 
Diplomacy. Hearn, L. 
Diplomat. Bazin, R. 
Diplomatic adventure. Mitchell, S. W. 
Disappearance of Lady Carfax. Doyle, A. C. 
Disastrous partnership. Boyesen, II. II. 
Disbursement sheet. Jacobs, W. W. 
Disciplinarian. Jacobs, W. W. 
Discontented bishnp. .Adams, O. V. 
Discontented i)en(hilinn. Taylor, J. 
Discounters of money. Henry, (J. 
Discourager of hesitancy. Stockton, I'". K. 
Discovered pear). Freeman, M. E. W. 



Discovery. Bangs, J. K. 
Discovery. Brown, A. 
Discovery. Maupassant, G. de 
Disenchanted symphony. Ilunckcr, J. G. 
Disenchantment of 'Lizabeth. Quiller- 

Couch, A. T. 
Disgrace of Mr. Bylcs. Watson, J. 
Disgraceful persecution of a boy. Clemens, 

S. L. 
Disguised Providence. IMartin, E. S. 
Dishonest goldsmith (Turkish) 

In Hawthorne, J. Library mystery and 
detective stories. Oriental 
Disillusion. Donncll, A. II. 
Disintegration of tlic conscience. X'orse, 

M. H. 
Disintegrator. Vorse, M. H. 
Dismissal of Silver Phil. Lewis, A. H. 
Dispensation. Pangborn, G. W. 
Dispenser of Holy Water. Maupassant, G. 

de 
Disraeli, Benjamin, 1804-18S1 

Rise of Iskander 
In Johnson, R. Little classics v 6 
Dissatisfied soul. Slosson, A. T. 
Dissenting minister. Mitford, M. R. 
Dis-sociated charities. Norris, F. 
Distant relation. Jacobs, W. W. 
Distant voice. Corelli, M. 
Distinctly a plight. Ford, P. L. 
Distinguished stranger. Stevenson, R. L. 
Distracted preacher. Hardy, T. 
Distracted young preacher. See Hardy, T. 

Distracted preacher 
District at play. See Kipling, R. Smith 

administration 
District doctor. Turgenev, I. S. 
Disturber of traffic. Kipling, R. 
Dite Deuchars. Barrie, J. M. 
Divell's Chrystmasse. Field, E. 
Divided heart. Heyse, P. 
Divided heart. Hibbard, G. A. 
Divided kingdom. Gerould, K. F. 
Dividing fence. Stuart, R. M. 
Divine adventure. Sharp, W. 
Divine and the human; or. Three more 

deaths. Tolstoi, L. N. 
Division in the coolly. Garland, H. 
Divorce. Maupassant, G. de 
Divorce case. Maupassant. G. de 
Dixon's return. Jacobs, W. W. 
Dizzy Dave. Long, J. I.. 
Dizzy-headed Dick. Dunbar, P. L. 
Djoumane. Merimee, P. 
Dobb's parrot. Morrison, A. 
Doc Peet's error. Lewns, .'\. II. 
"Doc" Shipman's fee. Smith, F. H. " 
Doc Stebbins. Field. E. 
Doctor. Hopkins, W. J. 
Dr. Bates and Miss Sally. Norris, K. 
Dr. Birch and his young friends. Thack- 
eray, W. M. 
Dr. Bullivant. Hawthorne, N. 
Or. Carajo's patient. Hawthorne, J. 
Dr. Cox's discovery. Ward, H. D. 
Dr. Davidson's last Christmas. Watson, J. 
Doctor Dunston's howler. Phillpotts. E. 
Dr. Gowdy and the squash. Fuller, L. B. 
Dr. Greatrcx's engagement. Allen. G. 
Dr. Griffith Gramery. Hawthorne, J. 
Dr. Grimshawc's secret. Hawthorne, N. 



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Dr. Heidegger's experiment. Hawthorne, N. 
Dr. Heiclenhoff's process. Bellamy, E. 
Doctor, his wife and the clock. Green, 

A. K. 
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. See Stevenson, 

R. L. Strange case of Dr. Jekyll 
Dr. Manette's manuscript. Dickens, C. 
Doctor Marigold. Dickens, C. 
Dr. Marigold's prescriptions. See Dickens, 

C. Dr. Marigold 
Doctor of medicine. Kipling, R. 
Doctor of the old school. Watson, J. 
Dr. Polnitzski. Bates, A. 
Doctor Unonius. Quiller-Couch, A. T. 
Doctor's horse. Freeman, M. E. W. 
Doctors of Holyland. Doyle, A. C. 
Doctor's wife. Davis, Rebecca H. 
Documents in the case. Matthews, J. B. 

and Bunner, H. C. 
Dog. Bennett, E. A. 
Dog. Turgenev, I. S. 
[Dogl Fidelity of. Warman, C. 
[Dog] Gray collie. Pangborn, G. W. 
Dog, Lost. Galsworthy, J. 
[Dog] Memories. Galsworthy, J. 
I Dog] Loveliness. Ward, E. S. P. 
[Dog] Race for number three. London, J. 
Dog of Flanders. Quida 
Dog with a bad name. Duncan, N. 
Doge and dogess. Hofifmann, E. T. W. 
Dog's mission. Stowe, H. B. 
Dog's tale. Clemens, S. L. 
Doherty. Ward, E. S. P. 
Doing the Dollivers. Cameron, M. 
Doings of Raffles Haw. Doyle, A. C. 
Dolce. Long, J. L. 
Doll lady. Freeman, M. E. W. 
Dolliver romance. Hawthorne, N. 
Dolliver's aid to the injured. Cameron, M. 
Dollivers caught napping. Cameron, M. 
Dollivers dine out. Cameron, M. 
Dollivers' long lane. Cameron, M. 
Dollivers' old' dears. Cameron, M. 
Doll's ghost. Crawford, F. M. 
Doll's house. Strindberg, J. A. 
Doll's house — and after. Besant, W. 
Doll's journey. Alcott, L. M. 
Dolly. Davis, Rebecca H. 
Dolly and her beaux. Mitford, M. R. 
Dolly-Jack. Long, J. L. 
Dolly visits Chicago. Bangs, J. K. 
Dolph Heyliger. Irving, W. 
Domestic difference. Watson, J. 
Domestic happiness. See Tolstoi, L. N. 

Family happiness 
Domestic menagerie. Bishop, W. H. 
Domestic peace. See Balzac, H. de. Peace 

of a home 
Domestic protectorate of Missis Bill. Lewis, 

A. H. 
Domesticity and Mrs. Reed. French, A. W. 
Dominie Grier. Crockett, S. R. 
Domsie. Watson, J. 

Don Alphonso's treasure hunt. Mascncld, J. 
Don Carlos. Crosby, M. 
Don Diego takes up his abode in a grotto. 

Bandello, M. 
Don Juan. See Balzac, H. dc. Elixir of life 
Don Juan: a spectral research. Irving. W. 
Don Quixote Klernan, pump-man. Con- 
nolly, J. B. 



Doiia Victoria. Gibbon, P. 

Donal that was rich and Jack that was 

poor. MacManus, S. 
Donkey. Ilcyse, P. J. L. 
Donkey. Maupassant, G. de 
Donnell, Annie (Hamilton) (Mrs. Webb 
Donnell) i86j- 
Adoptcd 

In Very small person 
Harper 113: 927 
Ann Going 

/;; Craftsman 14: 28 
Appeal to Caesar 

In Craftsman 11: 357 
Article seven 

In Rebecca Mary 
Harper 11 1: 595 
Back home 

In Delin 75: 423 
Bereavement 

In Rebecca Mary 
Bible dream 

In Rebecca Mary 
Bobby unwelcome 
In Very small person 
Harper 104: 493 
Bow arm 

In Craftsman 10: 585 
Boy 

In Very small person 
Harper 103:415 
Changed view 

In Everybody's 21:563 
Child 
In Very small person 
Harper 113: 693 
Christopher II 

In Delin 77,: 397 
Circulating library 

In Harper 117: 694 
Cook-book diary ' 

/;/ Rebecca Mary 
Disillusion 

In Everybody's 15: §33 
Dorothy's praxy 

In Harp B 41 : 26 
Expedient 

In Cosmopol 40: I99 
Faithful ghost 

In Craftsman 15: 691 
Feel doll 
In Rebecca Mary 
Harper in: 298 
Gentle sinner 

In Harp B 45: 58 
Gentle traveler 

In Am M 65: 242 
Glory and the other gnd 
In Glory and the other 
Happy boy 

/;/ Delin 77: 271 
Her first Christmas party 
/;; Country Life 11: I93 
Hundred and onetli 
/;/ Rebecca I\Tary 
Harper 106: 480 
Introduction 

//; Harp B 40: 353 
Judith Lynn: a story of the sea 
In Judith Lynn 



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INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Donnell, Annie H.—Coiitinucd. 
Kimmey niutlier 

/;/ Delia 75: 123 
Libby and the dark 

/;; Harp B 40: 134 
Lie 

/;; Very small person 
Harper 106:998 
Little blue overalls 

/;/ Very small person 
Little girl who should have lieen a boy 
//( Very small person 
Harper 103: 7^8 
Little lover 

In Very small person 
Minister 
In Howells, W. D., and Alden, II. M. 
Quaint courtsiiips 
Harp B 39: 695 
Mistake 

/;.• New Eng j\I n s 37: 116 
Mother's picture 

In Harp B 44:3/8 
My neighbor 

In Cur Lit 41 : 355 
New order 

In Harp B 41:834 
Pack 

In Harper 116: 885 
Plummer kind 
/;; Rebecca Mary 
Harper in : 363 
Princess of Make-believe 
In Very small person 
Atlan 90: 268 
Promise 

In Very small person 
Harper 112; 924 
Queer feeling 

In Cosmopol 40: 531 
Rebecca ^Mary's bereavement 

In Harper in: 132 
Rebecca Mary's diary 
In Harper no: 359 
Recompense 

In Very small person 
Atlan 95: 534 
Reprieve 

In New Eng M n s 36: 589 
Return of Rebecca Mary 

In Harper in: 697 
Slender figure 

In Craftsman 18: 626 
Son's son 

In New Eng :\I n s 37:347 
Step one 

In Hari)er 1 15: 133 
Thousand (]uilt 
In Rebecca Mary 
Harper no: 133 
Touch of the sun 

/;; Craftsman 15: 18 
Trying age 

In Harp B 41 : 974 
Two Thanksgivings 

In Harp B 41: 1050 
Uncle Larry 

In Hari)er 105: 75 
1 'n-Plumniered 
/// Ueliecca Mary 



Very small person 

In Harper 105: 877 
Village autocrat 

In Outlook 102: 127 
Doom of the Griffiths. Gaskell, E. C. 
Doomed. Heyse, P. J. L. 
Doomed prince 

/;; Warner library 
Doomed to live. See Balzac, H. de. El ver- 

dugo 
Door. Maupassant, G. de 
Door. Peattic, ]•:. W. 
Door: a nocturne. Harriman. K. E. 
Door in the wall. Wells, H. G. 
Door of unrest. Henry, O. 
Doorstep acquaintance. Howells, W. D. 
Dooryards. Brown, A. 
Dora Nani. SchaefTer, R. 
Dorothea. Singmaster, E. 
r^orothea. Thackeray, W. M. 
Dorothy. Woolson, C. F. 
Dorothy's praxy. Donnell, A. H. 
Dorsey, George Amos, 1868- 
Boy and tlie mud ponv 

In Tappan, E. M. Children's hour 1:466 
Dory-mates. Connolly, J. B. 
Dostoievski, Fedor Mikhailovitch, 1821- 
1881 
Friend of the family 

In Friend of the family 
Gambler 

/;; Friend of the family 
Little orphan 

In Cosmopol 2: 390 
Permanent husband 
In Uncle's dream 
Tree and the wedding 
In Esenwein, J. B. Short story master- 
pieces V 2 
Uncle's dream 
/;; Uncle's dream 
Double-barrelled detective story. Clemens, 

S. L. 
Double-barrelled ghost. Zangwill, I. 
Double dealing. Jacobs. W. W. 
Double-dyed deceiver. Henry. O. 
Double family. Sec Balzac. H. de. Double 

life 
Double life. Balzac. H. de 
Double mistake. Merimec, P. 
Double overture. Benson. E. F. 
Double pins. Maupassant, G. de 
Doubles. Reade, C. 

Doubtful happiness. Maupassant. G. de 
Doubting castle. Pangborn. G. W. 
Dougherty's eye-opener. Henry, O. 
Douglas, Sir Robert Kenaway, 1838- 
Chinese girl graduate 

In Stories by English autlutrs, Orient 
Dove cote davs. King. C. 
Dower che>t of .Ann Ponsford. Silherrad. 

U. L. 
Dower ladies. Smgmaster, E.^ 
Down the ravine. Craddock, C. E. 
Downfall of a criminal lawyer. Train, A. C. 
Downfall of Abner Joyce. Fuller, H. B. 
Downie. Lagerlof, S. 
Dowry. ISTaupassant. G. dc 
Dowrv. Sherwood, M. P. 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



8i 



Doyle, Sir Arthur Conan, 1859- 
Advcnture of Black Peter 

In Return of Sherlock Holmes 
Adventure of Charles Augustus Milverton 

In Return of Sherlock Holmes 
Adventure of the abbey grange 

/;; Return of Sherlock Holmes 
Adventure of the beryl coronet 

In Adventures of Sherlock Holmes 
Adventure of the blue carbuncle 

/)/ Adventures of Sherlock Holmes 
Adventure of the copper beeches 

In Adventures of Sherlock Holmes 
Adventure of the dancing men 

In Return of Sherlock Holmes 
Adventure of the dying detective 

In Collier's 52: N 22 p 5 
Adventure of the empty house 

/;; Return of Sherlock Holmes 
Adventure of the engineer's thumb 

In Adventures of Sherlock Holmes 
Adventure of the final problem 

In McClure 2: 99 
Adventure of the golden pince-nez 

In Return of Sherlock Holmes 
Adventure of the missing three-quarter 

In Return of Sherlock Holmes 
Adventure of the noble bachelor 

In Adventures of Sherlock Holmes 
Adventure of the Norwood builder 

In Return of Sherlock Holmes 
Adventure of the priory school 

In Return of Sherlock Holmes 
Adventure of the second stain 

In Return of Sherlock Holmes 
Adventure of the six napoleons 

In Return of Sherlock Holmes 

Adventure of the solitary cyclist 

In Return of Sherlock Holmes 

Adventure of the speckled band 

Iti Adventures of Sherlock Holmes 
Adventure of the three students 
In Return of Sherlock Holmes 
American's tale 

In My friend the murderer 
Beetle hunter 

In Round the fire stories 
Behind the times 

In Round the red lamp 
Beyond the city 

In Beyond the city 
Black doctor. See Doyle, A. C. Story of 

the black doctor 
Blighting of Sharkey 

In Last galley 
Bones, the April fool of Harvey's sluice 
In My friend the murderer 
London Society 41 : 391 
Boscombe Valley mystery 

In Adventures of Sherlock Holmes 
Brazilian cat. See Doyle, A. C. Story of 

the Brazilian cat 
Brown hand 

In Round the fire stories 
Captain John Adams, missing 

In Harper 100: 783 
Captain Sharkey 
In Green flag 

Tragedy of the Korosko 



Case of identity 

In Adventures of Sherlock Holmes 
Sign of the four 
Tales of Sherlock Holmes 
Hawthorne, J. Library mystery and 
detective stories, English-Scotch 
Case of Lady Sannox 
In Round the red lamp 
Idler 4: 331 
Club-footed grocer. See Doyle, A. C. 

Story of the clul)-footed grocer 
Coming of the Huns 
In Last galley 
Scrib M 48:548 
Contest 

In Last galley 
Crime of the brigadier 

In Green flag 
Croxley master 
In Croxley master 
Green flag 

Tragedy of the Korosko 
Strand 18: 363, 483, 615 
Curse of Eve 

In Round the red lamp 
De profundis 

In Last galley 
Debut of Bimbashi Joyce 
In Green flag 

Tragedy of the Korosko 
McClure 15: 60 
Disappearance of Lady Carfax 

In Am M 73: 130 
Doctors of Holyland 
In Round the red lamp 
Idler 5: 227 
McClure 3: 274 
Doings of Raffles Haw 

/;; Beyond the city 
False start 

In Round the red lamp 
Fiend of the cooperage 

In Round the fire stories 
First cargo 
//( Last galley 
Scrib M 48:655 
Five orange pips 

/;; Adventures of Sherlock Holmes 
Foreign office romance 
In Green flag 

Tragedy of the Korosko 
McClure 4: 70 
Giant Maximin 

In Last galley 
Governor of St. Kitts 

/n. McClure 9: 565 
Great Brown-Pericord motor 

In Last galley 
Great shadow 

/;/ Great shadow 
Green flag 
In Green flag 

Tragedy of the Korosko 
McClure 4: I55 
Gully of Bluemansdyke 

In My friend the murderer 
His first operation 

In Round the red lamp 
Home-coming 
//( Last galley 



82 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Doyle, Sir Arthur Conan—Coiili)uir(l. 
Iconoclast 

III Last galley 
Japanned box 

/;; Round the fire stories 
Jelland's voyage 

/;; Round the fire stories 
Jew's l)reastplate 

III Round the lire stories 
John Huxford's hiatus 
In Sign of the four 
Cornhill 57:598 
Liv Age 1/8: 210 
King of the foxes 
In Green flag 

Tragedy of the Korosko 
Last galley 

In Last galley 
Last of the legions 

/;; Last galley 
Leather funnel 

In Round the fire stories 
I^IcClure 20: 17 
Little square box 

In My friend the nuirdcrcr 
Lord of Chateau Noir 
/;; Green flag 

Tragedy of the Korosko 
Lord of Falconbridge 

In Last galley 
Los Amigos fiasco 
In Round the red lamp 
Idler 2:548 
Lost special. See Doyle, A. C. Story of 

the lost special 
Lot No. 249 
In Round the red lamp 
Harper 85: 525 
Man from Archangel 

In Aly friend the murderer 
London Society 47^75 
Man with the twisted lip 

In Adventures of Sherlock Holmes 
Man with the watches. See Doyle, A. C. 

Story of the man with the watches 
:Marriage of the brigadier 

In Last galley 
Medical document 

In Round the red lamp 
My friend the murderer 
In My friend the murderer 
Sign of the four 
London Society 42: supp 30 
Mystery of Sasassa Valley 
In My friend the murderer 

Stories by English authors, African 
New catacomb 

In Green flag 
Night among the nihilists 

In My friend the murderer 
One crowded hour 

In One crowded hour 
Our Derby sweepstakes 
In My friend the murderer 
London Society 41:417 
Out of the running 

In Last galley 
Parasite 

In Parasite 
Parson of Jackman's gulch 
In My friend the nuinlcrer 



Physiologist's wife 

/;; Round the red lamp 
Blackw 148: 339 
Eclectic M 115: 493 
Liv Age 187: 207 
Plaj'ing with fire 

In Round the fire stories 
Pot of caviare 

/;; Round the fire stories 
Question of diplomacy 

In Round the red lamp 
Red-headed league 
/;/ Adventures of Sherloek Holmes 

Hawthorne, J. Library mystery and 

detective stories, English-Scotch 
Warner library 
Red star 
In Last galley 
Scrib M 49: 24 
Ring of Thoth 
In Sign of the four 
Cornhill 6r: 46 
Eclectic M 114: 355 
Scandal in Bohemia 
In Adventures of Sherlock Plolmes 
Sign of the four 
Tales of Sherlock Holmes 
Hawthorne, J. Library mystery and 
detective stories, English-Scotch 
Sealed room. See Doyle, A. C. Story of 

the sealed room 
Secret of Goresthorpe Grange 

In Patten, W. International short 
stories v 3 
Selecting a ghost 

/;} My friend the murderer 
London Society 42:681 
Shadow before 
In Green flag 

Tragedy of the Korosko 
Sherlock Holmes's latest adventure. .S"c-^ 
Doyle, A. C. Disappearance of Lady 
Carfax 
Sign of the four 
/;; Sign of the four 

Tales of Sherlock Holmes 
Lippinc 45: 147 
Silver hatchet 

In ^ly friend the murderer 
Silver mirror 
III Last galley 
'Sla]iping Sal" 
In Green flag- 
Tragedy of the Korosko 
McClure i: 206 
Story of the beetle-hunter 

/;[ Strand 15:603 
Story of the black doctor 
In Round the fire stories 
Strand 16: 372 
Story of the Brazilian cat 
/;; Round the fire stories 
Strand 16: 603 
Story of the club-footed grocer 
7)1 'Round the fire stories 
Strand 16:483 
Storv of the lost special 
/;;' Round the fire stones 
Strand !'>: 15.^ 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



83 



Story of the man with the matches 
In Round the fire stories 
Strand 16: 33 
Story of the sealed room 
III Round the fire stories 
Strand 16: 243 
Straggler of '15 

/;; Round the red lamp 
Striped chest 

/;; Green flag 
Surgeon of Gaster Fell 
In Sign of the four 

Chambers's J 67: 770 
Surgeon talks 

In Round the red lamp 
Sweethearts 

In Round the red lamp 
Idler 5:451 
IMcClure 3: 400 
Tempted by the devil 
In Cosmopol 19 '• 561 
Terror of Blue John Gap 

In Last galley 
Third generation 

In Round the red lamp 
Three correspondents 
In Green flag 

Tragedy of the Korosko 
Through the m,ists: i. Coming of the 
Huns; 2. First cargo; 3. Red star 
In Scrib M 48: 548, 655; 49: 24 
Through the veil 
In Last galley 
Tragedy of the Korosko 

In Tragedy of the Korosko 
Uncle Bernac 

In Great shadow 
Usher of Lea house school 
In Round the fire stories 
Draft on the bank of Spain. Mitchell, S. W. 
Dragon fang. O'Brien, F. 
Dragoness. Hibbard, G. A. 
Dragoumis, Julia D. 

Alexander the son of Philip 

In Under Greek skies 
Barba Stathi 

In Tales of a Greek island 
End of the fairy tale 

In Tales of a Greek island 
Finding of the cave 

In Under Greek skies 
In the cave 

In Tales of a Greek island 
Atlan 108: 211 
Mattina 

In Under Greek skies 
North and south 

In Tales of a Greek island 
Atlan 107: 721 
On the hills 

In Tales of a Greek island 
Only son of his mother 
In Tales of a Greek island 
Atlan 108: 540 
Shepherd of Arcadia 

In Atlan 112: 551 
Stepmother 
In Tales of a Greek island 
Atlan 108:68 



Under the mulberries 

/;; Tales of a Greek island 
Atlan 109:22 
Vasili 

In Talcs of a Greek island 
Dragon's teeth. Hawthorne, N. 
Drake who had means of his own. Wistcr, O. 
Drama of an evening. King, G. E. 
Drama of three. King, G. E. 
Drama on the seashore. See Balzac, H. dc. 

Seaside tragedy 
Dramatic funeral. Coppee, F. 
Drawing the color line. Comer, C. A. P. 
Drawn blind. Quiller-Couch, A. T. 
Drawn shutters. Connolly, J. B. 
Draxy Miller's dowry. Jackson, H. H. 
Dray Wara Yow Dee. Kipling, R. 
Dread. See Maupassant, G. de. Fear 
Dream. Henry, O. 
Dream. Morris, W. 
Dream. Turgenev, I. S. 
Dream and a story. Flarris, J. C. 
Dream children. Lamb, C. 
Dream-face. Gibbon, P. 
Dream-gown of the Japanese ambassador. 

Matthews, J. B. 
Dream knight. Maartens, M. 
Dream of Akinosuke. Hearn, L. 
Dream of Armageddon. Wells, H. G. 
Dream of Debs. London, J. 
Dream of Duncan Parrenness. Kipling, R. 
Dream of John Ball. Morris, W. 
Dream of Nageeb Fiani; a story of the 

Syrian quarters. Duncan, N. 
Dream of the morning. Brown, A. 
Dream woman. Collins, W. 
Dreamer. Jacobs, W. W. 
Dreamers discuss a magazine poem. Bangs, 

J. K. 
Dreamers in congress. Zangwill, I. 
Dreams. Chekhov, A. P. 
Dreams. Maupassant. G. de 
Dress clothes of Monsieur Pomponnet. 

Merrick, L. 
Dressing-maid. Coppee, F. 
Dressing room. Futrelle, J. 
Drift from Redwood camp. Harte, B. 
Drift of fate. Weyman, S. J. 
Drifting crane. Garland. H. 
Drifting down Lost creek. Craddock, C. E. 
Drinkwater romance. Morrison. A. 
Drop a tear in the slot. Henry, O. 
Drop of blood. Maartens, M. 
Drowned man. I\Taupassant. G. de 
Drowne's wooden image. Flawthornc, N. 
Droz, [Antoine] Gustave 
Semptress's story 

In Stories by foreign authors. French 
V 2 
Drum-maior. Seawell, M. E. 
Drums of the fore and aft. Kipling, R. 
Drumshcugh's love story. Watson, J. 
Drunkard. Maupassant. G. de 
Drunkard's death. Dickens. C. 
Dual control. Jacobs. W. W. 
Dual personality of Slick Dick Nickerson. 

Norris. F. 
Due d' I'Omclette. Poc, E. A. 
Due de Nevers. Train. A. C. 
Ducal audience. Cabell. J. B. 
Duchess and Madame Margot. Halevy, L. 
Duchess at prayer. Wharton, E. 



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INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Duchess Eleanor. Maartens, M. 

Duchess of Hamptonshire. Hardy, T. 

Duchcssc de Langcais. Balzac, H. dc 

Duchess of Nona. Hewlett, M. M. 

Duchoux. Maupassant, G. de 

Duel. P.land, E. X. 

Dud. Conrad, J. 

Duel. 1 lenry, O. 

Duel. Maupassant, G. dc 

Duel. Pushkin, A. S. 

Duel. Strindberg, J. A. 

Duel between the fox and tlic wolf 

/;; Tappan, E. M. Children's hour 1:219 
Duel in the desert. Hornung, E. W. 

Duel of the two sharpers (Arabic) 

/;; Hawthorne, J. Library mystery and 
detective stories, Oriental 

Duellist. See Page, T. N. When the Colonel 

was a duellist 
Duellist. See Turgenev, I. S. Two friends 
Duke Humphrey's dinner. O'Brien, F. 
Duke's allotment. Hawkins, A. H. 
Duke's Christmas. Stuart, R. M. 
Duke's reappearance. Hardy, T. 
Dulham ladies. Jewctt, S. O. 
Dull Jim. Long, J. L. 
Dullet. See Page, T. N. Prosecution of r^lrs. 

Dullet 
Duluth tragedy. Janvier, T. A. 

Dumas, Alexandre (pere) 1802- 1870 
Countess Bertha's honey-feast 

/;; Fairy tales 
Crop-eared Jacquot 

/;; Crop-eared Jacquot 
Dead alive. See Dumas, A. Julien 
Fisherman of Naples. See Dumas, A. 

IMasaniello 
Galley-slave 

In Galley-slave 
Horrors of Paris 

/;; Horrors of Paris 
Jane 

In Crop-eared Jacf|uot 
Julien; or, The dead alive 

In Galley-slave 
Masaniello; or, The fisherman of Naples 

/;; Masaniello 
Mohicans of Paris 

In Mohicans of Paris 
Pauline 

/;; Pauline 
Prince of thieves 

In Prince of thieves 
Snow-ball 

In Snow-ball and Sultanctta 
Tales of the Caucasus 
Solange: Dr. Ledru's story of the reisn 
of terror 

/;/ Patten, ^^■. International short stor- 
ies V 3 
Sultanctta 

fit Snow-ball and Sultanctta 
When Pierrot was young 

/); Fairy tales 
W^olf-lcader 

/)/ Wolf-leader 
Dumb fox glove. Slosson, A. T. 
Duniitru and Sigrid. Cahan, .\. 
Dun. I'.dgeworth, ]\T. 



Dunbar, Alice Ruth Moore (Mrs. Paul 
Lawrence Dunbar) 

By tile bayuu St. jolin 

In Goodness of St. Rocque 
Carnival jangle 

In Goodness of St. Rocque 
Fisherman of Pass Christian 

In Goodness of St. Rocque 
Goodness of Saint Rocque 

/;; Goodness of St. Rocque 
In honor bound 

/;; Munsey 30: 728 
La Juanita 

In Goodness of St. Rocque 
Little Miss Sophie 

/;; Goodness of St. Rocque 
Mr. Baptiste 

/;; Goodness of St. Rocque 
]\rsieu Forticr's violin 

In Goodness of St. Rocque 
Odalie 

/;.' Goodness of St. Rocque 
Orpheus 

In Pall Mall 26: 192 
Praline woman 

/;; Goodness of St. Rocque 
Rose Dormant 

/;; New Eng M n s 31:397 
Sister Josepha 

/;; Goodness of St. Rocque 
Titee 

In Goodness of St. Rocque 
Tony's wife 

In Goodness of St. Rocque 
\\'hcn the bayou overflows 

In Goodness of St. Rocque 

Dunbar, Paul Lawrence, 1872-1906 

Anner 'Lizcr's stumhlin' Ijlock 

/;; 1^'olks from Dixie 
Ash-cake Hannah and her Ben 

/;; In old plantation days 
At Shaft II 

In Folks from Dixie 
Aunt Mandy's investment 

/;/ Folks from Dixie 
Aunt Tempe's revenge 

/;; In old plantation days 
Aunt Tempe's triumph 

/;; In old plantation days 
Blessed deceit 

/)( In old plantation days 
Brief cure of -A.unt Fanny 

/;; In old plantation days 
Case of Ca'line 

/;; Strength of Gideon 
Churching of Grandma Pleasant 

In Lippinc 75: 3.^7 
Colonel's awakening 

/;; Folks from Dixie 
Conjuring contest 

/;; In old plantation days 
Council of state 

/;/ Strength of (udeon 
Dandy Jim's conjure scare 

In In old plantation days 
Defection of Maria .-Xnn Gibbs 

In In old plantation days 
Deliberation of Mr. Dunkin 

/;; Folks from Dixie 
Cosmopol 24: 678 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



85 



Dizzy-headed Dick 

/;; In old plantation days 
Easter wedding 

In In old plantation days 
Faith cure man 

In Strength of Gideon 
P'amily feud 

In Folks from Dixie 
Finding of Martha 

In In old plantation days 
Lippinc 69: 375 
Finding of Zach 

In Strength of Gideon 
Finish of Patsy Barnes 

In Strength of Gideon 
Fruitful sleeping of tlie Rev. Elisha Ed- 
wards 

In Strength of Gideon 
How Brother Parker fell from grace 

In In old plantation days 
Independence of Silas Bollender 

In Lippinc 68: 375 
Ingrate 

In Strength of Gideon 

New Eng M n s 20:676 
Intervention of Peter 

/;; Folks from Dixie 
Jethro's garden 

/;/ Era 10: 78 
Jim's probation 

In Strength of Gideon 
Jimsella 

/;; Folks from Dixie 
Johnsonham, junior 

In Strength of Gideon 
Judgment of Paris 

In In old plantation days 
Lady slipper 

In In old plantation days 
Last fiddling of Mordaunt's Jim 

In In old plantation days 
Mammy Peggy's pride 

In Strength of Gideon 
Memory of Martha 

In In old plantation days 
Mess of pottage 

In Strength of Gideon 
Minority committee 

In Lippinc 68: 617 
Mr. Cornelius Johnson, office-seeker 

In Strength of Gideon 
Mr. Groby's slippery gift 

In In old plantation days 
Mortification of the flesh 

/;; Lippinc 68: 250 
Mt. Pisgah's Christmas 'possum 

In Folks from Dixie 
Nelse Hatton's vengeance 

In Folks from Dixie 
Old man's fortunes 

In Strength of Gideon 
Old-time Christmas 

In Strength of Gideon 
Ordeal at Mt. Hope 

In Folks from Dixie 
Silas Jackson 

In Strength of Gideon 
Silent Sam'el 

/;; In old plantation days 
Sport of the gods 

In Lippinc 67: 515 



Stanton coachman 

/;; in old plantation days 
Strength of Gideon 

/;/ Strength of Gideon 
Lippinc 64: 617 
Supper by proxy 

In In old plantation days 
Tragedy at Three Forks 

In Strength of Gideon 
Trial sermons on Bull-Skin 

1)1 Folks from Dixie 
Trouble about Sophiny 

/;; In old plantation days 
Trousers 

In In old plantation days 
Trustfulness of Polly 

In Strength of Gideon 
Uncalled 

In Lippinc 61 : 579 
Uncle Simon's Sundays out 

In Strength of Gideon 
Vindication of Jared Hargot 

In Lippinc 73 ■ 374 
Viney's free papers 

In Strength of Gideon 
Visiting of Mother Danbury 

In Lippinc 68: 746 
Walls of Jericho 

In In old plantation days 
Way of a woman 

In In old plantation days 
Way of love 

In Lippinc 75: 68 
White counterpane 

In Lippinc 68: 500 
Who stand for the gods 

In In old plantation days 
Duncan, Norman, 1871- 
Animal shop 

In Harper 126: 79 
Art of Terry Lute 

In Cent 85:397 
Beat t' harbour 

In Way of the sea 
Harper 107: 614 
Best of a bad job 

In Harper 124: 410 
Black pawn 

In Harper 125: 264 
Boss of the gang 

In Canad M 25: 506 
Breaking camp at Kantara 

In Harper 118: 516 
Breath of the north 

In Way of the sea 
McClure 22: 44 
By-an' by Brown of Blunder cove 

In Harper 117: 526 
Cast away on Feather's Folly 

In Cosmopol 41: 353 
Chase of the fin-back whale 

In Outing 44: 679 
Chase of the tide 

In Way of the sea 
Outing 44: 679 
]McClnre 17:307 
Comedy of Candlestick cove 

In Harper 114: 954 
Concerning Billy Luff and Master Good- 
kind 

In Way of the sea 



86 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Duncan, Norman— Continued. 
Croesus of Gingerbread cove 

/;; Harper 125: 862 
Cure of Hezekiah 

/;; Harper 115: 940 
Dog with a bad name 

In Outing 51: 705 
Dream of Nagecb Fiami; a story of tlie 
Syrian quarters 
In Canad M 25: 241 
Every man for liimself 

/;; Harper 113: 255 
Fairmeadow. See Duncan, N. John Fair- 
meadow's foundling; Judgment of 
John Fairmeadow; Ordination ot 
John Fairmeadow 
Father for the baby 
In Harper 122: 933 
Finding his soul 

/;; Finding his soul 
Fool of Skeleton Tickle 

In Outlook Si : 229 
For the hand of Haleem 
In Soul of the street 
Atlan 86: 347 
Fruits of toil 
In Way of the sea 
McClure 19: 257 
God in Israel 

In Harper 126: 165 
Greatest player in all the world 

In Soul of the street 
Haleem. See Duncan, N. For the hand 

of Haleem 
Halfyard's mutiny 

In Canad M 25:433 
Healer from Far-Away cove 
In Way of the sea 
Harper 105: 669 
Higgins — a man's Christian 

In Harper 119: 165 
In the absence of Mrs. Halloran 
In Soul of the street 
Atlan 85: 255 
In the fear of the Lord 
In Way of the sea 
Atlan 90: 145 
John Fairmeadow's foundling 

In Harper 122: 298 
Judgment of John Fairmeadow 

In Harper 121 : 717 
Lamp of liberty 

In Soul of the street 
Atlan 85: 649 
Little romance 

In Harper 119: 841 
Love of the maid 

In Way of the sea 
Lower animal 

In Harper 124: 752 
Madonna of Tinkle Tackle 

In Atlan 1 10: ()15 
Minstrel 

In Harper 1 17: 29 
Miracle at Pale Peter's 

In Harper 123: 239 
Mrs. Halloran. Sec Duncan, N. In llic 

al)senco of Mrs. Halloran 
Ninety-ninth notcli 
In Harper 114: (>33 



Of the real sea 

In Outing 40: 590 
Ordination of John Fairmeadow 

In Outlook 97: 649 
Our harl)or 

In Outlook 77:846 
People from the east 
In Harper 106: 553 
Questing veteran 

In Harper 120: 245 
Raging of the sea 
In Way of the sea 
McClure 18: 433 
Regenerate 

In Cent 81: 439 
Revolution of Satan's Trap 

In Cent 74: 185 
Romance of Whooping Harbor 
In Howells, W. D., and Alden, II. M. 
Quaint courtships 
Harper in: 268 
Santa Clans at Lonely Cove 

In Atlan 92: 742 
Small Sam Small 

In Harper 122: 463 
Spirit of revolution 
In Soul of the street 
McClure 15: 466 
Squall 

In Harper 116: 826 
Stitch in time 

In Harper 122: 463 
Strength of men 
In Way of the sea 
McClure 21: 532 
Suitable child 
1)1 Suitable child 
Harper 119: 511 
Surplus 

In Harper 116: 749 
Sympathetic part 

In Harper 120: 858 
They who lose at love 

In Harper 112: 338 
Under-shepherd 

In Soul of the street 
Wayfarer 

In Atlan 98: 145 
With that measure of love 

In Harper 121 : S79 
Wreck of tlie Will-o'-the-Wisp 

In Canad M 25: 330 
Yarn of the "Sink or Swim" 
In Harper 108: 444 
Duncan Campbell. Hogg, J. 
Dnnnal)ridgc. Pliillpolts, F. 
Dunne, Finley Peter (Martin Dooley, 
pseud.) 1867- 
Mr. Dooley on corporal punishment 
In Patten, W. International short 
stories v i 
Dunmll, slicpherdcss. Jcwrtt, S. ( ). 
Duplicilv of Hargravcs. llonry, O, 
Dury. i'hillpotts, F,. 
Dusk of tlie gods, llunrkcr, J. G. 
Dusky philosophy. Stockti)n, I\ R. 
Dust. Bjornson, B. 
Dust-cloud. Benson, E. F. 
Dust of defeat. Osbourne, L. 
Dutcli Kilty's white slippers. Ralph, J. 



INDEX TO SHORT STCJRIES 



87 



Dweller of the threshold. By Sir Ed-d 

L-tt-n B-lw-r. Harte, B. 
Dwellers. Bland. E. N. 
Dyar, Muriel Campbell 
Beau 

In Harper 112: 390 
Benje's eulogy 

In Harper 107: 472 
Crime in Jedidiah Peeble s house 

In Harper 124: 599 
Davie and Elizabeth 

In Davie and Elizabeth 
Harper 109: 556 
In the other room 

/;; Harper 118: 510 
Johnny Hall 

In Harper 115: 174 
Last visit to a scholar 

In Harper 114: 772 
Man of destiny 

In Harper 117: 873 
Mother bird 

In Harper 116: 786 
Old 'Lijah Bale's escape 

In Harper 115: 13 
On the birdcage road 

In Harper 121 : 107 
Oversight 

In Harper 117: 136 
Piece of good fortune 

In Harper 122: 533 
Resignation 

In Harper 119: 213 
Sleepyhead 

In Harper 119: 611 
Story of a great week 

In Harper no: 504 
Tea-party 

In Harper iiO: 277 
Valedictory 

In Harper 114: 545 

Dying fires. Norris, F. 
"Dymchurcli flit." Kipling, R. 
E. Holbrook's patience. Pangborn, G. W. 
Each to his lights. Connolly, J. B. 
Eagle and the fir. Bjornson, B. 
Eagle's nest. Bjornson, B. 
Earl of Dunvon. Janvier. T. A. 
Earle, Mary Tracy (Mrs. William T. Home) 
1864- 
Alarm bell 

In Man who worked for CoUister 
Aunt Clementine's old days 

In Man who worked for CoUister 
Beau of 'Arriette 

In Through old rose glasses 
Cent 58:561 
Captor of old Pontomoc 
In Man who worked for CoUister 
Scrib M 19: 749 
Caravan 

In Harper 106: 367 
Cenotaph 

In Harper 108:868 
Dinner of herbs 

In Outlook 71 : 1021 
Fig-tree of old Jourde 

In Man who worked for CoUister 
First Mrs. Keener 

In Through old rose glasses 



Flag on the hilltop 

In Flag on the hilltop 
Glass door 

/;; Harper 114: 351 
Governor's prerogatives 

In Man who worked for CoUister 
McClurc 2: 562 
Great state of Johnsing 

In Man who worked for CoUister 
Heartsease 

In Through old rose glasses 
Atlan 86: 472 
Hildreth's wedding day 

In Man who worked for CoUister 
In the street of flower-makers 

In INIunsey 26: 107 
Johnny Sands 

In Harper 108: 692 
King James of the strawberry patch 

/;( Dclin 72,: 562 
Law and the long bone 

In Man who worked for CoUister 
Lawyer Money 

In Through old rose glasses 
Little mountain maid 

/;;- Man who worked for CoUister 
Man who worked for CoUister 

In Man who worked for CoUister 
Cent 53:728 
Mask of the lost soul 

In Man who worked for CoUister 
Mr. Willie's wedding-veil 

In Man who worked for CoUister 
Harper 96: 131 
JNIountain gold 

In Man who worked for CoUister 
On the night train 

In Through old rose glasses 
Atlan 85:748. 
On the word of Victor Paul 

In Outlook 66: 345 
Race of the little ships 
* In Man who worked for CoUister 
Shuttles of the web 

In Through old rose glasses 
Six brave soldiers 
In Man who worked for CoUister 
Munsey i7: 357 
Through old rose glasses 
In Though old rose glasses 
Atlan 84: 506 
Tinkling simlins 

In Through old rose glasses 

Atlan 82: 225 

Tomorrow's child 

/;; Atlan 90: 599 

Wonderful wheel 

1)1 Wonderful wheel ' 

Earlier manner. Hibbard, G. A. 
Early days. Tolstoi, L. N. 
Early experiences of Ralph Ringwood. 

Irving, W. 
Earth letter of a :\Lartian. Loomis, C. B. 
Early majority of Mr. Thomas Watts. 

Johnston, R. M. 
Earthlings. King, G. E. 
Earthquake-child. Phillpotts, E. 
Earth's holocaust. Hawthorne, N. 
East and west. Hale, E. E. 
Easter blessing. Spofford, H. P. 
Easter night. Korolenko, V. G. 



88 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Easter of tlio soul. Henry, O. 
Easter story. Thcuriet, A. 
Easter symljol. Stuart, R. M. 
Easter wedding. Dunbar, P. L. 
Eastern I-^aster. I.oomis, C. B. 
Eastman, Charles Alexander (Ohiyesa the 
Sioux Indian) 1858- 
Gray chieftain 

/// Howells, W. D. and Aldcn, H. M. 
Under the sunset 
Easy nlone}^ Jacobs, W. W. 
Eat-'em-up Jack. Lewis, A. H. 
Ebb-tide. Stevenson, R. L. and Osbourne, L. 
Eben Holden's last day a-lishiuR. Bach- 

cllcr, I. 
Ebner von Eschenbach, Marie von, 1830- 
Princess Lciladin 

In Chaut 19: 623 
Two countesses 
In Two countesses 
Echo. Hopkins, M. S. B. 
Echo hunt. Gray, D. 
Echo in Egypt. Hichens, R. S. 
Echo of Antietam. Bellamy, E. 

Eckstein, Ernst, 1845-1900 

Chaldean magician. An adventure in 
Rome in the reign of the Emperor 
Diocletian 
In Chaldean magician 
Monk of the Aventine 
In Monk of the Aventine 
Edda and the oak. Peattie, E. W. 
Edged tools: a tale in two chapters. Mat- 
thews, J. B. and Pollock, W. H. 

Eddy, John A. 

Dinner party 

In Stories by American authors v 2 
Atlan 30: 527 
Edelweiss. Besant, W. and Rice, J. * 
Edelweiss of the Sierras. Harrison, C. C. 
Edgar, the choir boy uncelestial. Bacon, 
J. D. 

Edge worth, Maria, 1767- 1849 
Almeria 

/;; Tales and novels v 7 
Angelina: or L'amie inconnue 

In Tales and novels v 3 
Barring out: or, Party spirit 
In Parent's assistant 

Tappan, E. M. Children's hour 6: 

201 

Basket woman 

/;( Parent's assistant 
Birthday present 

In Parent's assistant 
Bracelets 

In Parent's assistant 
Castle Rackrent 

In Tales and novels v i 
Cherry orchard 

In Harry and Lucy 
Contrast 

In Tales and novels v 5 
Dun 

In Tales and novels v 6 
Emilc de Coulanges 

In Talcs and novels v lO 



Ennui 

In Tales and novels v 6 
Eton Montem 

In Parent's assistant 
False key 

In Parent's assistant 
Forester 

Iji Tales and novels v 2 • 

Forgive and forget 

In Parent's assistant 
Good aunt 

In Tales and novels v 2 > 

Good French governess 

/;; Talcs and novels v 3 
Grateful negro 

/» Talcs and novels v 5 
Harry and Lucj' 

In Harry and Lucy 
Knapsack 

In Tales and novels v 3 
Lame Jervas 

In Tales and novels v 4 
Lazy Lawrence 

In Parent's assistant 
Leonora 

In Tales and novels v 13 
Letters of Julia and Caroline 

In Talcs and novels v 13 
Limerick gloves 

In Tales and novels v 4 
Little dog Trusty 

In Harry and Lucy 
Little merchants 

In Parent's assistant 
Lottery 

/;; Talcs and novels v 4 
Madame de Fleury 

III Tales and novels v 10 
Mademoiselle Panache 

/;; Parent's assistant 
Tales and novels v 3 
Manoeuvring 

In Tales and novels v 7 
Manufacturers 

In Tales and novels v 5 
Mimic 

In Parent's assistant 
]\lodern Griselda 

/;; Tales and novels v 10 
Murad the unlucky 

In Tales and novels v 5 
Old Poz 

In Parent's assistant 
Orange man 

In Harrj' and Lucy 
Orphans 

In Parent's assistant 
Out of debt, out of danger 

In Talcs and novels v 4 
Party spirit. See Edgeworth, M. Barring 

out 
Prussian vase 

In Tales and novels v 2 
Purple jar 

Tappan, E. M. Children's hour 6: 3 
Rosanna 

In Tales and novels v 4 
Simple Susan 

In Parent's assistant 

Tappan, E. M. Children's hour 6:253 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



89 



To-morrow 

In Tales and novels v 5 
Vivian 

In Talcs and novels v 8 
Wager 

In Tappan, E. M. Cliildren s hour 6:12 
Waste not, vvrant not 
In Parent's assistant 
Waste not, want not 
White pigeon 

In Parent's assistant 
Will 

In Tales and novels v 4 
Editha. Howells, W. D. 
Editha's burglar. Burnett, F. H. 
Editing of Xanthippe. Bangs, J. K. 
Editor. See Page, T. N. Her sympathetic 

editor 
Editor's story. Davis, Richard H. 
Ednah and her brothers. White, E. O. 
Edric and Sylvaine. Pyle, H. 
Education of a butterfly. Loomis, C. B. 
Education of Elizabeth. Bacon, J. D. 
Education of Otis Yeere. Kipling, R. 
Edward Fane's rosebud. Hawthorne, N. 
Edward Herrics. Masefield, J. 
Edward Mills and George Benton; a tale. 

Clemens, S. L. 
Edward Randolph's portrait. Hawthorne, N. 
Edwards, Amelia [Ann] Blandford, 183 1- 
1892 
Four-fifteen express 
In Stories by English authors, England 
Edwin and Ardella. Bishop, W. H. 
"Ee," said 'Lizabet— "Ee," said Hans. 

French, A. W. 
Eekhoud, Georges, 1854- 
Ex-voto 

In Warner library 
Kors Davie 
In Warner library 
Eel-king. Sec Field, E. Hawaiian folk-tales 
Effectual fervent prayer. Van Dyke, H. 
Efiferati family. Janvier, T. A. 
Egg-stealing. Quiller-Couch, A. T. 
Eggleston, Edward, 1837-1902 
Basement story 

In Duffels 
Christmas club 

In Duffels 
Gunpowder plot 

In Duffels 
Huldah, the help 
In Duffels 

Scrib M i : 189 
Mr. Blake's walking-stick 

In Mr. Blake's walking-stick 
New cashier 
In Duffels 

Cent 45: 189 
Periwinkle 

In Dufifels 
Priscilla 
In Dufifels 

Scrib o s 3: 18 
Redemptioner 
In Dufifels 

Cent 46:625 



Sister Tabea 
In Dufifels 

Cent 31: 894 
Story of a valentine 

In Dufifels 
Talking for life 
In Dufifels 
Eglantina. Freeman, M. E. W. 
Egotism; or, The bosom serpent. Haw- 
thorne, N. 
Egypt. Stuart, R. M. 
Egyptian fire-eater. Baumbach, R. 
Eidolons of Brooks Alford. Howells, W. D. 
Eight years in a rock. Hawthorne, J. 
Eighth deadly sin. Huneker, J. G. 
El Dorado. Gather, W. S. 
El dorado. Masefield, J. 
El verdugo. Balzac, H. de 
Elaborate elopement. Jacobs, W. W. 
Elder Pill, preacher. Garland, H. 
Elder's wife Jackson, H. H. 
Eleanor Cuyler. Davis, Richard H. 
Eleanor's house. Gather, W. S. 
Election for beadle. Dickens, C. 
Electionccrin' on Big Injun Mountmg. 

Craddock, C. E. 
Electric lady. Garland, H. 
Electrical error. Bangs, J. K. 
Eleonora. Poe, E. A. 
Elephant has a bet with the tiger (adapted). 

Skeat. W. W. 
Elephant's child. Kiplmg, R. 
Elevator; farce. Howells, W. D. 
Eleventh hour. Foote, M. H. 
Eleventh hour. Gibbon, P. 
Eleventh hour. Stetson, G. E. C. 
Eli. Chaplin, H. W. 
Elias. See Tolstoi, L. N. Ilyas 
Elias Windmanstadius; or. The medizeval 

man. Gautier, T. 
Elijah's goblet. Zangwill, I. 
Eliot, Annie. See Trumbull, A. E. 
Eliot, George, pseud. (Mrs. Mary Ann 
Evans [Lewes] Cross) 1819-1880 
Amos Barton. See Eliot, G. Sad for- 
tunes of the Rev. Amos Barton 
Brother Jacob 

In Silas Marner 
Janet's repentance 

In Scenes of clerical life 
Lifted veil 
In Silas Marner 

Mabie. H. W., and Strachey, L. 
Little masterpieces of fiction v 4 
Blackw 86: 24 
Liv Age 62: 360 
Mr. Gilfil's love-story 

In Scenes of clerical life 
Sad fortunes of the Rev. Amos Barton 
In Scenes of clerical life 
Blackw 81: 153 
Liv Age 53 ■•24, 92 
Scenes of clerical life 

In Silas Marner ; 

Silas Marner 

In Silas Marner 
Theophrastus Such 
•In Theophrastus Such 
Eli's education. Akott, L. M. 
Elisha. Quillcr-Couch, A. T. 



90 



IXDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Elissa; the doom of Zimbabwe. Haggard, 
R. 

Elixir. Gissing, G. 

Elixir of life. IBalzac, H. dc 

Elixir of life. See Hawthorne, N. Septi- 
mius Fclton 

Elixir of the Rev. Pere Gaucher. Daudet, A. 

Elixir of youth. Bennett, E. A. 

Eliza Hepburn's deliverance. Fuller, H. B. 

Eliza Sam. Freeman, M. E. W. 

Elizabeth. Dcland, M. 

Elizabeth's husband. Davis, Rebecca H. 

Ellen. Mitford, M. R. 

Ellen and J\Ir. Man. Morris, G. 

Elleneen. Jewctt, S. O. 

Elm-tree. I-'rceman, M. E. W. 

Elmina's living-out. Singmaster, E. 

Elopement. See Jacobs, W. W. Elaborate 
elopement 

Eloping with papa. Bangs, J. K. 

Elsie: a Christmas story. Kielland, A. L. 

Elsie in New York. Henry, O. 

Elsie's dance for her life. Crockett, S. R. 

Elsket. Page, T. N. 

Elves. Tieck, L. 

Emancipation of Billy. Henry, O. 

Emancipation of Thaddeus. Bangs, J. K. 

Embers. Acebal, F. 

Embroideress of Trierso. Hcyse, P. J. L. 

Emerenz. Heyse, P. J. L. 

Emergency men. Jessop, G. H. 

Emergency mistress. Stockton, F. R. 

Emigrants. Connolly, J. B. 

Emigrants. Harris, J. C. 

Emigration. Hogg, J. 

Emile de Coulanges. Edgeworth, M. 

Emile Roque; seventh story. Mitchell, D. G. 

Emmeline. ]\Iusset, A. de 

Emotional acrobat. Huneker, J. G. 

Emotions of a sub-guard. Bacon, J. D. 

Emotions of a voung red partridge. Dau- 
det, A. 

Emperor's picture. HaufY, W. 

Emperor's vision. Lagerlof, S. 

Empire of the ants. Wells, H. G. 

Empress's money-chest. Lagerlof, S. 

Empty house. Ward, E. S. P. 

Emulation. Miller, A. D 

Enchanted coach Burnett, F. H. 

Enchanted forest. Andrews, M. R. S. 

Enchanted kiss. Henry, O. 

Enchanted mountain. White, E. O. 

Enchanted people. Henry, O. 

Enchanted typewriter. Bangs, J. K. 

Enchanted yodler. Huneker, J. G. 

Enchantment. Cutting, M. S. 

Encore. Dcland, M. 

Encounter with an interviewer. Clemens, 
S. L. 

End and tlic beginning. Cameron, M. 

End and the beginning. Looniis, C. B. 

End and the means. Gerould, K. F. 

End of all living. Brown, A. 

End of desire. Herrick, R. 

End of it. Bacon, J. D. 

End of love is love. Garland, II. 

End of Mr. Bear. Harris, J. C. 

End of New York. Benjamin, P. 

End of Tchertopkhanofif. Turgencv, I. S. 

End of the beginning. Hibbard, G. A. 



End of the fairy tale. Dragoumis, J. D. 

End of the game. Brown, A. 

End of the journey. Stetson, G. E. C. 

End of the passage. See Kipling, R. At 
the end of the passage 

End of tlic tether. Conrad, J. 

End of the vendetta. Davis, Rebecca H. 

Endicott and the red cross. Hawthorne, N. 

Ends of the earth. Bacon, J. D. 

Enemy conquered; or Love triumphant. See 
Clemens, S. L. Curious book. 

Enemy of the world. London, J. 

Engagement at the frontier. Janvier. T. A. 

Engineer's white hair. Warman, C. 

England! Quiller-Couch, A. T. 

English girl's Christmas presents. Keats, G. 

Englishman of Entretat. Maupassant, G. de 

Enlightenment of Pagett, M. P. Kipling. R. 

Ennui. Edgeworth, ]\I. 

Enough. Sec Turgenev, I. S. It is enough 

Enright's pard, Jim Willis. Lewis, A. H. 

Ensign Knightlcy. Mason, A. E. W. 

Entail. Hoffmann, E. T W. 

Enter a dragoon. Hardy, T. 

Enter the Earl of Tyne Fernald, C. B. 

Enthusiast. See Maupassant, G. de. Ma- 
dame Husson's "Rosier" 

Entomological wooing. Hopkins, M. S. B. 

Entomologist. Cable, G. W. 

Entrance of Ezekiel. Pratt, L. 

Envoi. Chambers, R. W. 

Epaulettes. Parker, G. 

Epic in yellow. Parker, G. 

Epilogue of the cigar divan. Stevenson, 
R. L. 

Epiphany. ]\Iaupassant, G. de 

Episode at Mrs. Kirkpatrick's. Jordan, E. G. 

Episode called Adhelmar at Puysange. Ca- 
bell. J. B. 

Episode called Conspiracy of Arnaye. La- 
bell, J. B. 

Episode called In ncccssitv's mortar. Ca- 
bell, J. B. 

Episode called In Ursula's garden. Cabell, 
J. B. 

Episode called Love-letters of Falstaff. Ca- 
bell, J. B. 

Episode called "Sweet Adclais." Cabell, 
J. B. 

Episode called The castle of content. Ca- 
bell, J. B. 

Episode in a mask. Bates, A. 

Episode of Fiddletown. Harte. B. 

Episode of the :\Iar(iues de Valdeflorcs. 
Janvier, T. A. 

Episode of West Woodlands. Harte, B. 

Episode under the Terror. Balzac, H. de 

Equal woman. Bcsant, W. 

Equation of a failure. Ward, II. D. 

Erastasius of the Whanghoa. Kipling. R. 

Erckmann, fimile, iS2j-iSi)(). and Chatrian, 
Alexandre i. e. Louis Gratien Charles 
Alexandre, 1826-1800 
Abraham's ottering 

In Strange stories 
Citizen Schneider 

In Eng Doni M i-': Joi 
Comet 

In Mabie. II. W., and Strachey, L. 
Little masterpieces of fiction v 4 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



91 



Dean's watcli 
/;; Strange stories 
Eclectic M 84: S/i 
Forest betrothal 
/;; Patten. W. International short 
stories v 3 
Grandmother and her three lovers 
In Leisure Hour 32:408 
Liv Age 158: 353 
Inheritance 

In Lakeside 11 : 169 
Invisible eye 
In Strange stories 

Hawthorne, J. Lilirary mystery and 

detective stories, French 
Temple Bar 31 : 47 
Madame Jeannette's papers 

In Every Sat 10: 430 
Madame Therese 

In Liv Age 99: 361, 3-^8 
Mysterious sketch 

In Strange stories 
Owl's ear 
In Hawthorne, J. Library mystery and 
detective stories, French 
Queen of the bees 

In Scrib o s 4: 7^8 
Three souls 

1)1 Strange stories 
Waters of death 

In Hawthorne, J. Library mystery and 
detective stories, F'rench 
Wonderful glass 
In Strange stories 
Erdmutha. Auerbach, B. 
Eric Hermannson's soul. Gather. W. S. 
Ermolai and the miller's wife. Turgenev, 

I. S. 
Erring father. Miller, A. D. 
Error in the fourth dimension. Kipling, R. 
Error of the day. Parker, G. 
Esarhaddon, king of Assyria. Tolstoi, L. N. 
Escapade in Cordova. Smith, F. H. 
Escape of Wilkins. Train, A. C. 
Esmeralda herders. Peattie, E. W. 
Esmeralda of Rocky Canon. Harte, B. 
Espero Gorgoni, gondolier. Smith, F. H. 
Esquimau maiden's romance. Clemens, S. L. 
Essential sense. Davis, C. B. 
Establishing relations. Jacobs, W. W. 
Esther Dudley. Sec Hawthorne, N. Old 

Esther Dudley 
Esther Feverel. Matthews, J. B. 
Esther Wynn's love-letters. Jackson, H. H. 
Esther's Christmas. Overton, G. 
Etelka Talmeyr: a tale of three cities. Mat- 
thews, J. B. 
Eternal duel. Huneker, J. G. 
Eternal feminine. Andrews, M. R. S. 
Eternal feminine. Singmaster, E. 
Eternal feminine. Zangwill, I. 
Eternal woman. Lewis, A. H. 
Ethan Brand. Hawthorne, N. 
Ethan Frome. Wharton, E. 
Ethics of pig. Henry, O. 
Etiquette of Yetta. Kelly, M. 
Eton Montem. Edgeworth, M. 
Etruscan vase. Merimee, P. 
Ettrick shepherd (pseud). Sec Hogg. James 
Eugene Pickering. James, H. 



Eugenia. Grand, S. 

Eugenio and Galeotto. Flewlett, M. H. 

Euphemia among the pelicans. Stockton, 

F. R. 
Euroclydon. Crockett, S. R. 
Eurodias and Syntyche. Watson, J. 
Europe. James, H. 
Evangelist. Watson, J. 
Evans, Marian, See Eliot, George, pseud. 
Eve of Caesar's triumph. Harraden, B. 
Eve of St. John. Janvier, T. A. 
Eve of the Fourth. Frederic, FI. 
Evelina's garden. Freeman, M. E. W. 
Even with this. Besant, W. 
Evening and the morning. Brown, A. 
Evening at whist. Bates, A. 
Evening dress; farce. Howells, W. D. 
Evening in May. Gogol, N. V. 
Evening party. King, G. E. 
Evening with the Ku-Klux. Harris, J. C. 
Event. Chekhov, A. P. 
Eventful trip of the Midnight Cry. Wiggin, 

K. D. 
Events in the lives of a lady and her lovers. 

Collins, W. 
Every goose a swan. Kelly, M. 
Every man for himself. Duncan, N. 
Everyman's riddle. Davis, C. B. 
Everything in the world. Thanet, O. 
Eve's diary. Clemens, S. L. 
Evil allures, but good endures. See Tolstoi, 

L. N. Hatred is sweet, but God is strong 
Evil eye. Pyle, H. 

Evil to him who evil thinks. Davis, Rich- 
ard H. 
Evocator. Mikhael, E. 
Evolution. Galsworthy, J. 
Evolution of a bishop. Adams, O. F. 
Evolution of Evangeline. Bacon, J. D. 
Ewan M'Gabhar. Hogg, J. 
Ew^ing, Julianna Horatia [Gatly] 1841-1885 

Jackanapes 

/;; Tappan, E. M. Children's hour 10: 
96 
E.v curia. Chambers. R. W. 
Ex voto. Eekhoud, G. 

Exact science of matrimony. Henry, O. 
Exceeding high mountain. Deland, M. 
Exchange of animals. Reade, C. 
Exchange of courtesies. Grant, R. 
Excursion to the forest belt. Turgenev, 

I. S. 
Execution. Morris, G. 

Executioner. See Balzac, H. de. El verdugo 
Executors. Davis, C. B. 
Exercise book of Field-Marshall Prince 

Ilantz. Crockett, S. R. 
Exile. Moore, G. 
Exiles. Balzac, FT. dc 
Exiles. Davis, Richard H. 
Exiles. Singmaster, F. 
Exorcism. Gorky, M. 
Exorcism of Lily Bell. Jordan, E. G. 
Exorcism that failed. Bangs, J. K. 
Exotic prince. Maupassant, G. dc 
Expatriation of Jonathan Taintor. Loomis, 

C. B. 
Expedient. Donnell, A. Ff. 
Expedition in quest of a diploma. Irving, 

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Expensive privilege. Hawkins, A. H. 
Experience of Hannah Prime. Brown, A. 
Experience of the ]\Ic\Villiamses with mem- 
braneous croup. Clemens, S. L. 
Experience of William Henry as a farmer. 

Harris, J. C. 
Experiences of the A. C. Taylor, B. 
Experiment in econoni}-. Davis, Richard H. 
Experimenter. Pangborn, G W. 
Expiation. Wharton, E. 
Explanation of Mir Baksh. See Kipling, R. 

Smith administration 
Exploit of Choolah, the Chickasaw. Crad- 

dock, C. E. 
Exploiter of souls. Deland, M. 
Explorers. Morris, G. ^ 
Express messenger. Warman, C. 
Exterminator. See Korolenko, V. G. 

Sketches of a Siberian tourist 
Extra blanket. Smith, F. H. 
Extra dry. Wister, 0. 
Extra girl. Davis, C. B. 
Extra turn. Barr, R. 
Extract from Captain Stormiield's visit to 

Heaven. Clemens, S. L. 
Extracts from Adam's diary. Clemens, 

S. L. 
Extradited from Bohemia. Henry, O. 
Extradition. Train, A. C. 
Extraordinary adventure of chief mate. 

Russell, W. C. 
Extraordinary adventures of Baron de Ville. 

Train, A. C. 
Eye for an eye. Grant, R. 
Eye of the harem. Smith, A. C. 
Eye of the needle. Parker, G. 
Eyes. Wharton, E. 
Eyes and no eves. Aikin, J., and Barbauld, 

A. L. 
Eyes of affection. Hibbard, G. A. 
Eyes of the panther. Bierce, A. 
Ezekiel in exile. Pratt, L. 
Ezekiel. in transit. Pratt, L. 
Ezekiel promises. Pratt, L. 
Ezekiel refuses. Pratt, L. 
Ezekicl's Mis' Simons. Pratt, L. 
Ezra's Thanksgivin' out West. Field, E. 

Fable. Clemens, S. L. 

Fable for heiresses. Miller, A. D. 

Fable for vouths. Miller, A. D. 

Fables. Tolstoi, L. N. 

Face of failure Thanet. Q. 

Face of the monk. Hichens, R. S. 

Face on the wall. Deland. M. 

Facino Cane. Balzac. H. de 

Facts. Galsworthy, J. 

Facts concerning the recent carnival of 
crime in Connecticut. Clemens, _ S. L. 

Facts concerning the recent resignation. 
Clemens, S. L. 

Facts in the case of M. Valdcmar. Poc, 
E. A. 

Facts in the case of th.c groat beef con- 
tract. Clemens, S. T.. 

Faded leaf of history. Davis. Rebecca. H. 

Faded scapular. Millet, F. D. 

Failing of the conscience. Vorse, M. II. 

Failure. Wyatt, F. F. 

Failure of David Berry. Jewett, S. O. 

Failure of Flipperty. Keats, G. 



Failure of Hope & Wandel. Bierce, A. 
Failure of justice. Remington, F. ^ 

Fair Abigail. Heyse, P. J. L. 
Fair at Sorotchinetz. Gogol, N. V. 
Fair day. Jewett, S. O. 
Fair device. Balestier, C. W. 
Fair exchange. Allen, G. 
Fair exchange. Bacon, J. D. 
Fair exchange. Harben, W. N. 
Fair exchange. See ^laupassant, G. de. Di- 
vorce 
Fair exile. Garland, H. 
Fair-haired Eckbert. Tieck, L. 
Fair Kate. Heyse, P. J. L. 
Fair Lavinia. Freeman, M. E. W. 
Fair-lover. Maartens, M. 
Fairfax, Lina R. 

Misfortunes of Bro' Thomas Wheatley 
In Stories by American authors v 6 
Scrib M 22: 665 
Fairfield poet. Catherwood, M. H. 
Fairies. Perrault, C. 

Fairies of France. Daudet, A. 
Fairies of Pesth. Field, E. 
Fairmeadow. Sec Duncan, N. John Fair- 
meadow's foundling; Judgment of John 
FairmeadoAv; Ordination of John Fair- 
meadow 

Fairy finder. Lover, S. 

Fairy gold. Cutting, AI. S. 

Fairy gold. Jacobs, W. W. 

Fair'y gold. Kirk, E. O. 

Fairy poodle. Merrick, L. 

Fairy wife. Hewlett, M. 

Faith and works. Janvier, T. A. 

Faith cure man. Dunbar. P. L. 

Faith, half-faith, and no faith at all. Steven- 
son, R. L. 

Faith of men. London, J. 

Faithful failure. White, E. O. 

Faithful ghost. Donnell. A. H. 

Faithful John. Grimm, W.. and Grmim, J. 

Faithful retainer. Payn, J. 

Faithful steward. Watson, J. 

Faithfulness. Sec Bjornson, B. Fidelity 

Fake gems. Sec Maupassant, G. de. False 
gems 

Fakir. Austin. Af. H. 

Falcon. Boccaccio, G. 

Falk. Conrad, J. 

Fall of the house of Johns. Hopkins. W. J. 

Fall of the house of Perigueux. See Long- 
fellow, H. W. Notary of Perigueux 

Fall of the house of Usher. . Poe, E. A. 

Fall of the Pequod. Sigourney, L. H. 

Fallen idol. Kipling. R. 

Fallen king. Lagerlcif, S. 

False alarm. Maupassant, G. de 

False dawn. Kipling, R. 

False gems. Maupassant, G. de 

False key. Fdgeworth, M. 

False start. Doyle, A. C. 

Fame and sorrow. Sec Balzac, H. de. At 
the sign of the Cat and racket 

Fame's little day. Jewett. S. O. 

Family. Maupassant, G. de 

F.-imily affair. Bacon, J. D. 

Family affair. Maupassant, G. de 

Family Bible. Ouillcr-Couch, A. T. 

Familv couiu-il. Chekhov, A. P. 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



93 



Family feud. Dunbar, P. L. 

Family happiness. Tolstoi, L. N. 

Family honor. Barric, J. M. 

Family portraits. Sigourney, L. H. 

Family portraits. Weyman, S. J. 

Family scapegrace. Payn, J. 

Family secret. Collins, W. 

Family tree. Matthews, J. B. 

Famine among the gnomes. Boyesen, 

H. H. 
Famous Gilson bequest. Bierce, A. 
Famous victory. Watson, J. 
Fanchon. France, A. 
Fancy's show-box. Hawthorne, N. 
Fanny and the fireman. Warman, C. 
Fanshawc. Hawthorne, N. 
Fantine. After the French of Victor Hugo. 

Harte, B. 
Far adventures of Billy Burns. MacAIanus, 

S. 
Far-away melody. Freeman, M. E. W. 
Far-away road. Jordan, E. G. 
Fara-ghaol. Sharp, W. 
Farewell. See Balzac, H. de. Adieu 
Farewell. Maupassant, G. de 
Farewell performance. Hornung, E. W. 
Farina. Meredith, G. 

Farmer Bassctt's romance. Jackson, H. H. 
Farmer Eli's vacation. Brown, A. 
Farmer Finch. Jewett, S. O. 
Farmer's wife. Maupassant, G. de 
Farming the taxes. Weyman, S. J. 
Farrier lass o' Piping Pebworth. Trou- 

betzkoy. A. C. 
Fascination. Hoffmann, E. T. W. 

Fascination. Maupassant, G. de 

Fashionable woman. INIaupassant, G. de 

Fast. Zola, E. 

Fatal boots. Thackeray, W. :\1. 

Fatal cradle; otlierwise The heart-rending 
story of Mr. Heavysides. Collins, W. 

Fatal curiosity. Payn, J. 

Fatal Florozonde. Merrick, L. 

Fatal fortune. Collins, W. 

Fatal letter. Weyman. S. J. 

Fatal marksman. De Quincey, T. 

Fatal numbers. Serao, M. 

Fatal obstacle. Hawkins, A. H. 

Fatal success. Van Dyke, H. 

Fate and the apothecary. Gissing, G. R. 

Fate dominant. Stockton, F. R. 

Fate of Faustina. Hornung, E. W. 

Fate of Guadalupe. King, C. 

Fate of Humphrey Snell. Gissing, G. R. 

Fate of Mr. Jack Sparrow. Harris, J. C. 

Fate of the cheerataghe. Craddock, C. E. 

Fate of the diddy pawn. Harris. J. C. 

Fate of the Georgiana. Blunt, M. 

Father. Bjornson, B. 

Father. Chekhov, A. P. 

Father. Howclls, W. D. 

P'athcr. Maupassant, G. de 

Father. Sigourney, L. H. 

Father Alexyci's story. Turgenev, I. S. 

Father and mother (mystery). Howells, 

W. D. 
Father and son. Maupassant, G. de 
Father and son. Rod, E. 
Father Balagnere's Christmas feast. Dau- 
det, A. 



Father Boniface's crime. Maupassant, G. 

de 
Father Dan and the fiddles. MacManus, S. 
Father Dominick's convert. Bunner, H. C. 
heather for the baby. Duncan, N. 
Father Gaucher's elixir. See Daudet, A. 

Elixir of Rev. Pere Gaucher 
Father James. Spofford, H. P. 
Father Jinks. Watson, J. 
Father Judas. Maupassant, G. de 
Father Matthew. Maupassant, G. de 
Father Matt's text. MacManus, S. 
Father Milon. Maupassant, G. de 
Father of a full-back. Michclson, M. 
Father Quinnalon's convert. Thanet, O. 
Father Serguis. Tolstoi, L. N. 
Father Stafford. Hawkins, A. H. 
Father Tom and the pope. Ferguson, S. 
Father Vasily. Tolstoi, L. N. 
Father Zosimus. Osbourne, L. 
Fathers. Maupassant, G. de 
Father's confession. Maupassant, G de 
Father's curse. See Balzac, H. de. Hated 

son 
Fatima. Kipling, R. 
Fatted calf. White, E. O. 
Fauntleroy. Collins, W. 

Faust: a storv in nine letters. Turgenev, 
■ I. S. ' 

Favorite plot (v.'ith variations). Merrick, 

L. 
Fear. Galsworthy, J. 
Fear. Maupassant, G. de 
Fear. Morris, G. 

Fearful responsibility. Howells, W. U. 
Feast of blue-birds. Stetson, G. E. C. 
Feast of the dead and the living. Crockett,, 

S. R. 
Feather-top. Hawthorne, N. 
Feathers of the sun. London, J. 
Featureless wisdom. Paget, V. 
Fecundity. Maupassant, G. de 
Feder Kusmich. See Tolstoi, L. N. Post- 
humous papers of the hermit, Fedor Kus- 
mich 
Federigo. Merimee, P. 

Federigo Albcrighi and his falcon. Boc- 
caccio, G. 
Fee. Ward, E. S. P. 
Feel doll. Donnell, A. H. 
Felice. Long, J. L. 
Felice and Petit-Poulain. Field, E. 
Felipa. Woolson, C. F. 
Felix tells a story. Pratt, L. 
Fellow-townsmen. Tlardy, T. 
Fellow-traveller. Hawthorne, N. 
"La Femme." After the French of M. 

Michelet. Harte. B. 
Femme dispose. Benson, E. F. 
Fennel and rue. Howells. W. D. 
Fenwick Major's little 'un. Crockett, S. R. 
Ferber, Edna 

Bush league licre 

Fn Buttered side down 
Catching up with Christmas: an Emma 
McChesncy story 
In Roast beef, medium 
Am M 75 : 54 
Chickens 

/;; Roast beef, medium 
Am M 73 : 407 



94 



IXDKX TO SHORT STORIES 



Ferber, Edna— Ct>;//j)i»<'</. 
Frog and the puddle 
In Buttered side down 
Am M 71 : 676 
His mother's son 

In Roast l)eef, medium 
Am M 73:555 
Homel}^ heroine 

In Buttered side down 
Everybody's 23:602 
In the absence of the agent 
In Roast beef, medium 
Am _M 75 : 55 
Kitchen side of a door 

In Buttered side down 
Knec-decp in knickers 
In Roast beef, medium 
Am M 75 : 54 
Leading lady 

In Buttered side down 
Making good with mother 

In Am I\I yy: 22 
Man who came back 
In Buttered side down 
Am M 71: 720 
Maymej^s from Cuba 
In Buttered side down 
Am M 72: 705_ 
One of the old girls 
In Buttered side down 
Am M 72: 552 
Personality plus: a McChesncy story 

In Am M 77: 17 
Pink tights and ginghams 
In Roast beef, medium 
Am M yy. 681 
Representing T. A. Buck 
In Roast beef, medium 
Am I\I 72 : 442 
Roast beef, medium 

In Roast beef, medium 
Am- M 73: 157 
Simply skirts 

In Roast beef, medium 
Am M 74: 170 
Sun dried 

In Buttered side down 
That home-town feeling 
In Buttered side down 
Am M 73: 371 
Underneath the highcut vest 
In Roast beef, medium 
Am M 74: 453 
What she wore 

In Buttered side down 
Am M 72: 314 
Where the car turns at i8th 
In Buttered side down 
Ferguson, Samuel, i8io-t886 
Father Tom and the pope 
In Johnson, R. Eittle classics v 9 
Fermata. Hoffmann, E. T. W. 
Fernald, Chester Bailey, 1869- 
Boy 

In Everybody's 14: 164 
Cat and the clierul) 
In Cat and the cherub 
Cent 50: 576 
Chan Tow, the highrob 
In Cat and the cherub 



Clarence at the ball 

In Under the jack-staff 
Clarence's mind 
In Under the jack-staff 
Harper 105:215 
Cruel thousand years 
In Cat and the cherub 
Cent 52:523 
Daughter of the Syndy 

In Cent 84: 173 
Enter the Earl of Tyne 
In Cat and the cherub 
Cent 51: 780 
Gentleman in the barrel 
In Cat and the cherub 
Cent 50: 307 
Hard road to Andy Coggin's 
In Under the jack-staff 
Cent 63: 903 
Help from the hopeless 

In Under the jack-staff 
In the mixing of the waters 

In Harper 103: 538 
John Kendry's idea 
In Outing 49: 177 
Lannigan system with girls 
In Under the jack-staff 
Cent 61 : 569 
Lights of Sitka 

In Under the jack-staff 
Cent 53:394 
Little liberal 

In Cat and the cherub 
Man who lost his head 
1)1 Cat and the cherub 
Parlous wholeness of Ephraim 
In Cat and the cherub 
Cent 53:89 
Perhaps it didn't matter 

In Cent 82: 765 
Pot of frightful doom 
In Cat and the cherub 
Cent 52:369 
Proving of Lannigan 
In Under the jack-staff 
Cent 64: 755 
Spirit in the pipe 
In Cat and the cherub 
Under the jack-staff 
Tragedy of the comedy 
In Cat and the cherub 
Cent 51:98 
Transit of Gloria Mundy 
In Under the iack-staff 
Cent 58: 539 
Two quick devils at Totsuka 

In Cent 55: 622 
Voice of beauty 

In Atlan 97: 675 
Yarn of the pea-soup sea 
In Under the jack-staff 
Yellow burgee; a yarn of the Sp 
war 
In Under the jack-staff 
Cent 56:866 
Ferragus, chief of tlio ilevorants. B; 

H. de 
Ferry. Daudet, A. 
Ferrv of unfullillmcnt. TIenrv. O. 
Festival of the dead. Sec King. G. E. 
d rile no 



anish 



ilzac, 



Ma- 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



95 



Fete of M'sieur Bob. Andrews, M. R. S. 

Feud in the Five Towns. Bennett, E. A. 

Feud of pickles. Lewis, A. H. 

Feud of wildhaymen. Boyesen, H. H. 

Few crusted characters. Hardy, T. 

Few diversions. Bacon, J. D. 

Few minutes with the grocer. Cutting, 

M. S. 
ffrenches first. Osbourne, L. 
Fickle fortune; or, How Gladys hustled. 

Henry, O. 
Fiddle John's family. Boyesen, H. H. 
Fiddler of the reels. Hardy, T. 
Fiddles. Smith, F. H. 
Fidelity. Bjornson, B. 
Fidelity of a dog. Warman, C. 
Fido's little friend. Field, E. 
Field, Eugene, 1850-1895 
Angel and the flowers 
In Writings v 10 

Second book of tales 
Bill, the lokil editor 
/;; Writings v 2 

Little book of profitable tales 
Child's letter 

In Writings v 10 

Second book of tales 
Coming of the prince 
In Writings v 2 

Little book of profitable tales 
Cyclopedy 

/;( Writings v 2 

Little book of profitable tales 
Daniel and the devil 
III Writings v 5 
Holy Cross 
Death and the soldier 
In Writings v 10 

Second book of tales 
Divell's Chrystmasse 
In Writings v 2 

Little book of profitable tales 
Doc Stebbins 

In Writings v 2 

Little book of profitable tales 
Eel-king. Sec Field, E. Hawaiian folk- 
tales 
Ezra's Thanksgivin' out West 
/(/ Writings v 2 

Little book of profitable tales 
Fairies of Pesth 
/;( Writings v 2 

Little book of profitable tale, 
Felice and Petit-Poulain 
/;; Writings v 5 
Holy Cross 
Fido's little friend 
In Writings v 2 

Little book of profitable tales 
First Christmas tree 
In Writings v 2 

Little book of profitable tales 
Flail, Trask and Bisland 
In Writings v 5 
Holy Cross 
Franz Abt 

In AVritings v 5 
Holy Cross 
George's birthday 
In Writings v 10 

Second book of tales 



Hampshire hills 
In Writings v 2 

Little book of profitable tales 
Hawaiian folk tales [Eel-king; Moon- 
lady] 
In Writings v 5 
Holy Cross 
In Writings v 5 
Holy Cross 
Humin' natur' on the Han'bul 'nd St. Jo 
In Writings v 10 

Second book of tales 
'Jinin' farms 
In Writings v 10 

Second book of tales 
Joel's talk with Santa Claus 

In Writings v 5 
Little yaller baby 
In Writings v 2 

Little book of profitable tales 
Lonesome little shoe 

In Writings v 5 

Ludwig and Eloise 

In Writings v 2 

Little book of profitable tales 
Lute Baker and his wife 'Em 

In Writings v 5 

Margaret: a pearl 

In Writings v 2 

Little book of profitable talcs 
Marvellous invention 
In Writings v 10 

Second book of tales 
Methuselah 

hi Writings v 5 
Holy Cross 
Mr. and ]\Irs. Blossom 
In Writings v 10 

Second book of tales 
A^Iistress Merciless 
In Writings v 5 
Lloly Cross 
Moon-lady. See Field, E. Hawaiian folk- 
tales 
Mother in Paradise 
In Writings v 10 

Second book of tales 
Mountain and the sea 
In Writings v 2 

Little book of profitable tales 
Mouse and the moonbeam 
In Writings v 2 

Little book of profitable tales 
Oak-tree and the ivy 
In Writings v 2 

Little book of profitable tales 
Old man 

In Writings v 2 

Little book of profitable tales 
Pagan seal-wife 
In Writings v 5 
Holy Cross 
Platonic bassoon 
In Writings v 5 
River 
In Writings v 5 
Holy Cross 
Robin and the violet 
In Writings v 2 

Little book of profitable talcs 



96 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Field, Kugene— Con I iuucd. 

Rodolph and his king 

In Writings v 2 

Little book of profitable tales 
Rose and the thrush 
In Writings v 5 
Holy Cross 
Samuel Cowles and iiis horse royal 
In Writings v lO 

Second book of tales 
Seal-wife. See Field, E. Pagan seal-wife 
Singer mother 

/;; Writings v lo 

Second book of talcs 
Springtime 

1)1 Writings v 2 

Little book of profitable tales 
Stars: a slumber story 

In Stars 
Story of Xanthippe 
In Writings v lo 

Second book of tales 
Swcet-one-darling and the moon-garden 
In Writings v lo 

Second book of tales 
Symbol and the saint 
In Writings v 2 

Little book of profitable tales 
Talisman 

In Writings v lo 

Second book of tales 
Temptation of Friar Gonsol; a story of 
the devil, two saints and a booke 
In Temptation of Friar Gonsol 
Touch in the heart 
In Writings v 5 
Holy Cross 
Two wives 

In Writings v lo 

Second book of tales 
Werewolf 

In Writings v lo 

Second book of tales 
Wooing of Miss Woppit 
In Writings v lo 

Second book of tales 
Field of Philippi. Hornung, E. W. 
Fielding had an orderly. Parker, G. 
Fiend of the cooperage. Doyle, A. C. 
Fiend persists, but God resists. See Tolstoi, 

L. N. Hatred is sweet, but God endures 
Fifteen county rock. Hopkins, M. S. B. 
Fifteen drops. Norris, W. E. 
Fifth of October. Andrews, M. R. S. 
Fifth picture. Mason, A. E. W. 
Fifth way. White, S. E. 
Fifth wheel. Henry, O. 
Fig and the idler. See Daudet, A. Fig and 

the sluggard 
Fig and the sluggard. Daudet, A. 
Fig-tree of old Jourde. Earle, INT. T. 
Fight. Crane, S. 

Fight for the tsarina. Jokai, M. 
Fight with a cannon. Hugo, V. 
Fight with the bear. Parker, G. 
Fighting McLeans. Freeman, M. E. W. 
Fighting manager. Warman, C. 
Figure in the carpet. James, H. 
Figure in the mirage. Hichens, R. S. 
Filial impulse. Harhrn, W. N. 
Filial pretence. Ihirlxn. W. N. 



Filibuster. Parker, G. 

Filmer. Wells, H. G. 

Fin-de-siccle match. Halevy, L. 

"Fin Tireur." Hichens, R. S. 

Finances of the gods. Kipling, R. 

Find the hero. French, A. W. 

Findelkind. Ouida. 

Finder of missing heirs. Train, A. C. 

Finding a home (from Timothy's quest"). 

Wiggin, K. D. 
]<"inding his soul. Duncan, X. 
Finding of h'ingall. Parker, G. 
Finding of Martha. Dunbar, P. L. 
Finding of the cave. Dragoumis, J. D. 
Finding of Zach. Dunbar, P. L. 
Fine day. Hawkins, A. H. 
Fine feathers. Jacobs, W. W. 
Fine haul. Alarcon, P. A. de. 
Fine shot. Pushkin, A. S. 
"Finest story in the world." Kipling, R. 
Fingall. See Parker, G. Finding of Fingall 
Finish of Patsy Barnes. Dunbar, P. L. 
Finished young lady. Crockett, S. R. 
Fioraccio. Magherini-Graziani, G. 
1^'ir-tree. Andersen, H. C. 
Fire bringer. Austin, M. H. 
Fire of love. Maartens, ]\I. 
Fire-test. Harris, J. C. 
Fire-warden. Chambers, R. W. 
Firebug. Thanet, O. 
Firm of Nucingen and Co. See Balzac, 

H. de. Nucingen and Co. 
Firm stand o'f Hans. Singmaster, E. 
First aid to Kitty James. Jordan. E. G. 
First cargo. Doyle, A. C. 
First Christmas in New England. Stowe, 

H. B. 
First Christmas tree. Field, E. 
First Christmas tree. Van Dyke, H. 
First church of the Restoration. Le Galli- 

cnne, R. 
First communions. Theuriet, A. 
First countess of Wessex. Hardy. T. 
First distiller. See Tolstoi, L. N. How the 

little devil earned a crust of bread 
First family of Tasajara. Harte, B. 
First grain market. Hale, E. E. 
First impulse. Lemaitre. J. 
First love. Lindau, R. 
First love. Turgcnev, I. S. 
I'^irst mass. Colonna. L. 
l<"irst mayor. Thanet, O. 
I-"irst Mrs. Keener. Earle, 'M. T. 
First Mrs. Petersham. SpofYord, H. P. 
First-night performance. Daudet. .A. 
iMrst of October Bacon, J. D. 
I'irst parish meeting. Quiller-Couch. .A. T. 
First snowfall. Maupassant, G. de 
First train over the bridge. Warman, C. 
First word. Philipotts, E. 
Fish of Monsieur Quissard. Janvier. T. A. 
Fish-warden of Madrid. Perry, B. 
iMsher lassie. Bjornson, B. 
iMsher of men. Sharp, \y. 
JMsherman. Hopkins. W. J. 
iMshcnnan and his soul. Wilde, O. 
iMshcrman of Costla. Connolly, J. B. 
Fisherman of Naples. See Dumas, .\. Ma- 

saniello 
Fisherman of Pass Christian.^ Dunbar, A. 
iMsherman's ring. Lagerlof. S. 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



97 



Fishin' Jimmy. Slosson, A. T. 

Fishing excursion. See Maupassant, G. dc. 

Two friends 
Fishing hole. Maupassant, G. de 
Fishing-party. Bates, A. ^ ^ ,, , 
Fitting a hypothesis. See i-utrelle, J. 

Dressing room 
Fitting of the peats. Crockett, S. R. 
Fitz-Boodle papers. Thackeray, W. M. 
Fitz-Boodle's confessions. Thackeray, W. M. 
Five boons of life. Clemens, S. L. 
Five fair ladies of Picardy, of Poitou, ot 
Touraine, of Lyons, and of Pans. 
France, A. ■ ^ n 

Five hundred million dollars. Tram, A. C. 
Five meals for a dollar. Smith, F. H. 
Five o'clock in the morning. Harte. B. 
Five o'clock tea; a farce. Howells, W. D. 
Five orange pips. Doyle, A. C. 
Five white mice. Crane, S. 
Five years' tryst. Besant, W. 
Fixing that freshman. Williams, J. L. 
Fixlein. See Richter, J. P. F. Life of Q. 

Fixlein 
Flag of their country. Kipling, R. 
Flag on the hilltop. Earle, M. T. 
Flag paramount. Henry, O. 
Flail, Trask, and Bisland. Field, E. 
Flaming fire cannot be extinguished. See 
Tolstoi, L. N. Neglect a fire and it 
spreads 
Flanagan and his short filibustering adven- 
ture. Crane, S. 
Flandroe's mogul. Gordon, A. C. 
Flannel. Goeringer, L 
Flat-iron lot. Brown, A. 
Flaubert, Gustave, 1821-1880 
Bouvard and Pecuchet 

In Complete works v 10 
Herodias 

In Complete works v 4 
Simple soul 

In Complete works v 4 
Temptation of St. Antony 
In Complete works v 7 
Flavia and her artists. Gather, W. S. 
Flawless emerald. Davis, C. B. 
Fleeing from fate. Moulton, L. C. 
Flesh-pots of Egypt. Bacon, J. D. 
Flickertridge. James, H. 
Flight in the fog. Hawthorne, N. 
Flight into Egypt. Lagerlof, S. 
Flight into Texas. Train, A. C. 
Flight of Betsey Lane. Jewett, S. O. 
Flight of Hyacinth. Watanna, O. 
Flight of the Culdees. Sharp, W. 
Flight of the McMahons. Parker, G. 
Flight of the mouse. Brown, A. 
Flingin' Jim and his fool-killer. Harris, J. C, 
Flip: a California romance. Harte, B. 
Flirt. Hibbard, G. A. 

Flirtation extraordinary. :\Iitford, M. R. 
Flittermouse. Troubetzkoy, A. C. 
Flitting of Nancy Weber. Phillpotts, E. 
Floating prince. Stockton, F. R. 
Flood. Parker, G. 
Flood-tide. Cameron, \l. 
Flora and Hannah. Freeman, j\L E. W. 
Flore ct Zephyr. Thackeray, W. M. 
Florentine. !\Iaupassant, G. de 



Florentine experiment. Woolson, C. E. 
Florida watermelon. Harris, J. C. 
Florizel. See Stevenson, R. L. Adventure 

of Prince Florizel 
Flower o' the clove. Harland. H. 
Flower o' the orange. Castle, A., and 

Castle, E. 
Flower o' the quince. Harland, H. 
Flower of April. Brow^n, A. 
Flower of death. Janvier, T. A. 
Flower of the flock. Norris, W. E. 
Power of the flock. Parker, G. 
Flowering of the strange orchid. Wells, 

H. G. 
Flowers of paradise. Brown, A. 
Flowing source. Quiller-Couch, A. T. 
"Flufifums." Merrick, L. 
Flunking of Watkin's ghost. Bangs, J. K. 
Flush of gold. London, J. 
Flute and violin. Allen, J. L. 
Flutter-duck. Zangwill, L 
Fly. Maupassant, G. de 
Flying Colleen Bawn. Connolly, J. B. 
Flying mail. Goldschmidt, M. 
Flynt, Josiah, pseud. (Josiah Flynt Willard) 
I 869- I 907 
Jamie the kid 

In Howells, W. D., and Alden, H. M. 
Under the sunset 
Harper 91: 7/6 
Fog in Santone. See Henry, O. Two 

women 
Fogazzaro, Antonio, 1842-1911 
Peasant's will 

In Brooks, W. Stories from four lan- 
guages 
Pereat Rochus 

In Stories by foreign authors, Italian 
Shattered idylls 

In Putnam's 5^352, 406 
Folk-legend. Goeringer, L 
Folly bridge. Kipling, R. 
Folly o' the wise. Comer, C. A. 
Folly of Eustace. Hichens, R. S. 
Fool for luck. Harris, J. C. 
Fool-hardy Carl Hofer. Stockton, F. R. 
Fool-killer. Henry, O. 
Fool of Five Forks. Harte, B. 
Fool of good intention. Futrelle, J. 
Fool of Skeleton Tickle. Duncan, N. 
Foolish wish. Mendes, C. 
Foolish woman. Harris, J. C. 
Foote, Mary Hallock, 1847- 
Cloud on the mountain 
/;; In exile 
Cent 31: 28 
Eleventh hour 

In Cent 71: 48.S 
Friend Barton's "concern" 
In In exile 

Stories by American authors v 4 
Scrib o s 18: 334 
Harshaw bride 
In Touch of sun 
Cent 52: 90, 228 
In exile 
In In exile 

Atlan 48: 184 
Maid's progress 
In Touch of sun 



98 



IXDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Foote, Mary Hallock— rt>»/(;;;(r(/. 
Pilgrims to Mecca 
In Touch of sun 
Cent 57:74-' 
Prodigal 
In Prodigal 

Atlan 86: 299, 526, 679 
Rapture of Hctty 
In In exile 
Cent 43: 198 
Story of the Alcazar 
In In exile 
Cent 24: 185 
Touch of sun 
In Touch of sun 
Cent 59:339 
Watchman 
/;; In exile 
Cent 47; 30 
Footprint. Morris, G. 

Footprints on the sea-shore. Hawthorne, X. 
For a night of love. Zola, E. 
For all these, thy saints. Thanet, O. 
For better or worse. Jacobs, W. W. 
"For bravery on the field of battle." 

Aldrich, T. B. 
For bread. See Sicnkiewicz, H. For daily 

bread 
For conscience sake. Hardy, T. 
For conscience sake. Watson, J. 
For daily bread. Sicnkiewicz, H. 
For divers reasons. Loomis, C. B. 
For green is hope. Kielland, A. 
For one night only. Kipling, R. 
For sale. Maupassant, G. de 
For Simla reasons. See Harte, B. Stories 

three 
For the Ahkoond. Bierce, A. 
For the blood is the life. Crawford, F. M. 
For the cause. Weyman, S. J. 
For the faith. Fuller, H. B. 
For the hand of Haleem. Duncan, N. 
For the honor of France. Janvier, T. A. 
For the love of — . Hibbard, G. A. 
For the love of oneself. Freeman, M. E. W. 
For tomorrow; an Easter story. Glaspell, S. 
Forbidden fruit. Maupassant, G. de 
Force of habit. Bland, E. N. 
Ford, Paul Leicester, 1865-1902 
Checked love affair 

In Checked love affair 
Cortclyou feud 
In Checked love affair 
Tattle-talcs of Cupid 
Distinctly a plight 

In Harper 103: y^ 
Great K. & A. train rol)bery 
In Great K. & A. train robbery 
Lippinc 58: 145 
His version of it 
In His version of it 
Tattle-tales of Cupid 
Cent 56: 677 
Love finds a way 

In Love finds a way 
"Sauce for the goose" 
In Tattle-lales of Cupid 
Warning to lovers 
Wanted — a ciiaperon 
In Wanted — a chaperon 
Cent 64: 331 



Wanted — a matchmaker 
In Wanted — a matchmaker 
Harper loi : 498 

Warning for lovers 

/;; Tattle-tales of Cupid 
Warning for lovers 
Fordham castle. James, H. 
Fords of Galium. Hogg, J. 
Fore-room rug. Wiggin, K. D. 
Foreign office romance. Doyle, A. C. 
Foreign policy of Company 99. Henry, O. 
Foreign prince and the hermit's daughter. 

Stockton, F. R. 
Foreigner. Jewett, S. O. 
Foreman. White, S. E. 
Foreordained. Hawkins, A. H. 
Poorest betrothal. Erckmann, E., and Cha- 

trian, A. 
Forest is murmuring. See Korolenko, V. G. 

Forest sloughs 
Forest laugh. Heyse, P. J. L. 
Forest queen. Sec Lagerlof, S. Queens at 

Kungahalla 
Forest sloughs. Korolenko, \'. G. 
Forester. Edgeworth, M. 
Forever. Galsworthy, J. 
Forfeit of the gods. Janvier, T. A. 
Forge in the valley. Parker, G. 
Forged coupon. Tolstoi, L. N. 
Forgive and forget. Edgeworth, M. 
Forgiveness. Coppee, F. 
Forgiveness. Maupassant, G. de 
Forgiveness of sins. Andrews, M. R. S. 
Forlorn hope. Cameron, ]\I. 
Forsaken temple. Sedgwick, A. D. 
Forsaken woman. See Balzac, H. de. De- 
serted woman 
Fortier, Alcee, 1856- 

Compair Lapin's godchild 

In Tappan, E. M. Children's hour 1:461 
Fortnight at the dead lake. Heyse, P. J. L. 
Fortunate opening. Stockton, F. R. 
Fortune of a day. Stetson, G. E. C. 
Fortunes of the game. Hibbard, G. A. 
Forty minutes late. Smith, F. H. 
Forty-seven Rofiins. Mitford, A. B. 
Forty years between. Osbourne, L. 
Foster sister. Copee, F. 

Fostering of Aslaug. Morris. W. [Edgar] 
Found: a situation. Martin, E. S. 
Found at Blazing Star. Harte, B. 
Fount unsealed. Brown, A. 
Four and five. Hale, E. E. 
Four beasts in one. Poe, E. A. 
Four days. Garshin, V. M. 
Four-fifteen express. Edwards, A. B. 
Four gifts. Souvestrc, E. 
Four guardians of Lagrange. Harte, B. 
Four-leaved clover. Jackson, H. H. 
Four letters from Helen Hamilton. Moul- 

ton, L. C. 
Four Macnicols. Black, W. 
Four meetings. James, H. 
Four pigeons. Jacobs, W. W. 
Four reformers. Stevenson, R. L. 
Four sisters. Dickens, C. 
Fourteen to one. Ward, E. S. P. 
Fourlcenth guest. Mitchell, S. W. 
Fourth class appointment. Deland, M. 
l"\)urth, V.\Q of the. Frederic, H. 
Fourth in Salvador. Henry, O. 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



99 



Fourth of July. Harris, J. C. 
Fourth waits. Millet, F. D. 
Fourth watch. Pangboni, G. W. 
Fowl in the pot. Weyman, S. J. 
Fox, John, jr., 1862- 
Arniy of the Callahan 

In Christmas eve on Lonesome 
Scrib M 22:72 
Br'er coon in old Kentucky 
In Blue-grass and rhododendron 

Cent 55:594 . , ^ , 

Callahan. Sec Fox, J. Army of the Cal- 
lahan 
Christmas Eve on Lonesome 
In Christmas Eve on Lonsome 
Ladies' H J 19: p 8 
Christmas for big /Vme 

In Scrib M 48: 690 
Christmas night with Satan 
In Christmas Eve on Lonesome 
Scrib M 34:673 . 
Christmas tree on Pigeon 

In Collier's 44: D 11 p 10 
Courtin' on Ciitshin 

In "Hell fer Sartain" 
Crisis for the guard 

In Christmas Eve on Lonesome 
Cumberland vendetta 
In Cumberland vendetta 
Mountain Europa 
Cent 48: 163 
Grayson's baby 

In "Hell fer Sartain" 
Hanging of Talton Hall 
In Blue-grass and rhododendron 
Outing 39: 39 
Kentuckians 
In Kentuckians 
Harper 95: 763 
Knight of the Cumberland 
In Kentuckians 

Scrib M 40: 257, 452, 546 
Last Stetson 
In Christmas Eve on Lonesome 
Cumberland vendetta 
Mountain Europa 
Man-hunting in the pound 
In Blue-grass and rhododendron 
Outing 36:345 
Message in the sand 

In "Hell fer Sartain" 
Mountain Europa 

In Cumberland vendetta 

Cent 44: 760, 846 

On Hell-fer-Sartain Creek 

In Cumberland vendetta 

"Hell fer Sartain" 

On horseback to Ivingdom Come 

In Scrib M 48: 175 
On the road to "Hell fer Sartani" 

In Scrib M 48:350 
On the trail of the lonesome pme 

In Scrib M 48:417 
On the war-dragon's trail 

In Scrib M 2,7 '■ 54 
Pardon of Becky Day 

In Christmas Eve on Lonesome 
Passing of Abraham Shivers 

In "Hell fer Sartain" 
Preachin' on Kingdom Come 
In "Hell fer Sartain" 



Purple rhododendron 
In "Hell fer Sartain" 
Southern M 31: 584 
Senator's last trade 

In "tlell fer Sartain" 
Through the gap 

In "Hell fer Sartain" 
To the breaks of Sandy 

In Blue-grass and rhododendron 
Scrib M 28: 34° 
Trail of the Saxon 

In Scrib M 35:658 
Trick o' trade 

In "Hell fer Sartain'' 
Fox and the stork. Wyatt, E. F. 
"Fox-in-the-morning." iienry, O. 
Fox terrier Frisky. Barric, J. M. 
Fox's understudy. Andrews, M. R. S. _ 
Fragment of a play, with a chorus. Wright, 

M. T. 
Fragment of lives. Parker, G. 
Fragments from the journal of a solitary 

man. Hawthorne, N. 
Fragoletta. Le Galliennc. R. 
Frame-up. Morris, G. 

France, Anatole, pseud. (Jacques-Anatole 
Thibault) 1844- 
• Balthasar 

In Balthasar 
Brother Joconde 
In Works v 16 
Cure's mignonette 

In Balthasar 
Daughter of Lilith 

In Balthasar 
Fanchon 

In Works v 16 
Five fair ladies of Picardy. of Poitou_, of 
Touraine, of Lyons, and of Paris 
In Works v 6 
Good lesson well learnt 

In Works v 16 
Honey-bee 

In Balthasar 
Juggler of Notre Dame 
/;; Esenwein, J. B. Short story master- 
pieces, V 2 
Stories by foreign authors, French 

V I 

Lippinc 90: 102 
Juggler to our lady. Sec France, A. Jug- 
gler of Notre Dame 
Laeta Acilia 

In Balthasar 
Lead soldier's story 

In Cur Lit 47:463 ^, ,^ , 

Mademoiselle de Doucine s New Year s 
present 

In Works v 16 
Mademoiselle Roxane 

In Works v 16 
Miracle of the magpie 

In Works v 16 
M. Pigeoneau 

In Balthasar 
Oliver's bag 

/;; Works v 16 
Red egg 

In Balthasar 
Satan's tongue-pie 

In Works v 16 



lOO 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Francesca and Carlotta Rondoli. See Mau- 
passant, G. de. Rondoli sisters 
Francis. See Maupassant, G. dc. Cocotte 
"Francis Spaight." London, J. 
Frankenstein II. Merrick, L. 
Franklin syndicate. Train, A. C. 
Franklin's adventure. Bates, A. 
Frankness. Stowc, H. B. 
Frank's scaled letter. Morris, W. 
Franz Abt. Field, E. 
Frasine's first communion. Allen, G. 
Frau a. D. French, A. W. 
Fraud of men. White, W. A. 
Freak's midsummer night's dream. Davis, 

C. B. 
"Freckles" and Frenchv. Phillpotts, E. 
Freckles M'Grath. Glaspell, S. 
Frederic, Harold, 1 856-1898 
Brother Angelan 

In Harper y^- 5^7 
Brother Sebastian's friendship 

In Stories by American authors v 6 
Copperhead 
In Copperhead 
In the sixties 
Scrib M 14: 112 
Day in the wilderness 

In Deserter 
Deserter 

In Deserter 
Eve of the Fourth 
In In the sixties 
Marsena 

Baldwin, C. S. American short stories 
How Dickon came by his name 

In Deserter 
Marsena 

In In the sixties 

Marsena 

My Aunt Susan 

In In the sixties 

Marsena 

Path of Murtoch; an Irish story 

In Idler 7:457 
War widow 

In In the sixties 
Marsena 
Where Avon into Severn flows 
In Deserter 
Frederic and Bernerctte. Musset, A. de 
Frederic Carroll, monogamist. Williams, 

J. L. 
Free Joe. Harris, J. C. 
Free holder Ovyyanikoff. Turgenev, I. S. 
Freeman, Mary Eleanor (Wilkins) (Mrs. 
Charles M. Freeman) 1862- 
Adopted daughter 
In Pot of gold 
Amanda and love 

In New England nun 
Amanda Todd: the friend of cats 
In People of our neighborhood 
Amarina's roses 
In Fair Lavinia 
Harper 11 1 : 456 
Amethyst com!) 

In Copy-cat 
Ann Lizy's patchwork 
In Young Lucretia 



Ann Mary; her two Thanksgivings 

In Young Lucretia 
Apple-tree 

In Six trees 

Harp B 36: 944 
Arethusa 

In Understudies 
Harp B ^y. 1734 
Balking of Christopher 

In Copy-cat 

Harper 125: 499 
Balsam fir 

In Six trees 

Harp B 35:7i5 
Bar light-house 

In Humble romance 
Big sister Solly 

In Copy-cat 

Harper 127: 419 
Billy and Susy 

In Winning lady 
Harp B 41: 1033 
Blue butterfly 

In Woman's H C 40: Ja p 3 
Bouncing Bet 

In Understudies 
Harp B sy. 1179 
Bound girl 

In In Colonial times 
Pot of gold 
Brakes and white vi'lets 

In Humble romance 
Buckley lady 

In Silence 

Harper 88: 499 
Butterfly 

In Givers 

Harper 107: 441 
Calla-lilies and Hannah 

In New England nun 
Cat 

In Understudies 
Harper 100: 906 
Cat of high degree 

In St N 39: 417 
Catharine Carr 

In Love of Parson Lord 
Harper 98:882 
Cautious king and the all-wise woman 

In Harp W 53: Je 26 p 22 
Chance of Araminta 

In Givers 
Christmas Jenny 

In New England nun 
Christmas lady 

In Ladies' H J 27: D p 17 
Christmas masquerade 

In Pot of gold 
Christmas monks 

In Pot of gold 
Christmas sing in our village 

In People of our neighborhood 
Church mouse 

In New England nun 
Cinnamon roses 

In Humble romance 
Cock of the walk 

In Copy cat 

Harper 124: 70 



INDEX TO SHORT ST:0R1£^ 



Comfort Pease and her gold ring 
In Comfort Pease 
Eng lUust 13:3 
Conflict ended 

In Humble romance 
Harper 72: 470 
Conquest of humility 
In Humble romance 
Copy-cat 
In Copy-cat 

Harper 105: 179 
Coronation 
In Copy-cat 

Harper 128: 93 
Cow with the golden horns 

In Pot of gold 
Criss cross 

In Harper 129: 360 
Cyrus Emmett: the unlucky man 

In People of our neighborhood 
Daniel and little Daniel 

In Copy-cat 
Deacon Thomas Wales's will 

In Pot of gold 
Dear Annie 
In Copy-cat 

Harper 121 : 650 
Dickey boy 

In Young Lucretia 
Dill 

In Pot of gold 
Discovered pearl 

In New England nun 
Doctor's horse 
In Understudies 
Harper loi: 446 
Doll lady 

In Harper 124: 279 
Eglantina 

m Fair Lavinia 
Givers 

Harper 105: 387 
Ladies' H J 27: D p 13 
Eliza Sam 

In Winning lady 
Elm-tree 
In Six trees 

Harp B 37:34 
Evelina's garden 
In Evelina's garden 
Harper 93: 76 
Fair Lavinia 
In Fair Lavinia 
Harper 114: 202 
Far-away melody 

In Flumble romance 
Fighting McLeans 
/;; Delin 75: 113 
Flora and Hannah 
In Winning lady 
For the love of oneself 

In Harper no: 303 
Gala dress 

In New England nun 

Gatherer of simples 

In Humble romance 

Harper 69: 787 

Gentian 

In Humble romance 



Gentle ghost 
In New England nun 
Harper 79: 366 
Givers 

In Givers 
Gold 

In Fair Lavinia 
Harper no: 58 
Great pine 
In Six trees 

Harp B 36: 670 
Green door 

In Green door 
Guest in Sodom 
In Cent 83:343 
Happy day 

In McClure 21: 89 
Her Christmas 
In Winning lady 
Harp B 42: 1163 
Honest soul 
In Humble romance 
Harper 69: 301 
Horn of plenty 

In Collier's 48: N 18 p 22 
How Fidelia went to the store 

In Young Lucretia 
Humble pie 

In Ind 57:477 
Humble romance 
In Humble romance 
Harper 69: 22 
Hyacinthus 
In Howells. W. D., and Alden, H. M. 
Quaint courtships 
Harper 109: 447 
In butterfly time 

In Humble romance 
In colonial times. See Freeman, M. E. W. 

Bound girl 
Independent thinker 

In Humble romance 
Innocent gamester 

In New England nun 
Jamesons 

In Jamesons 
Johnny-in-the-woods 
In Copy-cat 

Harper 124: 662 
Josiah's first Christmas 

In Collier's 44: D 11 p 9 
Joy 

In Givers 

Harp W 47: 1990 
Joy of youth 

In Winning lady 
Harper 116: 92 
Julia — her Thanksgiving 

In Harp B 43: 1079 
Kitchen colonel 

In New England nun 
Last gift 
Givers 

Harper 106:438 
Life everlastin' 

In New England nun 
Little-girl-afraid-of-a-dog 
In Winning lady 
Harper 114: 15 



102 



iSDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Freeman, Mary E. Wilkins~r('H//;/;/('J. 
Little Kroen door 

lit Eng Illust 15: 293 
Little Liic}' Rose 
III Cop3--cat 

Harper 125: 418 
Little maid at the door 
In Silence 

Harper 84: 349 
Little Margaret Sncll 

In People of our neighborhood 
Little Mirandy 

In Young Lucretia 
Little Persian princess 

In Young Lucretia 
Lombardj' poplar 
In Six trees 

Harp B 36: 763 
Lost dog 
In Understudies 
Harper loi : 699 
Lost ghost 
In Wind in the rosebush 
Everybody's 8:405 
Louisa 

In New England nun 
Love of Parson Lord 
In Love of Parson Lord 
Harper 98: 219 
Lover of fiowcrs 

In Humble romance 
Lucy 

In Givers 

Harper 106: 50 
Luella Miller 

In Wind in the rosebush 
Everybody's 7:553 
Lydia Hersey, of East Bridgewater 

fn Silence 
Mehitablc Lamb 

In Young Lucretia 
Mistaken charity 

In Humble romance 
Modern dragon 

In Humble romance 
Monkey 
In Understudies 
Harper 102: 109 
Moral exigency 

In Humble romance 
Morning glory 
In Understudies 
Harp B 34: 138 
Mountain-laurel 
In Understudies 
Harp B 33: 2018 
New England nun 

In New England nun 
New England prophet 
In Silence 

Harper 89: 601 
New Year's resolution 

In Winning lady 
Noblesse 
In Copy-cat 

Harper 126: 231 
Object of love 

hi Humble romance 



Old arithmcthician 

In Humble romance 
Harper 71 : 611 
Old Lady Pingree 

In Humble romance 
Old maid aunt 

/;; Howells. W. D., and others. Whole 
family ch 2 
Old woman Magoun 

/;; Winning lady 
Harper 11 1 : 728 
On the \Valpole road 

In Humble romance 
One good time 

In Love of Parson Lord 
Harper 94: 309 
Parrot 

In Understudies 
Harper loi: 603 
Parsnip stew 

In Young Lucretia 
Patchwork school 

In Pot of gold 
Patient waiter 

In Humble romance 
Peony 

In Understudies 
Harp B 33:2217 
People of our neighborhood 

In People of our neighborhood 
Phebe Ann Little, the neat woman 

In People of our neighborhood 
Pink shawls 

In Fair Lavinia 
Harper 112: 138 
Plain case 

In Pot of gold 
Poetess 

In New England nun 
Harper 81: 197 
Pot of gold 

In New England nun 
Pot of gold 
Prince's feather 

In Understudies 
Harp B 33: 1429 
Princess Rosetta and the pop-corn man 

In Pot of gold 
Prism 

In Cent 62: 469 
Pumpkin 

In Harp B 33: 1863 
Pumpkin giant 

In Pot of gold 
Quilting bee in our village 

In People of our neighborhood 
Reign of the doll 

In Givers 

Harper 108:285 
Revolt of "Motlicr" 

In New England nun 
Warner library 
Harper 81 : 553 
Revolt of Sophia Lane 

In Harper 108: 20 
Robins and hammers 

In Humble romance 
Scent of the roses 

In New England nun 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



103 



Secret 

In Fair Lavinia 
Harper 115: 39- 
Selfishness of Amelia Lambkin 
In Winning lady- 
Harper 117: 364 
Serena Ann's first valentine 

/;; Eng- Ulust 17: 235 
Seventoes ghost 

In Young Lucretia 
Shadows on the wall; a ghost story 
/;; Wind in the rosebush 

Hawthorne. J. Library mystery 

and detective stories, American 
Patten, W. International short 

stories v i 
Everybody's 8: 219 
She who adorns her sister adorns herscil 

In Harp B 38:456 
Silence 
In Silence 

Harper 87: 213 
Silver hen 

In Pot of gold 
Sister Liddy 

In New England nun 
Slip of the leash 

In Harper 109: 668 
Solitary 

In New England nun 
Something on her mind 

In Harp B 46: 607 
Southwest chamber 

In Wind in the rosebush 
Everybody's 8: 327 
Souvenir 
In Humble romance 
Harper 70: 590 
Squire's sixpence 
In In colonial times 
Pot of gold 
Squirrel 

In Harper loi: 869 
Steeple 

In Hampton 27: 412 
Stockwell's apple-paring bee 

In People of our neighborhood 
Stolen Christmas 

In New England nun 
Story of little Mary Whitlow 

In Lippinc 31 : 500 
Stranger in the village 

In Pot of gold 
Susan Jane's valentine 

In Harp B 2,y- 132 
Sweet-grass basket 

In Young Lucretia 
Symphony in lavender 
In Humble romance 
Tardy Thanskgiving 

/n Humble romance 
Taste of hone}^ 

In Humble romance 
Three old sisters and the old beau 
In Love of Parson Lord 
Harper 92: 854 
Timothy Sampson: the wise man 
In People of our neighborhood 
Toby 

In Pot of gold 



Tragedy from the trivial 

In Cornhill 83: 63 
Travelling sister 
/;; Winning lady 
Harper 118: 54 
Tree of knowledge 

In Love of Parson Lord 
Harper 99: 343 
Twelfth guest 

In New England nun 
Harper 80: 97 
Two for peace 

In Lippinc 68: 51 
Two old lovers 

In Humble romance 
Umbrella man 
In Copy-cat 

Harper 120: 2>7i 
Underling 
/;; Fair Lavinia 

Harper 112: 211, 462 
Unwilling guest 

In Humble romance 
Up Primrose Hill 

In New England nun 
Vacant lot 

In Wind in the rosebush 
Village Lear 

In New England nun 
Village singer 

/;; New England nun 
Wandering Samaritan 

In Cosmopol 2: 28 
Wayfaring couple 

In New England nun 
Where Sarah Jane's doll went 

In Young Lucretia 
Where the Christmas-tree grev.' 

In Young Lucretia 
White birch tree 
In Six trees 

Harp B 35:403 
Willow-ware 
In Fair Lavinia 
Harper 115:913 
Wind in the rosebush 
In Wind in the rosebush 

Mabie, H. W., and Strachey, L. 
Little masterpieces of fiction, v 7 
Winning lady 
In Winning lady 
Harper 119: 823 
Witch's daughter 

In Harp W 54: D 10 p 17 
Yates pride; a romance 
/;/ Yates pride 
French, Alice. See Thanet, Octave, pseud. 
French, Anne (Warner) (Mrs. Charles Ellis 
French) 1869-1913 
Adjusted honeymoon 

In An orginal gentleman 
After fifty years 

In Munsey 29: 919 
All the cats look black at night 

In Putnam's 4: 583 
Alpine lights and shadows 

In An original gentleman 
Anathema in the family 

In Canad M 41: 502 
"And Maude!" 
In Lippinc 75: 251 



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INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



French, Anne 'Warner —Continued. 
As taught by Ellen 

In An original gentleman 
As told by Renaud's wife 

In An original gentleman 
At the Three Kettles 

In Munsey 28: 908 
Automobile. Pt 2 of :\Irs. Lathrop s love 
affair , , 

In Susan Clegg, her friend and her 
neighbors 
Bessie's mother 

In An original gentleman 
Between Scylla and Charybdis 

In Cent 82:540 
Bride's prevision 

In An original gentleman 
Captain's charm 
In Your child and mine 
Lippinc 83:472 
Cat's-paw strike 

In Reader 10: 198 
Christmas devotee 

In Your child and mine 
Christmas jov that came to Betty 

In Ladies' H J 26: D p 20 
Closing of Santa Claus' door 

In Y'our child and mine 
Cradle 

In An original gentleman ^ 

Deacon's dilemma. Pt i of Mrs. Lathrop s 
love affair 
In Cent 69: 709 
Dead letter come to life 

In Lippinc 84: 599 
Domesticity and Mrs. Reed 

In Delin 78:325 
"Ee," said 'Lizabet— "Ee" said Hans 

In An original gentleman 
Find the hero 

In Reader 8: 411. 5o5 
Frau. a. D. 

In An original gentleman 
Gaspard and his wax lady 

In An original gentleman 
German Easter and the Easter rabbit 

In Y'our child and mine 
Gran'ma Mullin's woe. See French, A. W. 

Wolf at Susan's door 
Her husband 

/;; An original gentleman 
Lippinc 73- /H 
Her marital recapitulation 

In Lippinc 79: 245 
Himself reborn 

In Your child and mine 
His Majesty and the fairies 

In Your child and mine 
His one and only meet 

In An original gentleman 
His story, tlicir letters 

In His story 
His terrible father 

In An original gentleman 
Jane and her genius 

In An original gentleman 
Jathrop Lathrop's cow 

In Susan Clegg and her friend Mrs. 
Lathrop 
Susan Clegg, lier friend and her 

neighbors 
Cent 68: 961 



Little sister and the baby 
In Y'our child and mine 
Lord of all 

In Munsey 30: 264 
Lucy Dill's wedding. See French, A. W. 

Wolf at Susan's door 
Madame's battle 

In Munsey 30: 159 
Man of the future 

In Canad M 39^ 21 
Marrying of Susan Clegg 

In Susan Clegg and her friend Mrs. 
Lathrop 
Susan Clegg, her friend and her 

neighbors 
Cent 67: 63 
Cur Lit ?-: 349 
Minister's vacation 

In Susan Clegg and her friend Mrs 
Lathrop 
Susan Clegg. her friend and her 
neighbors 
Miss Clegg's adopted 

In Susan Clep-g and her friend Mrs. 
Lathrop 
Susan Clegg, her friend and her 

neighbors 
Cent 68: 470 
Mr. Jilkin's hat. See French, A. W. Wolf 

at Susan's door 
Mrs. Lathrop's love affair. Deacon's di- 
lemma. The automobile 
In Susan Clegg and her neighbors' af- 
fairs 
Susan Clegg, her friend and her 

neighbors 
Cent 69:838 pt I 
Mysterious man 

In Your child and mine 
New woman and the old 

In Cent 79: 85 
Old-fashioned school 

In Your child and mine 
Old man Ely's proposal 
In Susan Clegg and her neighbors' af- 
fairs 
Susan Clegg, her friend and her 
neighbors 
Old witch and the black cats 

In Y'our child and mine 
Original gentleman 

In An original gentleman 
Other side 

In Cosmopol 48: 212 
Panther; a tale of temptation 

In Panther 
Parting of the clouds 

In Y^our child and mine 
"Le Petit" 

In Your child and mine 
Play is not the thing 

In Cent 74: 892 
Practical care of a fairy 

In Your child and mine 
Reversed love letters 

In An original gentleman 
Salvation at sea 

In Cosmopol 46: 704 
Seeking blindfolded 

//( An original gentleman 
Smoke or hre? 
/;; An original gentleman 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



105 



Soul of a tree 

In Your child and mine 
Steinhard pride 

In Your child and mine 
Surrenders of Cornwallis 
In Your child and mine 
Everybody's 19: 35 
Susan Clegg's cousin Marion 

In Susan Clegg and her friend Mrs. 
Lathrop 
Cent 68:564 
Their family tree 

In Canad I\l 42: 54 
Their ideal grandmother 

In Putnam's 6: 338 
Thief in the night 

In Canad M 37- 534 
Through the eyes of a dog 

In Your child and mine 
Trading his mother 

In Your child and mine 
Cent 73- Qi 
Trial trip 

In Reader 6: 31 
True woman 

In Your child and mine 
Twelve little broilers 

In An original gentleman 
Velvet gown 

In Harp W =;o: Ap 14 p 516 
Verita's stratagem 

In Cent 86: 430 
Very bottom of her purse 

In Your child and mine 
Very superior man 

In Susan Clegg and her neighbors' af- 
fairs 
Susan Clegg, her friend and her 
neighbors 
Wedding present problem 

In Putnam's 5: 24 
When Janet comes marching home 

In An original gentleman 
When woman proposes 

In When woman proposes 
Who is she? 

In Your child and mine 
Wilfred and his grandmother 

In An original gentleman 
Winged coronet 

In Lippinc 89: 385 
Winter of their discontent 

In An original gentleman 
Wolf at Susan's door. i. Miss Clegg's 
speculations. 2. Gran'ma Mullin's 
woe. 3. L.ucy Dill's wedding. 4. Mr. 
Jilkin's hat 
In Susan Clegg and her neighbors' af- 
fairs 
Susan Clegg. her friend and her 

neighbors 
Reader 7: 126, 250, 365 pt 1-3 
French Enoch Arden. See Maupassant, G. 

de. Return 
French for a fortnight. Bunncr, H. C. 
French marriage. Halevy, L. 
French village. Hall, James 
Frenchman's Creek. Quiller-Conch, A. T. 
Frenchy's last job. Osbourne, L. 



Frere, M. 

Brahmin, the tiger, and the six judges 
/u Tappan, E. M. Children's hour i: 
378 
Chandra's vengeance 

In Tappan, E. M. Children's hour. 
2:487 
Muchie Lai 

In Tappan, E. M. Children's hour. 
2:445 
Panch-Phul Ranee 

In Tappan, E. M. Children's hour. 
2:456 
Sing Rajah and the cunnmg little jackals 
In Tappan, E. Al. Children's hour. 
375 
Tit for tat 

In Tappan, E. M. Children's hour, 
i: 383 
Fresh-water romance. Hibbard, G. A. 
Freya of the Seven Isles. Conrad, J. 
Frey's Christmas party. Stuart, R. M. 
Frictions. Strindberg, J. A. 
Friend Barton's "concern." Foote, M. H. 
Friend Eli's daughter. Taylor, B. 
Friend Joseph. Maupassant, G. de 
Friend of justice. Van Dyke, H. 
Friend of man. Harland. H. 
Friend of my youth. Aldrich, T. B. 
Friend of the commune. Parker, G. 
Friend of the family. Davis, C. B. 
Friend of the family. Dostoievski, F. M. 
Friend of the family. Train, A. C. 
Friend of the family. Van Dyke, H. 
Friend Patience. Maupassant, G. de 
Friendly call. Henry, O. 
Friends. Kelly, M. 
Friend's friend. Kipling, R. 
Friends in need. Jacobs, W. W. 
Friends in San Rosario. Henry, Q. 
Friends of the friends. James, H. 
Friendship of Alanna. Norris, K. 
Friendship of Amis and Amile. Morris, W. 
Frithiof the Bold. See Morris, W. Story 

of Frithiof 
Frog and the puddle. Ferber, E. 
Frog-king, Grimm, W^, and Grimm, J. 
Frog that played the trombone. Matthews, 

J. B. 
Froken Berghot. Sharp, W. 
From a clear sky. Hibbard, G. A. 
From a cottage in Gantick. Quiller-Couch, 

A. T. 
From a mattress grave. Zangwill, I. 
From A to Z. Glaspell, S. 
From advance sheets of Baron Munchau- 
sen's Further recollections. Bangs, J. K. 
From clue to climax. Harben, W. N. 
From each according to his ability. Henrv, 

O. 
From four to six; a comedietta. Trumbull, 

A. E. 
From generation to generation. Hale, E. E. 
From making to baking. Hale, E. E. 
From one generation to another. Bennett, 

E. A. 
From out the old life. Jordan, E. G. 
From Reykjavik to Gloucester. Connolly, 

J. B. 
From the cabby's seat. Henry, O. 



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INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



From the diary of a tutor in Poznan. Sien- 

kiewicz, H. 
From the hand of Dolorita. Jordan, E. G. 
From the Hebrid isles. Sharp, W. 
From the "London Times" of 1904. Clem- 
ens, S. L. 
From the loom of the dead. Peattie, E. W. 
From "the Point" to the plains. King, C. 
From the Spanisli. Masefield, J. 
From the veranda. Stetson, G. E. C. 
Front yard. Woolson, C. F. 
Frontier. Maupassant, G. de 
Frozen deep. Collins, W. 
Frozen Margit. Quiller-Couch, A. T. 
Fruiterer. Alitford, M. R. 
Fruitful sleeping of the Rev. Elisha Ed- 
wards Dunbar, P. L. 
Fruitless assignment. Bierce, A. 
Fruits of toil. Duncan, N. 
Frustrate. Austin, M. H. 
Fugitive. Andrews, M. R. S. 
Fugitives of pleasure. C)sbourne, L. 
Full circle. Wharton, E. 
Full day at Palomjtas. Janvier, T. A. 
Fuller, Henry Blake, 1857- 
Addolorata's intervention 
III Waldo Trench 
Scrib M 40: 715 
Chatelaine of La Trinite 
In Chatelaine of La Trinite 
Cent 44: 232 
Chevalier of Pensieri-Vani 

In Chevalier of Pensieri-Vani 
Coal from the embers 

In Waldo Trench 
Dr. Gowdy and the squash 
In Under the skylights 
Harper 102: 262 
Downfall of Abner Joyce 
hi Under the skylights 
Eliza Hepburn's deliverance 
In Waldo Trench 
Cent 5Q:533, 698 
For the faith 
In Waldo Trench 
Scrib M 42:433 
Greatest of these 

In From the other side 
Atlan 80: 762 
House-cat 

In Waldo Trench 
Lady of quality 

In Liv Age 228: 328 
Life-tale of Pearl McRoy 

In Everybody's 23:380 
Little O'Grady's vs. the Grindstone 

In Under the skylights 
Make way for the young 

/); Scrib M 46: 625 
Miranda Harlow's mortgage 

In Atlan 86: 671 
New wine 

In Waldo Trench 
Pasqualc's picture 

/;/ I'rom the other side 
Pilgrim sons 

/)( From the other side 
Cosmopol 10: 4T3 
Quartette 

In Harjjcr 121 : 934 



Silence 

1)1 Scrib M 48: 430 
Under the crest of Shishaldin 

In Everybody's 16: 809 
Waldo Trench regains his youth 
In Waldo Trench 
Scrib M 42: 231 
What youth can do 

In From the other side 
Funeral of old Holt. Lewis, A. H. 
Furnished room. Henry, O. 
Further adventures of a yachtsman's wife 

See Vorse. M. H. Value of the usual 
Fury. Sec Heyse, P. J. L. L'Arrabiata 
Futile dialogue. Loomis, C. B. 
Funeral march of a marionette. Harland, 

H. 
Futrelle, Jacques, 1875-1912 

Before midnight. See Futrelle, J. Opera 

box 
Brown coat. 2. A human problem 

In Thinking machine 
Case is closed. See Futrelle, J. Super- 
fluous finger 
Chasing a rainbow 

In Cosmopol 41 : 496 
Crystal gazer. 2. A matter of logic 

In Thinking machine 
Dressing room. 2. Fitting a hypothesis 

In Thinking machine 
Fitting a hypothesis^ See Futrelle, J. 

Dresbing room 
Fool of good intention. See Futrelle, J. 

Roswell tiara 
Gap in the trail. See Futrelle, J. Phan- 
tom motor 
Gray ghost 

In Everybody's 13:101 
Green-eyed monster. 2. Two and two 
again make four 
In Thinking machine 
His perfect alibi. 2. A question of time 

In Thinking machine 
Human problem. See Futrelle, J. Brown 

coat 
Literrupted wireless. 2. Midnight mes- 
sage 
In Thinking machine 
Lost radium. 2. The suit case 

In Thinking machine 
Madness of Barry 

In Harp W 49: 1636, 1645 
INTaster of his profession. See Futrelle, J. 

Missing necklace 
Matter of logic. See Futrelle. J. Crystal 

gazer 
Midnight message. .S"(V Fntrcllc, J. In- 
terrupted wireless 
Missing necklace. 2. IMaster of his pro- 
fession. 
In Thinking machine 
Motor boat. 2. Woman in the case 

//; Thinking machine 
Opera box. 2. Before midnight 

fn Tliinking machine 
Phantom motor. 2. Gap in the trail 

In Thinking machine 
Question of time. See Initrelle, J. His 

perfect alibi 
Roswell tiara. -'. Fool of good intention 
/;; Thinking machine 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



107 



Suit case. See Futrelle, J. Lost radium 
Superfluous finger. 2. The case is closed 

In Thinking machine 
Thinking machine 

In Thinking machine 
Two and two again make four. See Fu- 
trelle, J. Green-eyed monster 
Woman in the case. See Futrelle, J. Mo- 
tor boat 

Gaboriau, fimile, 1835-1875 
Little old man of Batignollcs 

In Little old man of Batignolles 
Love or wealth? 

In Little old man of Batignolles 
Marriage at a venture. See Gaboriau, E. 

Matrimonial ambassador 
Matrimonial ambassador [Marriage at a 
venture] 
In Little old man of Batignolles 
Missing! 

In Little old man of Batignolles 
Promise of marriage 

In Promise of marriage 
Seminary 

In Little old man of Batignolles 
That unfortunate house 
In Little old man of Batignolles 
Gabrielle. de Bergerac. James, H. 
Gadsbys, The story of. See Kipling, R. 

Story of the Gadsbys 
Gage, C. S. 

Mr. Bixby's Christmas visitor 
In Stories by American authors v 9 
Gala dress. Freeman, M. E. W. 
Galleazzo carries ofi a damsel from Padua. 

Bandello, M. 
Gallegher: a newspaper story. Davis. 

Richard H. 
Gallery of antiquities. Balzac, H. de 
Galley slave. Dumas, A. 
Galloper. (Farce). Davis, Richard H. 
Galsworthy, John, 1867- 
Apotheosis 

In Motley 
Black godmother 

In Inn of tranquillity ' 

Careful man 

In Commentary 
Child 

In Commentary 
Choice 

In Motley 
Codger 

In Motley 
Comfort 

In Commentary 
Compensation 

In Motley 
Consummation 

In Motley 
Courage 

In Motley 
Delight 

In Motley 
Demos 

In Commentary 
Evolution 

In Inn of tranquillity 



Facts 

In Commentary 
F'ear 

In Commentary 
For ever 

In Motley 
Gone 

In Inn of tranquillity 
Grand jury — in two panels and a frame 

In Inn of tranquillity 
Hope 

hi Commentary 
Japanese quince 

In Motley 
Lime tree 

In Motley 
Lost dog 

In Commentary 
Magpie over the hill 

In Inn of tranquillity 
Meeting 

In Motley 
Memories 

In Inn of tranquillity 
Miller of Dee 

In Motley 
Money 

In Commentary 
Mother 

In Commentary 
My distant relative : 

1)1 Inn of tranquillity 
Neighbors 

In Motley 
Novelist's allegory 

In Inn of tranquillity 
Old age 

/;/, Commentary 
Once more 

In Motley 
Order 

In Commentary 
Pack 

In Motley 
Parting 

In Motley 
Pilgrimage 

In Motley 
Prisoner 

In Motley 
Progress 

In Commentary 
Quality 

In Inn of tranquillity 
Reversion to type 

/;;• Motley 
Runagates 

/;;. Motley 
Sheep-shearing 

In Inn of tranquillity 
Woman 

In Motley 
Workers 
In Motley 
Gait, John, 1779-1839 
Haddad-Ben-Ahab 
In Johnson, R. Little classics v g 
Gambara. Balzac, H. de 
Gambler. Bourget, P. 
Gamibler. Dostoievski, F. M. 
Gambler's death. Thackeray, W. M. 



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INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Game. London, J. 
Game and the nation. Wister, O. 
Game of backgammon. Merimee, P. 
Game of billiards. Daudet, A. 
Game of life. Phillpotts, E. 
Gamekeeper. Maupassant, G. de 
Games in gardens. Kelly, M. 
Ganconagh (pseud.) See Yeats, W. B. 
Gap in the trail. See Futrelle, J. Phan- 
tom motor 
Garden behind the moon. Pyle, H. 
Garden gate.. Benson E. F. 
Garden lodge. Gather, W. S. 
Garden of Eden— dialogue. Kipling, R. 
Garden of the king. Troubctzkoy, A. C. 
Garden tea. Jewett, S. O. 
Gardener Jim. Brown, A. 
Gargoyle. See Cathcrwood, M. H. Old 

Gargoyle 
Garland, Hamlin, 1860- 
Aftcrword 

In Other main-travelled roads 
Alien in the pines 

In Other main-travelled roads 
Wayside courtships 
Among the corn row^s 
In Main-travelled roads 

Carpenter, G. R. and Brewster, 
W. T. Modern English prose 
At the beginning 

In Wayside courtships 
At the brewery 

In Cosmopol 13: 34 
Bad medicine man 

In Ind 52: 2899 
Before the low green door 
In Other main-travelled roads 
W^ayside courtships 
Branch road 

In Main-travelled roads 
Creamery man of Molasses Gap 
In Main travelled roads 
Outlook 56: 538 
Daddy Deering. See Garland, H. Old 

Daddy Deering 
Day of grace 

In Other main-travelled roads 
Day's pleasure 

In Main-travelled roads 
Delmar of Pima 

In McClure 18: 340 
Division in the coolly 

In Other main-travelled roads 
Drifting crane 

In Prairie folks 
Elder Pill, preacher 

In Other main-travelled roads 
Electric lady 

In Cosmopol 29: 73 
End of love is love 

In Wayside courtships 
Fair exile. fPt. 3 of Of those who seek] 
In Other main-travelled roads 
Wayside courtships 
Good fellow's wife 

In Cent 55: 937 
Hippy, the dare-devil 
In McClure 19: 474 
Little Norsk or, OT pap's Flaxen 
In Little Norsk 

Cent 43: 743. 912: 44: .39 



Lucretia Burns 

In Other main-travelled roads 
Marshall's capture 

In Harp W 48: 1894 
Meeting in the foot-hills 
In Wayside courtships 
Mrs. Ripley's trip 

In Main-travelled roads 
Moccasin ranch; a story of Dakota 

In Moccasin ranch 
My first Christmas tree 

In Ladies' H J 28: D p 13 
Night raid at Eagle river 

In Cent 76: 725 
Of those who seek: i. Prisoned soul. 2. 
Sheltered one. 3- l^'air exile. 4. Pass- 
ing stranger 
In Wayside courtships 
or pap's flaxen. Sec Garland, H. Little 

Norsk 
Old Daddy Deering 
In Other main-travelled roads 
Prairie folk 
Owner of the mill farm 
In Wayside courtships 
Partners for a daj^ 

In Collier's 52: Mr 14 P 5 
Passing stranger. [Pt. 4 of Of those 
who seek] 
In Wayside courtships 
Preacher's love-story 

In Other main-travelled roads 
Wayside courtships 
Prisoned soul. [Pt. i of Of those who 
seek] 
In Wayside courtships 
Return of a private 

In Main travelled roads 
Arena 3: 97 
Rising Wolf — ghost dancer 

In Idler 20: 471 
Saturday night on the farm 

In Prairie folks 
Sheltered one. [Pt. 2 of Of those who 
seek] 
In Wayside courtships 
Sim Burn's wife 

In Prairie folks 
Sociable at Dudley's 

In Prairie folks 
Spirit of Sweetwater 

In Spirit of Sweetwater 
Stop-over at Tyre 
In Other main-travelled roads 
Wayside courtships 
Test of Elder Pill 
In Prairie folks 
Arena 3:480 
Two stories of Oklahoma 

In Cent 68:328 
Uncle Ethan Ripley 

In Main-travelled roads 
Prairie folks 
Arena 5 : 125 
Uncle Ethan Ripley's speculation. See 

Uncle Ethan Ripley 
Under the lion's paw 

In Main-travelled roads 
Up tlie coolly 

In Main-travelled roads 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



109 



Upon impulse 
In Wayside courtships 
Bookm 4: 428 
Village cronies 

In Prairie folks 
William Bacon's hired man 
In Other main-travelled roads 
Prairie folks 
William Bacon's man. See Garland, H. 

William Bacon's hired man 
Witch's gold. A new and enlarged ver- 
sion of The spirit of Sweetwater 
In Witch's gold 
Zalea: a psychological episode and tale 
of love 
In Zalea 
Garland of wild olive. Harraden, B. 
Garni— a hostage. Kipling, R. 
Garroters; farce. Howells, W. D. 
Garshin, Vsevolod Mikhailovich, 185S-1888 
Four days 

In Esenwein, J. B. Short story master- 
pieces, v 2 
Red flower 
III Red flower 
Gaskell, Mrs. Elizabeth Cleghorn (Steven- 
son) [Mills, C. M. pseud.] i8io-]865 
Bessy's troubles at home 
In Novels and talcs v 5 
Mary Barton 
Cage at Cranford 

In All the Year Round 10: 332 
Liv Age 80: 17 
Christmas storms and sunshine 
In Novels and tales v 5 
Mary Barton 
Howitt 3: 4 
Cousin Phillis 
In Novels and tales v 5 
Cousin Phillis 
Mary Barton 

Cornhill 8:619, 688; 9:51, 187 
Liv Age 80: 3, 100, 204, 494 
Cranford 

In Novels and tales v 4 

Household Words vol 4, 5, 6, 7 
Crooked branch 

In Novels and tales v 4 
Right at last 
Curious if true 
In Novels and tales v 4 
Cornhill i : 208 
Dark night's work 

In Novels and tales v 7 

All the Year Round 8:475; 9: I 
Doom of the Griffiths 
In Novels and tales v 7 
Round the sofa 
Harper 16:220 
Grey woman 
In Novels and tales v 6 

All the Year Round 4: 300, 32T. 347 
Half a life-time ago 

In Novels and .tales v 7 
Cou-sin Phillis 
Round the sofa 
Household Words 12:229, 276 
Half-brothers 

In Novels and tales v 7 
Round the sofa 
Dublin Univ 52: 586 
Liv Age 60: 12 



Hand and heart 

In Novels and tales v 6 
Heart of John Middleton 
III Novels and tales v 4 
Lizzie Leigh 
Household Words 2: 325 
Libbie Marsh's three eras 
In Novels and tales v 4 
Howitt 1:310, 334, 345 
Lizzie Leigh 

In Novels and tales v 7 
Lizzie Leigh 

Household Words 1:2-60 
Harper i : 38 
Lois the witch 

/;; Novels and talcs v 4 
Right at last 

All the Year Round 1:564, 587, 609 
Manchester marriage 
In Novels and talcs v 4 
Liv Age 60: 339 
Mr. Harrison's confessions 
In Novels and tales v 6 
Cousin Phillis 
Moorland cottage 

In Novels and tales v 4 
Morton Hall 

In Novels and tales v 6 
Lizzie Leigh 

Household Words 8: 265, 293 
Liv Age 40: 31 
My French master 

In Novels and tales v 5 
Lizzie Leigh 
Mary Barton 

Household Words 8:361, 388 
My Lady Ludlow 

In Novels and tales v 7 
Cousin Phillis 
Round the sofa 
Plousehold Words 18: i 
Liv Age 58: 223; 59: 208 » 

Old nurse's story 
In Novels and tales v 5 
Lizzie Leigh 
Mary Barton 
Household Words 6: 583 
Poor Clare 
In Novels and talcs v 7 
Round the sofa 
Household Words 14: 510 
Right at last 

In Novels and tales v 4 
Cousin Phillis 
Right at last 
Sexton's hero 

In Novels and talcs v 4 
Cousin Phillis 
Howitt 2: 149 
Six weeks at Hcppenheim 
In Novels and tales v 4 
Cornhill 5: 560 
Squire's story 

In Novels and tales v 4 
Lizzie Leigh 
Well of Pen-Morfa 

In Novels and tales v 4 
Lizzie Leigh 

Household Words 2: 182, 205 
Gaspard and his wa.x lady. French, A. W. 
Gasper Ruiz. Conrad, J. 
Gastronomic scenes. Daudet, A. 



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INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Gate of the hundred sorrows. Kipling, R. 
Gatherer of simples. Freeman, M. E. W. 
•" Gaudissart II. Balzac, H. de 
Gautier, Theophile, 1811-1872 
Arria Marcella 

In Complete works (Gascon) v 6 
Works (Pocket) v 5 
Works (Sumichrast) v 11 
Avatar 

In Works (Sumichrast) v 15 
Bowl of punch 
In Complete Works (Gascon) v 11 
Works (Pocket) v 10 
Conversion of a classicist. See Gau- 
tier, T. Daniel Jovard 
Daniel Jovard; or, The conversion of a 
classicist 
In Complete Works (Gascon) v 11 
Works (Pocket) v 10 
Elias Wildmanstadius; or, The mediaeval 
man 
In Complete Works (Gascon) v 11 
Works (Pocket) v 10 
Jettatura 

In Works (Sumichrast) v 15 
King Candaules 
In Complete Works (Gascon) v 4 
Works (Pocket) v 4 
Marchioness's lap-dog 
In Complete Works (Gascon) v 11 
Works (Pocket) v 6 
IMedi^Eval man. See Gautier, T. ■ Elias 

Wildmanstadius 
Mummy's foot 
In Complete works (Gascon) v 6 
Works (Pocket) v 10 
Esenwein, J. B. Short-story master- 
pieces V 2 
Mabie, H. W^., and Strachey, L. 
Little masterpieces of fiction v i 
Stories from foreign authors. French, 

V 3 
Lippinc 89: 874 
Nightingales 
In Complete Works (Gascon) v 11 
Works (Pocket) v 6 
Omphalc 

In Complete Works (Gascon) v 11 
Works (Pocket) v 6 
One of Cleopatra's nights 
In Complete Works (Gascon) v 4 
Works (Pocket) v 4 
Thousand and second night 

In Complete Works (Gascon) v 11 
Works (Pocket) v 10 
Vampire 
In Complete Works (Gascon) v 6 
Works (Pocket) v 5 
Works (Sumichrast) v 11 
Water pavilion 

In Works (Sumichrast) v 15 
Gavon's eve. Benson, E. F. 
Gay deceiver. Norris, K. 
Gaylcy the troubadour. Norris, K. 
Ged. Peattie, E. W. 
Gemini. Kipling, R. 

General Glover's true story. Hale, E. E. 
General jail delivery. More, H. 
General manager. Merrick, R. 



General Washington's negro body-servant. 

Clemens, S. L. 
Generals and Number Seven. Pratt, L. 
General's bluff. Wister, O. 
General's match-making. Ouida 
Genevieve Maud and the new thought. Jor,- 

dan, E. G. 
Genevieve Maude's mission. Jordan, E. G. 
Genevieve Maude's perishin' soul. Jordan, 

E. G. 
Genius. Peattie, E. W. 
Gentian. Freeman, M. E. W. 
Gentle art of dining. See Smith, F. H. 

Wherein the gentle art of dining, etc. 
Gentle boy. Hawthorne, N. 
Gentle ghost. Freeman, M. E. W. 
Gentle life. Van Dyke, H. 
Gentle robber. Sherwood, M. P. 
Gentle sinner. Donnell. A. H. 
Gentle traveler. Donnell. A. H. 
Gentleman and players. Hornung, E. W. 
Gentleman from Huron. Hibbard, G. A. 
Gentleman-in-plush. Hopkins, M. S. B. 
Gentleman in the barrel. Fernald, C. B. 
Gentleman of Japan and a lady. Long. J. L. 
Gentleman of the plush rocker. See Stuart, 

R. M. Napoleon Jackson, gentleman of 

the plush rocker 
Gentleman ranker. Seawell, M. E. 
Gentleman vagabond. Smith, F. H. 
Gentleman with the green tie. Pratt, L. 
Gentleman's gentleman. Smith, F. H. 
Geoffrey and Garcinde. Heyse, P. J. L. 
George Dobson's expedition to Hell. Hogg, 

George Silverman's explanation. Dickens, C. 
George Thurston. Bierce, A. 
George Walker at Suez. Trollope, A. 
George Washington Jones; a Christmas gift 

that went a-begging. Stuart, R. M. 
"George Washington's" last duel. Page, 

T. N. 
George's birthday. Field, E. 
George's mother. Crane, S. 
George's wife. Parker, G. 
Georgia watermelon. Harris, J. C. 
Georgiana's reasons. James, H. 
Georgia's ruling. Henry, O. 
Georgic Porgie. Kipling, R. 
Gerald. Weyman, S. J. 
Geranium leaves. See Page, T. N. She had 

on her geranium leaves 
Gerardo secretly weds his mistress and sets 

out for Baruti. Bandcllo, M. 
Germ-destroyer. Kipling, R. 
German Easter and the Easter rabbit. 

iM-ench, A. W. 
German policL-nian. Ivalph, J. 
Gerould, Katharine FuUerton 

Bird in the bush 
In Scrib M 54: 247 

Case of Paraniore 
In Vain oblations 
Scril> M 54: 419 

Divided kingdom 
/;; Vain oblations 
Cent 84: 255 

TmkI and the means 
In Harper 126:878 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



III 



Great tradition 

In Cent 88:428 
Impasse 

In Harper 127: 521 
Mango-seed 
In Vain oblations 
Cent 83: 422 
On the staircase 
In Vain oblations 
Scrib M S4 -731 
Pearls 

In Harper 129: 194 
Poppies in the wheat 

In Cent 63:383 
Straight tip 

In Scrib M 56: 224 
Tortoise 

In Vain oblations 
Scrib M 55:46 
Vain oblations 
In Vain oblations 
Scrib M 49: 367 
Weaker vessel 

In Cent 87: 270 
Wesendonck 

In Harper 126: 740 
Wine of violence 
In Vain oblations 
Scrib M 50: 75 
Geitha's lovers. Morris, W. 
Ghamba. Scully, W. C. 
Ghetto violet. Kompert, L. 
Ghetto wedding. Cahan, A. 
Ghoollah. Bunner, H. C. 
Ghost. O'Connor, W. D. 
Ghost, Canterville. Wilde, O. 
Ghost club. Bangs, J. K. 
Ghost, Double-barrelled. Zangwill, I. 
Ghost riower. Pangborn, G. W. 
Ghost, Gentle. Freeman, M. E. W. 
[Ghost] Haunted and the haunters. Lyt- 

ton, E. B. 
Ghost, Her great-grandmother's. Page, 

T. N. 
Ghost in the Cap'n Brown house. Stowe, 

H. B. 
Ghost in the cross-trees. Norris, F. 
Ghost in the mill. Stowe, H. B. 
Ghost in the sedan-chair. Corelli, M. 
[Ghost] Lady Ludlow. Gaskell, E. C. 
Ghost, Laying the hose-pipe. Connolly, 

J. B. 
Ghost. Lost. Freeman, M. E. W. 
Ghost of a chance. Henry, O. 
Ghost of Captain Brand. Pyle, H. 
Ghost of chance. Chambers, R. W. 
Ghost of Dr. Harris. Hawthorne, N. 
Ghost of glory. Mitchell, S. W. 
Ghost of Matthias Baum. Singmaster, E. 
Ghost of Miser Brimpson. Phillpotts, E. 
Ghost of Sandy Carr. Lewis, A. H. 
Ghost of the bar B-8. Lewis, A. H. 
Ghost of the Black Inn. Loomis, C. B. 
Ghost of the Sierras. Harte, B. 
[Ghostl Old nurse's story. Gaskell, E. C. 
[Ghostl Poor Clare. Gaskell, E. C. 
Ghost, Seventoes. Freeman, M. E. W,. 
[Ghostl Shadows on the wall. Freeman, 

M. E. W. 
Ghost, Speakin'. Slossin, A. T. 
Ghost story. Clemens, S. L. 



Ghost story. Harris, J. C. 

Ghost story, My own true. Kipling, R. 

Ghost, Story of the inexperienced. Wells, 

H. G. 
Ghost train illusion. Warman, C. 
Ghosts. Maupassant, G. de 
Ghosts, John and the. Quiller-Couch, A. T. 
Ghosts in my tower. Stockton, F. R. 
Ghosts of Stukeley castle. Harte, B. 
Ghosts, Rival. Matthews, J. B. 
Ghosts that have haunted me. Bangs, J. K. 
Ghost's touch. Collins, W. 
Giant Maximin. Doyle, A. C. 
Giant's heart. Macdonald, G. 
Gibbet hill. Phillpotts, E. 
Gibbon, Perceval 
Ambush 

In Harper 125: 823 
Avenger of blood 

In Vrouw Grobelaar and her leading 
cases 
Blackw 176: 154 
Between the lights 

In McClure 33: 418 
Bucko 

In Collier's 43: Ap 24 p 15 
Buried anchor 

In McClure 31: SQO 
Citizen of the roads 

In Harp W S7- Je 21 p 18 
Counting the colors 
In Vrouw Grobelaar and her leading 
cases 
Blackw 176: 517 
Coward 

In Vrouw Grobelaar and her leading 
cases 
Liv Age 247:331 
Darkened path 

In Harp W 58: Ja 3 P 6 
Day of omens 

In McClure 43: My p 63 
Debt 

In McClure 39:27 
Dice 

In McClure 28:603 
Did they marry? 

In Hearst's M 24: 10 
Dona Victoria 

In Harper 116: 343 
Dream-face 
In Vrouw Grobelaar and her leadmg 
cases 
Blackw 176: 149 
Eleventh hour 

In Harper 114: 47i 
Girl 

In McClure 42: Ap p 96 
Good end 
In Vrouw Grobelaar and her leadmg 
cases 
Blackw 176: 666 
Great Jew 

In McClure 42: 121 
Grim irony of luck 

In Canad M 28:230 
Hands of the pitiful woman 
In Vrouw Grobelaar and her leadmg 
cases 
Blackw 176: 303 



112 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Gibbon, Perceval —Continued 
Her man of fate 

In Hearst's M 24:698 
Her own story 
In Vrouw Grobclaar and her leading 
cases 
Liv Age 247: 681, 726 
His lady of silence 

In Hearst's M 24: 521 
His wife 

In Ladies' H J 25: Jl p 7 
1 lonie kraal 

In Vrouw Grobelaar and her leading 
cases 
Idealist 

In McCliire 30: 229 
In the dark hour 

In McCIurc 31: 82 
Iron star 

In Harper 127: 354 
King of the baboons 
In Vrouw Grobelaar and her leading- 
cases 
Blackw 176: 521 
McClure 31 : 467 
Like unto like 

In Vrouw Grobelaar and her leading 
cases 
Blackw 176: 310 
Lola 

In Harper 118: 248 
Madame Robin 

/;; Scrib M 53:334 
Man before the mast 

In McClure 42: N p 46; Ja p 48 
Man in the shadow 

In Ladies' H J 27: Jl p 7 
Man who knew 
/;; Blackw 174: 467 
Liv Age 239:541 
McClure 28: 243 
Manasseh 

In Harper 117: 541 
Martyrdom lottery 

In McClure 22>- 482 
Master 

In Harper 126: 48 . 
Mate of the Gatwick 

In Collier's 43: Ag 28 p 16 
Morder drift 

In Vrouw Grobelaar and her leading 
cases 
Blackw 176: 660 
Murderer 

In Harper 125: 443 
Parisienne 

In Harper 122: T76 
Peruvian 

In Vrouw Grobelaar and her leading 
cases 
Piet Naudc's trek 
In Vrouw Grobelaar and her leading 
cases 
Blackw 176: 306 
Sacrifice 

In Vrouw Grobclaar and her leading 
cases 



Second-class passenger 
In Blackw 175: 646 
Liv y\gc 242:336 
McClure 2~: 641 
Second mate 

In McClure 25: 2t, 
Sense of climax 

In Delin 75: Ja p 31 
Strange patient 

/;; Collier's 44: X 27 p 16 
Tagalash 

In Vrouw Grobelaar and her Uadnig 
cases 
Task appointed 

In McClure 34: 558 

Trader of Last Notch 

In Blackw 175:40 

Liv Age 240: 465 

McClure 27: 466 

Unknown factor 

In McClure 30: 662 
Unto the third generation 

In Vrouw Grobelaar and her leading 
cases 
Blackw 176: 145 
Vasco's sweetheart 
In Vrouw Grobelaar and her leading 
cases 
Blackw 176: 811 
Liv Age 244: 160 
Weaver's son 

In McClurc 29: 465 
Wood-ladies 
In Scrib M 54: 22^ 
Gideon's front tooth. Phillpotts, E. 
Gift horse. Wister, O. 
Gift of Abner Grice. Barr, R. 
Gift of fulfilment; an allegory. Harraden, B. 
Gift of tact. Loomis, C. B. 
Gift of the emperor. Hornung, E. W. 
Gift of the magi. Henry, Q. 
Gift of the simple king. Parker, G. 
Gifts of the child Christ. Macdonald, G. 
Gifts of the philosophers. Kelly, M. 
Gil Bias and Dr. Sangrado. Le Sage, A. R. 
Gilded idol and the King Conch-shell. 

Stockton, F. R. 
Giles, the poacher. More, H. 
Gilray's flower pot. Barrie, J. M. 
Gipsy George. Bates, A. 
Giridih coal-fields. Kipling, R. 
Girl. Gibbon, P. 
Girl. Henry, O. 

Girl and the anarch. Parker. G. 
Girl and the game. Williams, J. L. 
Girl and the graft. Henrj-, O. 
Girl and the habit. Henry. O. 
Girl at Lake Lincoln. Merrick, L. 
Girl from Mercury. \'icle, 11. K. 
Girl from the machine. Williams, J. L. 
Girl from the marsh-croft. Lagerlof, S. 
Girl in a steamer chair. See Smith, F. H. 

With special reference, etc. 
Girl in red. White, S. E. 
Girl next door. Davis, C. B. 
Girl of the period. Harrison, C. C. 
Girl that Peter brought. Hopkins. M. S. B. 
Girl who got rattled. White, S. E. 
Girl who loved Herbert. Jordan, F. G. 
Girl who was. Jordan, \i. G. 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



1^3 



Girl with the golden eyes. Balzac, H. dc 
Girl with the Greek face. Merrick, L. 
Girl with the green toque. Davis, C. B. 
Girl with the guitar. Bland, E. N. 
Gissing, George Robert, 185 7- 1903 
Capitalist 

In House of cobwebs 
Charming family 

In House of cobwebs 
Christopherson 

In House of cobwebs 
Daughter of the lodge 

In House of cobwebs 
Day of silence 
In Liv Age 199: 802 

National R [Lond] 22:558 
Despot on tour 

In Strand 15: 25 
Elixir 

In Idler 15: 43° 
Fate and the apothecary 
In House of cobwebs 
Fate of Humphrey Sncll 

In Eng Illust 14: i 
Honeymoon 

/;/ Eng Illust 11:895 
House of cobwebs 
In House of cobwebs 
Argosy 71: 394 
Humplebee 

In House of cobwebs 
In honor bound 

In Eng Illust 13: 79 
Liv Age 205 : 470 
Letty Coe 

In Liv Age 191: 19 
Temple Bar 92: 533 
Light on the tower 

In Eng Illust 16:432 

Lodger in Maze pond 

/;; House of cobwebs 

National R [Lond] 24:847 
Miss Rodney's leisure 

In House of cobwebs 
One way to happiness 
In Eng Illust 19: 225 
Our Mr. Jupp 

In Eng Illust 11:631 
Pig and whistle 

In House of cobwebs 
Poet's portmanteau 

In Eng Illust 12: No. S; 3 
Poor gentleman 

In House of cobwebs 
Pall Mall M 19: 1/7 
Riding-whip 

In House of cobwebs 
Ring finger 

In Cosmopolis 10:297 
Salt of the earth 

In House of cobwebs 
Scrupulous father 
Iti House of cobwebs 
Cornhill 83: i75 
Simple Simon 

In Idler 9: 509 
Topham's chance 

In House of cobwebs 
Givers. Freeman, M. E. W. 
Glance ahead. Bangs, J. K. 



Glaspell, Susan, 1882- 
According to his lights 

In Am M 72: I53 

Anarchist: his dog 

In Lifted masks 

Am M 74: 14.S 

At twi-light 

In Lifted masks 
Harper 124: 790 
]5oarder of art 

In Ladies' H J 29: O p 10 
For to-morrow; an Easter story 

In Booklovers' M 5:559 
I'reckles M'Grath 
In Lifted masKs 
Munsey 31: 481 
h'roni A to Z 
In Lifted masks 
Am M 68: 543 
His America 

In Lifted masks 
How the prince saw America 
In Lifted masks 
Am M 62: 274 
In the face of his constituents 

In Harper 107: 757 
Last sixty minutes 
In Lifted masks 
Love of the hills 

In Lifted masks 
Man of flesh and blood 
In Lifted masks 
Harper 108:957 
"One of those impossible Americans 

In Lifted masks 
"Out there" 

In Lifted masks 
Delin 80: Jl p 5 
Plea 

In Lifted masks 
Preposterous motive 
In Lifted masks 
Glass door. Earle, M. T. 
Glass-eyed Bill. Osbourne. L. 
Glasses. James, H. 
Gleaner. Mitford, M. R. 
Glenmutchkin railway. Aytoun, W. E. 
Glimpse of the underworld. Matthews, J. B. 
Glimpses of the insurrection. Daudet, A. , 
Glistering beaches. Crockett, S. R. 
Gloaming ghosts. McCutcheon, G. B. 
Gloriana. Kipling, R. ,, ^ ^, ., . 

La Gloriense. ^ce Davis, M. E. M. At La 

Gloriense 
Glorious fortune. Besant. W. 
Glory. Long, J. L. „ x tt 

Glory and the other girl. Donnell, A. H. 
Gloversville plunger. Davis, C. B. 
Gnawing a file. See Habberton, J. Out at 

Twinnett's 
Goat of Monsieur Seguin. Daudet, A. 
Goblet. Tieck, L. 
Goboto night. London, J. 
Gobseck. Balzac, H. de 
God from the machine. Kipling, R. 
God in Israel. Duncan, N. 
God of coincidence. Davis, Richard H. 
God of his fathers. London, J. 
God rest ye, merry gentlemen. Crane, S. 
God sees the truth, but waits. Tlstoi, L. o 
Goddess of Excelsior. Harte, B. 



14 



IXDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Goddesses from the machine. Bacon, J. D. 

Godmothers. SpofFord, H. P. 

God's and man's. See Tolstoi, L. N. Divine 

and the human 
God's babe. Crockett, S. R. 
God's garrison. Parker, G. 
God's puppets. Davis, C. B. 
Godson. Tolstoi, L. N. 
Goeringer, I. 
Autumn 

In Brooks, W. Stories from four lan- 
guages 
Flannel 
In Brooks, W. Stories from four lan- 
guages 
Folk-legend 

In Brooks, W. Stories from four lan- 
guages 
Housekeeping book 
In Brooks, W. Stories from four lan- 
guages 
Love 
In Brooks, W. Stories from four lan- 
guages 
Parting 
In Brooks, W. Stories from four lan- 
guages 
Springtime 
In Brooks, W. Stories from four lan- 
guages 
When the flowers fade 
In Brooks, W. Stories from four lan- 
guages 
Gogol, Nikolai Vassilyevitch, 1809-1852 
Cloak 

In St. John's eve 

Esenwein, J. B. Short story master- 
pieces, Russian v i 
Evening in May 
In Evenings m little Russia 
Cosmopol 3: 186 
Fair at Sorotchinetz 

In Evenings in little Russia 
May evening. See Gogol, N. V. Evening 

in May 
Mid-summer evening 

In Evenings in little Russia 
Night of Christmas eve 

In Cossack tales 
Old-fashioned farmers [Old-fashioned 
gentry] 
In St. John's eve 
Warner library 
Portrait 
In St. John's eve 
Blackw 62: 457 
Liv Age 15: 299 
St. John's eve 
In St. John's eve 
Taras Bulba 

Stories by foreign authors, Russian 
Tale of how Ivan Ivanovitch quarrelled 
with Ivan Nikiforovitch 
In St. John's eve 
Going into society. Dickens, C. 
Going of BitTf Ellison. Lewis, A. H. 
Going of the White Swan. Parker, G. 
Going U) Shrewsbury. Jcwett, S. O. 
Gold. Freeman, M. E. W. 
Gold. See Balzac, H. dc. Facino Cane 



Gold-bug. Poe, E. A. 

Gold that glittered. Henry, O. 

Golden apples. Morris, W. [Edgar] 

Golden arm. Clemens, S. L. 

Golden ashes. Pemberton, M. 

Golden ])aby. Brown, A. 

Golden bird (adapted). Scudder, H. E. 

Golden calf; a novelette. Boyesen, H. H. 

Golden braid. Maupassant, G. de 

Golden castaways. Osbourne, L. 

Golden chain. Overton, G. 

Golden dreams. See Irving, W. Wolfert 

Webber 
Golden egg and the cock of gold (adapted). 

Scudder, H. E. 
Golden fleece. Bangs, J. K. 
Golden fleece. Hawthorne, J. 
Golden fleece. Hawthorne, N. 
Golden flood. Lefevre, E. 
Golden fortune. Austin, M. H. 
Golden helmets in the Alleberg. Strind- 

berg, J. A. 
Golden ingot. O'Brien, F. 
Golden key. Macdonald, G. 
Golden key: a problem in lovers for the 

crime doctor. Hornung, E. W. 
Golden morning. Crockett, S. R. 
Golden mountain. Crockett, S. R. 
Golden pipes. Parker, G. 
Golden pool. Chambers, R. W. 
(jolden pot. Hoffmann, E T. W. 
Golden-rod; an idyl of Mount Desert. Har- 
rison, C. C. 
Golden rule DoUivers. Cameron, M. 
Golden touch. Hawthorne, N. 
Golden touch. Train, A. C. 
Golden venture. Jacobs, W. W. 
Golden wedding. Quiller-Couch, A. T. 
Golden wedding. Stuart, R. M. 
Golden wings. Morris, W. 
Goldschmidt, Meir, 1819-1887. 

Flying mail 
In Flying mail 

Stories by foreign authors, Scandina- 
vian 
Goldsmith's apprentice. Harraden, B. 
Golf in Hades. Bangs, J. K. 
Goliath. Aldrich, T. B. 
Golly and the Christian; or, The minx and 

the manxman. By H-11 C-ne. Harte, B. 
La gommeuse. Davis, C. B. 
Gone. Galsworthy, J. 
Goneril. Robinson, A. M. F. 
Good aunt. Edgeworth, M. 
Good Brahmin. Voltaire, F. M. de A. 
Good-by, Jack. London, J. 
Good conscience. Kielland, A. L. 
Good dinner. Cutting, M. S. 
Good end. GiI)bon, P. 
Good fellow's wife. Garland, H. 
Good-for-nothing. Boyesen, H. H. 
Good for the soul. Deland, M. 
Good French governess. Edgeworth, M. 
Good gracious! and the forgct-mc-not. Neal, 

Good hunting. Kipling, R. 

Good intentions. Jacobs, W. W. 

Good lesson well learnt. France, A. 

Good luck. Jewett, S. O. 

Good man's dilemma. Weyman, S. J. 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



"5 



Good match. Maupassant, G. de 

Good news from a far country. Watson, J. 

Good reasons. Sec Maupassant, G. de. 

Moustaches 
Good Samaritan. Andrews, M. R. S. 
Good Samaritan. Crockett, S. R. 
Good wolf. Burnett, F. H. 
Goodness of Saint Rocque. Dunbar, A. 
Goophered grapevine. Chesnutt, C. W; 
Goose-chase. Hopkins, M. S. B. 
Gooseherd. Sudermann, H. 
Gordon, Armistead Churchill, 1855- 
Flandroe's mogul 
In Stories of the railway (Stories from 
Scribner) 
Scrib M 2:361 
Gordon Baldwin. Lindau, R. 
Gordon the Gipsey. Hogg, J. 
Gorgon's head. Hawthorne, N. 
Gorky, Maxim, pseud. (Alexei Maximovitch 
Pyeshkov) 1868- 
Afifair of the clasps 

In Outcasts^ 
Cain and Arteme 
In Individualists 
Chelkash 
In Tales 

Twenty-six and one 
Fortn 76: 1083 
Liv Age 232: 202 
Chums 

In Tales 
Comrades 
/;; Orlofif and his wife 
Talcs 

Esenwein, J. B. Short-story master- 
pieces, Russian, v 2 
Craftsman 11: 288 
Confronting life 

In Cosmopol 38: 7i7 
Creatures that were men 

In Creatures that were men 
Devil 

Nat'l M [Bost] 15: 161 
Exorcism 

In Orloff and his wife 
Green kitten 

In Tales 
Heart of a beggar 

In Cur Lit 47: 220 
Heartache 

In Heartache 
Her lover 
In Tales 
In the steppe 

In Tales 
Individualists 

In Individualists 
Insolent man 

1)1 Orloff and his wife 
Khan and his son 

In Orloff and his wife 
Konovaloff 

In Orloff and his wife 
Malva 

In Twenty-six and one 
March of man 

In Cosmopol 39:286 
Men with pasts 

In Orloff and his wife 



Old woman Izerofel 

In Heartache 
One autumn night 

In Tales 
Orloff and his wife 

In Orloff' and his wife 
Outcasts 

In Outcasts 
Philip Vasilycvich's story 

In Ind 59: 543 
Rolling stone 

In Tales 
Strange companion 
In Individualists 
Tchclkache. See Gorky, M. Chelkash 
Twenty-six and one 
In Tales 

Twenty-six and one 
Twenty-six men and a girl 
Twenty-six of us and one other. See 

Gorky, M. Twenty-six and one 
Varenka Olesoff 

In Orloff and his wife 
Waiting for the ferry 
In Outcasts 
Gospel. Bacon, J. D. 
Goth. Page, T. N. 

Governess of Greenbush. Hornung, E. W. 
Government official. Watson, J. 
Governor. Hibbard, G. A. 
Governor general. Stockton, F. R. 
Governor-general's trunk. Train, A. C. 
Governor Manco and the patrol. Irving, W. 
Governor of St. Kitts. Doyle, A. C. 
Governor's dinner. Hale, E. E. 
Governor's prerogative. Thanet, O. 
Governor's prerogatives. Earle, M. T. 
Gradual fairy. Brown, A. 
Grahame, Kenneth, 1859- 
Departure 

In Dream days 
Dies irae 

In Dream days 
In Arcady 

In New Review 12:225 
Its walls were as of jasper 
/;;. Dream days 
Scrib M 22: 157 
Magic ring 

In Dream days 
Scrib M 20: 693 
Mutabile semper 
In Dream days 
Reluctant dragon 
In Dream days 
Saga of the seas 
In Dream days 
Scrib M 24: 194 
Twenty-first of October 
In Dream days 

New Review 13: 359 
Grain that was like an egg. Sec Tolstoi, 

L. N. Seed as big as a hen's egg 
Gramigna's mistress. Verga, G. 
Grammatical ghost. Peattie, E. W\ 
Grand, Sarah, pseud. (Mrs. Haldane Macfall) 
Ah man 

In Our manifold nature 



ii6 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Grand, Sarah — Coiitiiuicd. 
Bocimellcn 

In Our manifold nature 
Eugenia 

III Our manitolil nature 
Janey, a humble administrator 

111 Our manifold nature 
Kane, a soldier servant 

In Our manifold nature 
Momentary indiscretion 

In Cosmopol 20: 169 
When the door opened 

/;/ Idler 12:708 
Yellow leaf 

In Our manifold nature 
Grand cross of the crescent. Davis, Rich- 
ard H. 
Grand Hotel du Paradis. See Janvier, T. A. 

At the Grand Hotel du Paradis 
Grand jurj' — in two panels and a frame. 

Galsworthy, J. 
Grand prior of Minorca; a veritable ghost 

story. Irving, W. 
Grande Breteche. Balzac, H. de 
Grande demoiselle. King, G. E. 
Grandfather's chair. .Hawthorne, N. 
Grandfather's dream. Hawthorne, N. 
Grandfathers of Bol). Andrews, M. R. S. 
Grandison's quandary. See Stockton, F. R. 

Dusky philosophy 
Grandmama. Hil)bard, G. A. 
Grandmama. King, G. E. 
Grandma's story. Alcott, L. M. 
Grandmother. Vorse, M. H. 
Grandmother and her three lovers. Erck- 

mann. E. and Chatrian, A. 
Grandmother and the dolls. Harris, J. C. 
Grandmother Stark. Wister, O. 
Grandmother's grandmother. King, G. E. 
Grandsire Triples. Bland, E. N. 
Gran'ma Mullin's woe. See French, A. W. 

Wcilf at Susan's door 
Grant, Robert, 1852-1914 
Across the way 

In Law-breakers 

Against his judgment 

In Law-breakers 

Lippinc 44:831 

Bachelor's Christmas 

In Bachelor's Christmas 
By hook or crook 
In Bachelor's Christmas 
Harper 90: 884 
Exchange of courtesies 

In Law-breakers 
Eye for an eye 
In Bachelor's Christmas 
Scrib M 5:315 
In fly-time 

In Bachelor's Christmas 
Harper 89: 296 
Knave of hearts 

In Knave of hearts 
Law-breakers 
In Law-breakers 

Everybody's 12: 732 
Matrimonial tontine benefit association 
In Bachelor's Christmas 
Scrib M 16: 679 



Richard and Robin 

In Bachelor's Christmas 
Harper 90: 139 
Romance of a soul 
In Law-breakers 
St. George and the dragon 

In Law-breakers 
Surrender 

In Law-breakers 
Two ways of telling a storj-; a dramatic 
dialogue 
In Lippinc 39:345 
Grantham's limitations. Vorse, M. H. 
Grass-green maid. Brown, A. 
Grasse widow. Phillpotts, E. 
Grasshopper and the ant. Deland, M. 
Grateful foxes. Mitford, A. B. 
Grateful Joe. Allen, G. 
Grateful negro. Edgeworth. M. 
Gratitude. Bourget, P. 
Gratitude of the Samebito. Hearn, L. 
Grave. See Maupassant, G. de. Tomb 
Grave by the handpost. Hardy, T. 
Graven image. Sharp, W. 
Graves and goblins. Hawthorne, N. 
Graveyard sirens. Maupassant, G. de 
Gray, David, 1870- 
Angel of chance 

In Collier's 44: D 11 p 11 
Bishop's missionary meeting 

In Gallops 2 
Braybrooke baby's godmother 
In Gallops 
Cent 66: 614 
Braybrooke's double event steeple-chase 
In Gallops 
Cent 55: 29 
Carty Carteret's sister 
In Gallops 

Cent 56: 247 

Case of the Evanstons 

In Mr. Carteret 

Cent 74: 521 

Chalmer's gold piece 

In Gallops 
Crowninshield's brush 
In Gallops 2 

McClure 17: 194 
Echo hunt 
In Gallops 2 
Cent 65: 127 
Her first horse show 
In Gallops 2 
Cent 61 : 74 
His first race 
In Gallops 
How Mr. Carteret proposed 
In Mr. Carteret and others 
Cent 76: 584 
How the fence-breaker's league was 
stumped 
In Gallops 
Isabella 
In Gallops 2 
Cent 66: 511 
Matter of a mashie 

In Mr. Carteret and others 
Cent 58: 18 
Medal of honor story 
In Mr. Carteret and others 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



117 



Mr. Carteret and his fellow Americans 
abroad 
[11 Mr Carteret and others 
Mr. Carteret's adventure with a locket 
III Mr. Carteret and others 
Cent 78: 5,^6 
Parish of St. Thomas Equinas 
In Gallops 
Cent 55:24 
Peach and the admiral 

In Cent 75-337 
Popularity of Tompkins 

/// Gallops 
Reggie Livingstone's country life 
In Gallops 2 
Cent 67: 133 
Ride of his life 

/;; Gallops 
Ting-a-ling 
III Gallops 2 
Cent 64: 352 
Transfigured pair 

III Gallops 
White birds of Sandakkan 

In Collier's 44: S 25 p 17 
Woman's auxiliary of the Oakdale hunt 
In Harper 123: 267 
Gray champion. Hawthorne, N. 
Gray chieftain. Eastman, C. A. 
Gray collie. Pangborn, G. W. 
Gray frock. Hawkins, A. H. 
Gray ghost. Futrelle, J. 
Gray jacket of "No. 4." Page, T. N. 
Gray madam. Green, A. K. 
Gray man. Jewett, S. O. 
Gray mills of Farley. Jewett, S. O. 
Gray mouse. Davis, C. B. 
Gray pippin. Bazin, R. 
Gray wolf's ha'nt. Chesnutt, C. W. 
Grayson's baby. Fox, J., jr. 
Great and little Sherberton. Phillpotts. E. 
Great Bartram. Tracy, V. 
Great Breteche. See Balzac, H. de. Grande 

Breteche 
Great Brown-Pericord motor. Doyle, A. C. 
Great bubble syndicate. Osbourne, L. 
Great carbuncle. Hawthorne, N. 
Great census. See Kipling, R. Smith admin- 
istration 
Great composer. Bangs, J. K. 
Great condition. James, H. 
Great day. Amicis, E. de 
Great day. Singmaster, E. 
Great day when Matilda voted. Bangs, J. K. 
Great Deadwood mystery. Harte, B. 
Great diamond is obtained and used. 

O'Brien, F. J. 
Great expedition. Jewett, S. O. 
Great Feversham. Silberrad, U. L. 
Great five-cent case. Osbourne, L. 
Great God Pan. Cameron, M. 
Great good place. James, H. 
Great-grandmother. See Page, T. N. Her 

great-grandmother's ghost 
Great Jew. Gibbon, P. 
Great K. & A. train robbery. Ford, P. L. 
Great men's sons. Tarkington, B. 
Great Minus. Parker, G. 
Great Mogul. Barr, R. 
Great oaks from little acorns. Kelly, M. 



Great pine. Freeman, M. E. W. 

Great revolution in Pitcairn. Clemens, S. L. 

Great right-of-way. Crockett, S. R. 

Great scoop. Seawell, M. E. 

Great secretary-of-state interview. Williams, 

J . L. 
Great shadow. Doyle, A. C. 
Great show in Kobolland. Stockton, F. R. 
Great ^aircase at Landover Hall. Stock- 
ton, F. R. 
Great state of Johnsing. Earle, M. T. 
Great stone face. Hawthorne, N. 
Great sword. Maupassant, G. de 
Great Todescan's secret thrust. Castle, A., 

and Castle, E. 
Great tradition. Gerould, K. F. 
Great triangular duel. Marryat, F. 
Great tri-club tournament. Davis, Richard H. 
Great war syndicate. Stockton, F. R. 
Great White Chief. See Parker, G. Woods- 
man's story of the Great White Chief 
Great white deeps. Castle, A., and Castle, 

E. 
Great Winglebury duel. Dickens, C. 
Great wish syndicate. Bangs, J. K. 
Great Wolfville strike. Lewis, A. H. 
Great wreck on the Pere Marquette. War- 
man, C. 
Greater Coney. Henry, O. 
Greater courage. Thanet, O. 
Greater love than this. Peattie, E. W. 
Greatest man in the country. Ward, H. D. 
Greatest of these. Davis, C. B. 
Greatest of these. Fuller, H. B. 
Greatest player in all the world. Duncan, N. 
Greatness of Helena. Michelson, M. 
Greaves' disappearance. Hawthorne, J. 
Gree-Gree bush. Connolly, J. B. 
Green, Anna Katharine (Mrs. Charles 
Rohlfs) 1846- 
Amethyst box 

In Amethyst box 
Black cross 

In Old stone house 
Bronze hand 

In Difficult problem 
Difficult problem 

In Difficult problem 
Doctor, his wife, and tlie clock 

/;} Doctor, his wife and the clock 
Gray madam 

/;/. Difficult problem 
Grotto spectre 

In Cosmopol 55:86 
Hermit of — street 

In Difficult problem 
House in the mist 

In House in the mist 
Memorable night 
In Old stone house 

Patten, W. International short sto- 
ries V I 
Midnight in Beauchamp row 

In Difficult problem 

IMysterious case 

In Old stone house 

Lippinc 47:352 

Old stone house 

In Old stone house 



ii8 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Green, Anna Katharine —ro;//i;i.'.'r</. 

Ruhy and tlic caldron 

//) House in the mist 
7-12; a detective story 

III 7-12; a detective story 
Shall he wed her? 

Ill Old stone house 
Stairca-se at the Heart's Delight 

/;/ Difficult problem 
Three thousand dollars 

III Three thousand dollars 
Woman in the alcove 

III Am M 60:97 
X Y Z; a detective story 
/» X Y Z; a detective story 
Green bough. Austin, M. H. 
Green boy from "Harrah." Loomis, C. B 
Green branches. Sharp, W. 
Green door. Freeman, M. E. W. 
Green door. Henry, O. 
Green-eyed monster. Juilrelle, J. 
Green flag. Doyle, A. C. 
Green island. Jewctt, S. O. 
Green isle. Wiggin, K. D. 
Green kitten. Gorky, M. 
Green pastures. Grenfell, W. T. 
Green-room rivals. Trumbull, A. E. 
Green ruby. IMcCutcheon, G. B. 
Greensmith's charade. Phillpotts, E. 
Grcgorio. Heminway, P. 
Gregory learned. Vorse, M. H. 
Gregory learns. Vorse, M. H. 
La grcnadiere. Balzac, H. de 
Grenfell, Wilfred Thomason, 1865- 
Brin 

In St. N 39: 99 
Copper stove 

/;) Off the rocks 
Green pastures 

III Off the rocks 
Johnny 

In Off the rocks 
"Joy of their Lord" 

In Off the rocks 
Little Prince Pomnik 

In Off the rocks 
Off the rocks 

/;/ Off the rocks 
Peter Wright: mail-carrier 

In Off the rocks 
Preacher 

/;/ Off the rocks 
"Re])f)rted lost" 

/;/ Off the rocks 
Susannc 

In Atlan 108: 347 
"That bit o' line" 
hi Off the rocks 
That Christmas at Peace Haven 

/;/ Ladies' H J 29: 1) p 1 1 
'Tis dogged as does it 

In Putnams 6: 538 
Uncle Rube's net 

In Off the rocks 
Uncle Silas: fisherman 

/// Off tile rcK-ks 
When we let our pilot go 
In Off tlic rocks 
Grettir at Drangcy. Norris, F. 



Grettir at Thorhallstead. See Norris, F. 
^ Grettir at Drangey 
Greville Fane. James, H. 
Grey parrot. Jacobs, W. W. 
Grey sleeve. Crane, S. 
Grey wig. Zangwill, I. 
Grey woman. Gaskell, E. C. 
Gridiron. Lover, S. 
Grief deferred. Brown, A. 

Griffin, Gerald, 1803- 1840 

Mr. Tibbit O'Leary the curious 
/;; Johnson, R. Little classics v 5 

Griffin and the minor canon. Stockton, 

F. R. 
Grifhn's story. See Smith, F. II. Club 

cliestnuts warmed over 
Griffiths the safe man. Kipling, R. 
Grim irony of luck. Gibbon, P. 

Grimm, Jacob Ludwig Karl, 1785-1863, and 
Grimm, Wilhelm Karl, 1786-1859 
I'"aithful John 
/;/ Tappan, E. M. Children's Hour 
i: 199 
Frog-King 
In Tappan, E. M. Children's Hour 
i: 210 
Hansel and Grethel 
In Tappan, E. M. Children's Hour 
1 : 188 
Hare and the hedgehog 

In Children's Hour 1:215 
Little briar-rose 

In Warner library 
Little Snow-white 
In Tappan, E. \1. Children's Hour 
1:163 
Six swans 
In Tappan, E. M. Children's Hour 
i: 181 
Three spinners 

In W'arner library 
Thumbling 
In Tappan, E. I\I. Children's Hour 
i: 175 
Grinding of Dave Tutt. Lewis A. H. 
Grindstone and the drum. See Parker, G. 

Price of tiie grindstone 
Griselda. See Boccaccio, G. Patient Gri- 

selda 
Grisette. Musset, A. de 
Grit of women. London, J. 
Grizel Cockrane's ride. Peattie, E W. 
Grotto spectre. Green, A. K. 
Ground ash. Alitford, M. R. 
Groundsel-tree. Wright, Al. O. 
Growing old. See Maupassant, G. de. 
^ Farewell! 

Growing up. Morris, G. 
Guarded shrine. Brown, A. 
Guardian angel. Alarcon, P. A. de 
Guardian angel. Jacobs, W. W. 
Guardian angel. Payn, J. 
Guardian angel. Spofford, H. P. 
Guardian of the accoLvle. Henry, O. 
Guardian of the fire. Parker, G. 
Guardian of tiie 'scutcheon. Henry, O. 
Gudbrand on tiie liillside. Dasent, G. W. 
Gudra's daughter. Stockton, V. 1\. 
Guentham's curious lH)Ules. Loomis, C. B. 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



119 



Guerin, George Maurice de, 1810-1839 

Centaur 
In ]Merrill, :!5. Pastels in prose 
Guest in Sodom. Freeman, M. E. W. 
Guest of honor. Norris, F. 
Guest of honor. Viele, H. K. 
Guest that tarried. Parker, G. 
Guests. Vorse, M. H. 
Guest's confession. James, H. 
Guests of Mrs. Timms. Jewett, S. O. 
Guests of the wolfmaster. Castle, E. 
Guile. Long, J. L. 
Guillotine club. Mitchell, S. W. 
Guilty. Bland, E. N. 
Guilty party. Henry, O. 
Guilty secret. Kock, Paul de 
Guilty Sir Guy. Hibbard, G. A. 
Gully of Bluemans-dyke Doyle, A. C. 
Gunnlaug the worm-tongue. See Morris, W. 

Storv of Gunnlaug, etc. 
Gunner Criswell. Singmaster, E. 
Gunpowder plot. Eggleston, E. 
Guthrie, Thomas Anstey. See Anstey, F. 

pseud. 
Guy Heavystone; or "Entire," a muscular 

novel. By the author of "Sword and 

gun." Harte, B. 
Gypsy. Bacon, J. D. 
Gypsy Christ. Sharp, W. 
Gypsy dance near Granada. Smith, F. H. 
Gypsy's prophecy. Alarcon, P. A. de 

H R H., the prince of Hester street. 

Kelly. M. 
Habitation enforced. Kipling, R. 
Hacienda. Seawell, M. E. 
Haddad-Ben-Ahab. Gait, J. 
Haggard, Henry Rider, 1856- 

Allan the hunter, a tale of three lions 

/;; Allan the hunter 
Black heart and white heart; a Zulu idyll 

In Elissa; the doom of Zimbabwe 
Elissa; the doom of Zimbabwe 

In Elissa; the doom of Zimbabwe 
Long odds 

In Stories by English authors, Africa 
Mahatma and the hare; a dream story 

In Mahatma and the hare 
Maiwa's revenge 
In Maiwa's revenge 
Harper 77: 180, 345 
Prince; another lion. See Haggard, H. R. 

Allan the hunter 
Tale of three lions. See Haggard, H. R. 
Allan the hunter 
Hair of the dog. Stuart, R. M. " 
Hair-pin. Maupassant, G. de 
Haiti the shepherd. Bierce, A. 
Hajji as a quack. Morier, J. J. 
Hal o' the draft. Kipling, R. 
Halberdier of the little Rheinschloss. 

Henry, O. 
Hale-Weston. Seawell, M. E. 

Hale, Edward Everett, 1822-1909 
Alice's Christmas tree 

In Christmas eve and Christmas day 
Alif Laila 

/;; Crusoe in New York 



Aunt Caroline's present 
1)1 Aunt Caroline's present 
Susan's escort 
Harper 70: 360 
Back to back 
In Back to back 
Harper 55:873 
Both their houses 
In Susan's escort 
Harper 82; 413 
Bread on the waters 
In Works v 4 
Brick moon 
Susan's escort 
Brick moon 
In Works v 4 
Brick moon 
His level best 

Atlan 24:451, 603, 679; 25:215 
Children of the public 
In Works v i 

n, yes, and perhaps 
Man without a country 
Johnson, R. Little classics v 11 
Christmas and Rome 

In Christmas eve and Christmas day 
Christmas waits in Boston 
In Works v 2 

Christmas eve and Christmas day 
If, yes, and perhaps 
Civil servant 

In Crusoe in New York 
Old and New 9: 58 
Colonel Clipsham's calendar 
/;; Susan's escort 
Outlook 86: 424 
Colonel Ingham's journey 
/;; Christmas in Narragansett 
Susan's escort 
Harper 68: 143 
Confidence 
In His level best 

Old and New 6:669 
Cottage on the Viminal 

In Christmas in Narragansett 
Cromwell's statue 
In Works v 2 

In Christmas in Narragansett 
Crusoe in New Y^ork 
In Works v 4 
Brick moon 
Crusoe in New York 
Daily bread 
In Works v 2 

Christmas eve and Christmas day 
Dick's Christmas 

In Christmas in Narragansett 
Harper 66: 275 
Did he take the prince to ride? 
In Works v i 

Man without a country 
Atlan 21: 603 
East and west 

In Christmas in Narragansett 
First grain market 
In Susan's escort 
Four and five 

In Four and five 
From generation to generation 
In Susan's escort 

New Eng M n s 13:534 



120 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Hale, Edward Kverett— Continued. 
From making; to baking 

/;/ Susan's escort 
General Glover's true story 

/;; Susan's escort 
Governor's dinner 

In Christmas in Narragansett 
Hands off 

//; Works V _' 
Happy island 
In Works v i 

Christmas in Narragansctt 
Man without a country 
Harper 59: 209 
Hepzibah's turkeys 
In Works v 3 

Ten times one is ten 
His level best 
In Works v i 
His level best 
Man without a country 
Ideals 

In Works v 4 
Erick moon 
In His name. A story of the Waldenses 
seven hundred years ago 
In Works v 2 
In His name 
John Rich and Lucy Poor 

In Susan's escort 
King Charles's shilling 

In Susan's escort 
Law and gospel 
In Christmas in Narragansctt 
Harper 63: 267 
Lost palace 
In Works v 4 
Brick moon 
Crusoe in New York 
Old and New 10:405 
Love is the whole 

In Christmas eve and Christmas day 
Lucy Poor. !iee Hale, E. E. John Rich 

and Lucy Poor 
Man without a country 
In Works v i 

If, yes, and perhaps 
Man without a country 
Mabie, H. W., and Strachey, L. 
Little masterpieces of fiction v 8 
Tappan. E. M. Children Hour 10:450 
Ridpath library of universal litera- 
ture V I 
Trent, W. P., and Henneman, J. B. 

Best American stories 
Wiirner library 
Atlan 12: 665 
Outlook 45: 77 
Outlook 92: 515 
Sharpe 45: 77 
Max Kecslcr's horse-car 

In Crusoe in New York- 
Minister's black veil 
In Susan's escort 
Mrs. De Laix's indecision 

In Susan's escort 
Modern Psyche 
In Works v i 

Crusoe in New York 
Man without a country 
Harper 51:885 



Modern Sindbad 

In His level best 
Mouse and lion 

In His level best 
My double and how he undid me 
In Works v i 

If, yes, and perhaps 
Man without a country 
My double and how he undid me 
Atlan 4:356 
My friend the boss 
In My friend the boss 
Lend a hand i : 24 
Neither scrip nor money 
In Works v 3 

Ten times one is ten 
New Arabian night 
In Susan's escort 
Harper 78: 6i"9 
Next his hand 

In Christmas in Narragansett . 
Nicolettc and Aucassin 
In Crusoe in New York 
Old and New 10: 223 
99 Linwood street 
/;; Works v 4 
Brick moon 
One cent 

In Christmas in Narragansett 
One good turn 
In One good turn 
Susan's escort 
Only a fly 

In Susan's escort 
Chaut 18: 293 
Our new crusade 
In Works v 3 

Ten times one is ten 
Pharaoh's harvest 

In Susan's escort 
Pilchards 

In Christmas in Narragansett 
Queen of California 
In His level best 
Rag-man and the rag-woman 
In Works v i 

Man without a country 
Red and white 

In Red and white 
Return message 

In Christmas in Narragansett 
Round the world in a hack 
In Works v i 

Man w^ithout a country 
Safe deposit 

In Safe deposit 
Same Christmas in old England and new 

In Christmas eve and Christmas day 
Skeleton in the closet 
In Works v i 

If. yes, and perhaps 
Man witliout a country 
Stand and wait 
In Works v 3 

Christmas eve and Christmas day 
Ten times one is ten 
Story of Oello 

In Christmas eve and Christmas day 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



121 



Survivor's story 
In Works v 4 
Brick moon 

Christmas eve and Christmas day 
Christmas m Narragansett 
Susan's escort 
In Susan's escort 
Harper 80: 908 
Tale of a salamander 

In His level best 
"Tell it again." See Hale, E. E. Aunt 

Caroline's present 
Ten times one is ten 
In Works v 3 

Ten times one is ten 
Old and New i: 3 
Thanksgiving at the polls 
In Works v 4 
Brick moon 
They savi^ a great light 
In Works v 2 

Christmas eve and Christmas day 
Old and New 7: 6 
Three anniversaries 

In Christmas in Narragansett 
Two princes 

In Christmas eve and Christmas day 
Old and New i: 21 
Water talk 

In His level best 
Western Ginevra 

In Crusoe in New York 
Harper 57: 747 
Hale, Lucretia Peabody, 1820-1900 
Spider's eye 

In Stories by American authors v 3 
Hale-Weston. Seawell, M. E. 
Haleem. See Duncan, N. For the hand of 

Haleem 
Halevy, Ludovic, 1834-1908 
Abbe Constantin 

In Abbe Constantin 
Autumn manoeuvres. See Halevy, L. 
Madame de Chateaubrun's series of 
three 
Blacky 

In Parisian points of view 
Catherine Duval 

In Catherine Duval 
Chinese ambassador 
In Abbe Constantin 

Parisian points of view 
Circus charger 

In Parisian points of view 
Dancing-master 

In Parisian points of view 
Deputy of Gamache 

/;; Abbe Constantin 
Duchess and Madame Margot 

In Catherine Duval 
Fin-de-siecle match 

In Autumn manoeuvres 
French marriage 

In Cosmopol 4:53 
In the express 

In Parisian points of view 
Insurgent 
In Parisian points of view 

Esenwein, J. B. Short-story master- 
pieces v 2 
Lippinc 88: 914 



Irene de Leoty 

In Catherine Duval 
Latter-day wooing 

In Autumn manoeuvres 
Little Max 

In Abbe Constantin 
Love marriage. See Halevy, L. Marriage 

for love 
Madame de Chateaubrun's series of three 
[Autumn manoeuvres] 
In Abbe Constantin 
Autumn manoeuvres 
Mariette 

In Autumn manoeuvres 
Marriage for love 
In Abbe Constantin 
Marriage for love 
Most beautiful woman in Paris 
In Parisian points of view 
Warner library 
My nephew 
In Patten, W. International short sto- 
ries v 3 
Only a waltz 

In Parisian points of view 
Story of a ball dress 

/;; Parisian points of view 
Tom and Bob 

In Autumn manoeuvres 
Two cyclones 
In Liv Age 212: 758 
Half-a-dozen housekeepers. Wiggin, K. D. 
Half a curse. Thanet, O. 
Half a life-time ago. Gaskell, E. C. 
Half a sheet of paper. Strindberg, J. A. 
Half a sheet of foolscap. See Strindberg, 

J. A. Half a sheet of paper 
Half-breeds. Warman, C. 
Half-brothers. Gaskell, E. C. 
Half-brothers. Hewlett, M. H. 
Half-brothers. Phillpotts, E. 
Half-penny (adapted). Scudder, H. E. 
Half-seas over. Bangs, J. K. 
Halfyard's mutiny. Duncan, N. 
Halima and the scorpions. Hichens, R. S. 
Hall, James, 1793- 1868 
French village 
In Baldwin, C. S. American short stories 
Hall and he. Keats, G. 
Hall-mark. Trask, K. N. 
Hall of fantasy. Hawthorne, N. 
Hall of the missing footsteps. Huneker, 

J. G. 
Halt. Ouida 
Hamlet of Shshtchigry county. Turgenev, 

I. S. 
Hammerton type-writer. White, E. O. 
Hampshire hills. Field, E. 
Hand. Maupassant, G. dc 
Hand and heart. Gaskell, E. C. 
Hand-organ. Coppee, F. 
Hand that riles the world. Henry, O. 
Handbook of Hades. Bangs, J. K. 
Handbook of Hymen. Henry, O. 
Handful of clay. Van Dyke, H. 
Hands of justice. See Kipling, R. Smith ad- 
ministration 
Hands of the faithful. Brown, A. 
Hands of the pitiful woman. Gibbon, P. 
Hands off. Hale, E. E. 



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IXDKX TO SHORT STORIES 



Handsome is as handsome docs. Bv Ch-s 

R-de. Harte. B. 
Hanging of Talton Hall. P^ox, J., jr. 
Hangman. Kuprin, A. 
Hania. Sienkiewicz, H. 
Hank's woman. Wister, O. 
Hanrahan and Cathlccn the daughter of 

Hoolihan. Yeats, W. B. 
Hanrahan's vision. Yeats, W. B. 
Hans in luck (adapted). Scuddcr, H. E. 
Hans Pfaall. See Poc, E. A. Unparalleled 

adventure of Hans Pfaall 
Hans Pumpcrnickers vigil. Bangs, J. K. 
Hans Schmclz. Lefevre, E. 
Hans, the dreamer. Lindau, R. 

Hansel and Grctel. Grimm, W., and 
Grimm, J. 
Hapless girl. Turgcnev, I. S. 
Happiest day of his life. Osbourne, L. 
Happiest time. Cutting. M. S. 
Happiness. Andrews, M. R. S. 
Happiness. Maupassant, G. de 
Happiness of Stephen the smith. See Haw- 
kins, A. H. Heart of the Princess Osra 
Happy birthday. Alcott, L. M. 
Happy boy. Bjornson, B. 
Happy boy. Donnell, A. H. 
Happy day. Freeman, M. E. W. 
Happy island. Hale, E. E. 
Happy life. Maupassant, G. de 
Happy prince. Wilde, O. 
Happy-teeth. Wister, O. 
Happ3^ valley. Tracj-, V. 
Harben, William Nathaniel, 1858- 
And there was light 

In Ridpath librarj- of universal litera- 
ture 
Circus Dan 

In Dclin 75: 210 
Convict's return 
In Northern Georgia sketches 
Cur Lit 30: 102 
Lippinc 63: 549 
Courage of Ericson 

hi Northern Georgia sketches 
Fair exchange 

1)1 Lippinc 69: 115 
Filial impulse 
In Northern Georgia sketches 
Cent 59:363 
Filial pretense 

In Harper 107: 252 
From clue to climax 
In Lippinc 57-737 
Heresy of Abner Caliban 

In Northern Georgia sketches 
Humble abolitionist 

Jn Northern Georgia sketches 
Jim Trundle's crisis 

In Northern Georgia sketches 
Lippinc 61 :4i2 
Mountain match-maker 

In Cent 64: 413 
Mute confessor 

In Mute confessor 
North walk mystery 

In North walk mystery 
Over tile mountain 

In Era 12: 341 

Question of valor 

In Cent 66: 442 



Rural visitor 

/;; Northern Georgia sketches 
Book News 16: 523 
Sale of the Mammoth Western 

/;/ Cent 75: 74 
Sale of Uncle Rustus 

/;; Northern Georgia sketches 
Lippinc 54:403 
Sprightly heroine 

In Harp W 49: 1806 
Tender link 

In Northern Georgia sketches 
Two birds with one stone 

In Cent 70: 61 
Whipping of Uncle Henry 

In Northern Georgia sketches 
Lippinc 58:828 

Harbinger. Llenry. O. 

Harbour of refuge. Jacobs, W. W. 

Hard road to Andy Coggin's. Fernald, C. B. 

Hard to forget. Henry, O. 

Hardesty's cowardice. Comer, C. A. 

Hard-headed woman. Harris, J. C. 

Hardy, Thomas, 1840- 

Absent-mindcdness in a parish choir 
In Life's little ironies 
Harper 82: 890 
Alicia's diary 

In Changed man 
Andrey Satchel and the parson and clerk 
In Life's little ironies 
Harper 82: 700 
Anna, Lady Baxby 

In Group of noble dames 

Graphic. Christmas no. 1890 
Barbara, of the house of Grebe 
In Group of noble dames 
Graphic. Christmas no. 1890 
Changed man 
In Changed man 
Cosmopol 29: 35 
Committee-man of "the terror" 

/;; Changed man 
Distracted preacher 
In Wessex tales 
Liv Age 141 : 501 
New Quarterly M Ja-Ap 1879 
Distracted young preacher. See Hardy, T. 

Distracted preacher 
Duchess of Hamptonshire 

In Group of noble dames 
Duke's reappearance 

In Changed man 
Enter a dragoon 
hi Changed man 
Har])er 102: 25 
Fellow-townsmen 
In Wessex talcs 

New Quarterly M Jan-Ap 1880 
Few crusted characters: [Wessex folk] 
Tony Kytes, the arch-deceiver; His- 
tory of the Hardcombes; Supersti- 
tious man's story; Andrey Satchel 
and the parson and clerk; Old An- 
drey's experience as a musician; 
.Absent-mindedness in a parish choir; 
Winters and the Palmleys; Incident 
in the life of Mr. George Crookhill; 
Nett}^ Sargent's copyhold 
In Life's little ironies 

Harper 80: 587; 81: 121 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



123 



Fiddler of the reels 
In Life's little ironies 
Scrib M 13: 597 
First countess of Wesscx 
In Group of noble dames 
Harper 80: 20 
For conscience' sake 
In Life's little ironies 
Eclectic M 116: 610 
l^'ortn 55: 370 
Grave by the handpost 

In Changed man 
History of the Hardcombes 
In Life's little ironies 
Harper 82: 593 
Honorable Laura 

In Group of noble dames 
Imaginative woman 
In Wessex talcs 

Fall Mall M Ap 1894 
Incident in the life of Mr. George Crook- 
hill 
In Life's little ironies 
Harper 82: 121 
Indiscretion in the life of an heiress 
In Liv Age 139: n, 76 
New Quarterly R 1878 
Interlopers at the Knap 
In Wesscx tales 

Eng Illust My 1884 
Lady Caroline, afterwards Marchioness of 
Stonehenge 
/;; Group of noble dames 

Graphic. Christmas no. 1890 
Lady Icenway 

In Group of noble dames 

Graphic. Christmas no. 1890 
Lady Mottisfont 

In Group of noble dames 

Graphic. Christmas no. 1890 
Lady Penelope 

In Group of noble dames 
Eclectic M 114: 217 
Longman's 15: 217 
Master John Horsleigh, knight 
In Changed man 
McClure i: 136 
Melancholy hussar of the German legion 

In Life's little ironies 
Mere interlude 

In Changed man 
Netty Sargent's copyhold 
hi Life's little ironies 
Harper 81: 123 
Old Audrey's experience as a musician 
/;;, Life's little ironies 
Harper 80: 705 
On the western circuit 
In Life's little ironies 
Eng Illust 9: 275 
Romantic adventures of a milkmaid 
In Changed man 

Romantic adventures of a milkmaid 
Graphic. Summer no. 1883 
Son's veto 

In Life's little ironies 

Illust Lond News Christmas no. 1891 
Squire Patrick's lady 

In Group of noble dames 

Graphic. Christmas no. 1890 



Superstitious man's story 
In Life's little ironies 
Flarper 80:698 
Three strangers 
In Wessex tales 

Nutter, C. R. Specimens of prose 

composition 
Stories by English authors, England 
Liv Age 157: 104 
Longman's i : 569 
Manhattan t : 266 
To please his wife 
III Life's little ironies 

Black and White Je 2 1891 
Tony Kytes, the arch-deceiver 
In Life's little ironies 
Harper 80: 589 
Tradition of 1804 

In Life's little ironies 
Tragedy of two ambitions 
In Life's little ironies 
Universal R 2: 537 
Tryst at an ancient earthwork 

In Changed man 
Waiting supper 
In. Changed man 

Liv Age 176: 669, 719 
Murray 3: 42, 199 
Wessex folk. See Hardy, T. Few crusted 

characters 
What the shepherd saw 

In Changed man 
Winters and the Palmleys 

In Life's little ironies 
Withered arm 
In Wessex tales 
Blackw 143: 30 
Eclectic M no: 339 
Hare and the hedgehog. Grimm, W., and 

Grimm, J. 
Hare and the tortoise. Alcott, L. M. 
Harland, Henry (Sidney Luska, pseud.) 
1861-1905 
Bohemian girl 

In Gray roses 
Broken looking-glass 

In Gray roses 
Castles near Spain 

In Gray roses 
Confidante 

In Comedies and errors 
Cousin Rosalys 

In Comedies and errors 
De profundis 

In Two voices 
Dies irae 

In Two voices 
Flower o' the clove 

In Comedies and errors 
Flower o' the quince 

In Gray roses 
Friend of man 

In Comedies and errors 
Funeral march of a marionette 

In Mademoiselle Miss 
House of Eulalie 

In Comedies and errors 
Invisible prince 

In Comedies and errors 
Land of love. See Harland, Henry. Latin- 
quarter courtship 



124 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Harland, Henry— Confhiucd. 

Latin quarter courtship [Land of love] 

In Latin-quarter courtship 
Lippinc 40: 169 
Light sovereign 

In Mademoiselle Miss 
Lilith 

In Latin-quarter courtship 
Mademoiselle Miss 

In Mademoiselle Miss 
Mercedes 

In Gray roses 
Merel}' players 

In Comedies and errors 
Mr. Sonnenschein's inheritance 

In Latin-quarter courtship 
Mrs. Ormizon's dinner party 

In Latin-quarter courtship 
Prodigal father 

In Mademoiselle Miss 
P'tit-Bleu 

In Comedies and errors 
Queen of pleasure 

In Comedies and errors 
Re-incarnation 

In Gray roses 
Responsibility 

In Gray roses 
Reward of virtue 

In Gray roses 
Rooms 

In Comedies and errors 
Rosemary for remembrance 

In Comedies and errors 
Sleeveless errand 

In Mademoiselle Miss 
Tirala-tirala 

In Comedies and errors 
When I am king 

In Gray roses 
Harlem tragedy. Henry, O. 
"Harnt" that walks Chilhowee. Craddock, 

C. E. 
Haroun the caliph. Mitchell, S. W. 
Harp unstrung. Harrison, C. C. 
Harping of Cravctheen. Sharp, W. 

Harraden, Beatrice, 1864- 

About the umbrella-mender; a study 
In In varying moods 
Umbrella mender 
Blackw 146: 122 
Eclectic M 113: 270 
At the green dragon; an episode 
In In varying moods 
Blackw 154: 159 
Liv Age 198: 781 
Bach concerto in D minor 

In Scrib M 53 : 580 
Bird of passage. See Harraden, B. Bird 

on its journey 
Bird on its journey 
In In varying moods 

Stories bv l-'uLdish authors, Germany 
Pilackw ms: 469 
Eclectic M 122: 688 
Liv Age 201 : 306 
Bravest of the vikings 

In Untold talcs of the past 
Clockmaker and his wife 
In In varying moods 



Eve of Caesar's triumph 

In Untold tales of the past 
Garland of wild olive 

/;; Untold tales of the past 
Gift of fulfilment; an allegory 

In Blackw 165: 283 
Goldsmith's apprentice 

In Untold tales of the past 
How Livia won the brooch 

In Untold tales of the past 
How ]\Taster Caxton showed temper 

In Untold tales of the past 
How Phidias helped the image-maker 

In Untold tales of the past 
Idyl of London 

In In varying moods 

Stories by English authors. London 
Eng lUust 11: 289 
Joan of Arc and little Pierre 

In Untold tales of the past 
Little Rosebud 

In Little Rosebud 
Painter and his picture 

In In varying moods 
Sorrow and joj^ 

In In varying moods 
Sunbeam of the tower 

/;; Untold tales of the past 
True Spartan heart 

In Untold tales of the past 
Umbrella-mender. See Harraden, B. About 

the umbrella-mender 
Vestal virgins 

In Untold tales of the past 
What was his motive? 

In Belgravia 70: 177 
William of Wykeham's workman 

In Untold tales of the past 

Harriman, Karl Edwin, 1875- 
Case of Catherwood 

In Ann Arbor tales 
Champions 

In Ann Arbor talcs 
Day of the game 

In Ann Arbor talcs 
Door: a nocturne 

In Ann Arbor tales 
Kidnapping 

In Ann Arbor tales 
Making of a man 

In Ann Arbor talcs 
Modern Mercury 

In Ann Arbor tales 
Old professor 

In Ann Arbor talcs 

Harris, Joel Chandler (Uncle Remus, 
pseud.) 1S48-1908 
According to how the drop falls 

In Uncle Remus and liis friends 
Adventures of Simon and Susanna 

In Daddy Jake 
African Jack 

In NigiUs with Uncle Remus 
Cent 26: 61 1 
Ambuscade 

1)1 Talcs of llic home folks 
Ananias 

In Balaam and his master 
Harper 76: 699 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



125 



As a murderer . 

In Uncle Remus, his songs and his 
sayings 
As a weather prophet . 

In Uncle Remus, his songs and his 
sayings 
As to education 

In Uncle Remus, his songs and his 
sayings 
At Teague Potect's: a sketch of the Hog 
mountain range 
/;/ Mingo 

Cent 26: 137. 185 
Aunt Fountain's prisoner 
In Free Joe 

Stories of the South (Stories from 

Scribner) 
Scrib M i: 280 
Aunt Tempy's story 

In Nights with Uncle Remus 
Awful fate of Mr. Wolf 
In Uncle Remus, his songs and his 
sayings 
Azalia 

In Free Joe 

Cent 34:541. 71^. 8^1 
Baby in the siege 

In Talcs of the home folks 
Scrib M 19: 490 
Baby's Christmas 

In Tales of the home folks 
Cent 47:284 
Baby's fortune 

In Tales of the home folks 
Scrib M 20: 613 
Balaam and his master 
In Balaam and his master 
Cent 41 : 557 
Bascom place. Sec Harris. J. C. Old Bas- 

com place 
Belle of St. Valerien 

In Talcs of the home folks 
Atlan 69: 338 
Bewitched huntsman 

In Little Mr. Thimblefinger, ch 15 
Bishop and the boogerman 

In Bishop and the boogerman 
Blue Dave 

In Mingo 
Blue hen's chicken 

In Mr. Rabbit at home 
Bold deserter 

In Tales of the home folks 
Eng Illust 15: 243 
Brother Bear and the honey orchard 

In Uncle Remus and his friends 
Brother Billy Goat eats his dinner 

In Uncle Remus and his friends 
Brother Deer an' King Sun's daughter 

/;; Told by Uncle Remus 
Brother Fox and the white muscadines 

In Nights with Uncle Remus 
Brother Fox, Brother Rabbit, and King 
Deer's daughter 
In Nights with Uncle Remus 
Brother Fox catches Mr. Horse 
/;; Nights with Uncle Remus 
Brother Fox covets the quills 

In Nights with Uncle Remus 
Brother Fox follows the fashion 
In Told by Uncle Remus 



Brother Fox makes a narrow escape 

In Nights with Uncle Remus 
Brother Fox says grace 

In Nights with Uncle Remus 
Cent 26: 615 
Brother Fox "smells smoke" 

In Uncle Remus and his friends 
Brother Fox still in trouble 

In Uncle Remus and his friends 
Brother Fox's fish-trap 

In Nights with Uncle Remus 
Brother Lion has a spell of sickness 

In Mr. Rabbit at home 
Brother Mud Turtle's trickery 

In Uncle Remus and his friends 
Brother Possum gets in trouble 
In Nights with Uncle Remus 
Cent 26: 775 
Brother Rabbit and Brother Bull-frog 

In Told by Uncle Remus 
Brother Rabbit and his famous foot 
In Nights with Uncle Remus 
Cent 26:619 
Brother Rabbit and Miss Nancy 

In Told bv Uncle Remus 
Brother Rabbit and Mr. Wildcat 
In Nights with Uncle Remus 
Brother Rabbit and the chickens 

In Told by Uncle Remus 
Brother Rabbit and the ginger-cake 

/;; Daddy Jake 
Brother Rabbit and the gizzard eater 

In Told bv Uncle Remus 
Brother Rabbit and the little girl 

1)1 Nights with Uncle Remus 
Brother Rabbit and the mosquitoes 

In Nights with Uncle Remus 
Brother Rabbit breaks up a party 

In Nights with Uncle Remus 
Brother Rabbit conquers Brother Lion 

In Uncle Remus and his friends 
Brother Rabbit frightens Brother Tiger 

In Uncle Remus and his friends 
Brother Rabbit gets Brother Fox's dinner 

In Nights with Uncle Remus 
Brother Rabbit gets the provisions 

In Nights with Uncle Remus 
Brother Rabbit has fun at the ferry 

In Uncle Remus and his friends 
Brother Rabbit lays in his beef supply 

In Nights with Uncle Remus 
Brother Rabbit outdoes Mr. Man 
• In Nights with Uncle Remus 
Brother Rabbit pretends to be poisoned 

In Nights with Uncle Remus 
Brother Rabbit rescues Brother Terrapin 

In Nights with Uncle Remus 
Brother Rabbit secures a mansion 

In Nights with Uncle Remus 
Brother Rabbit submits to a test 
In Nights with Uncle Remus 
Cent 26: 780 
Brother Rabbit takes a walk 

In Nights with Uncle Remus 
Brother Rabbit takes some exercise 
In Nights with Uncle Remus 
Cent 26: 342 
Brother Rabbit ties Mr. Lion 

In Nights with Uncle Remus 
Brother Rabbit's astonishing prank 
In Nights with Uncle Remus 



126 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Harris, Joel Chandler —Continued. 
Brother Rabbit's courtship 

In Daddy Jake 
Brother Rabbit's cradle 

In Told by Uncle Kenuis 
Brother Rabbit's laughing-place 

In Told by Uncle Remus 
Brother Rabbit's love-charm 
In Nights with Uncle Remus 
Cent 26: 778 
Brother Rabbit's money mint 

/;/ Uncle Remus and his friends 
Brother Rabbit's riddle 

In Nights with Uncle Remus 
Brother Terrapin deceives Brother Buz- 
zard 
In Nights with Uncle Remus 
Brother Terrapin's fiddle-string 

In Little Mr. Thimblefinger ch 8 
Brother Wolf and the horned cattle 

In Nights with Uncle Remus 
Brother Wolf falls a victim 

In Nights with Uncle Remus 
Brother Wolf gets in a warm place 

In Nights with Uncle Remus 
Brother Wolf still in trouble 

In Nights with Uncle Remus 
Brother Wolf's two big dinners 

In Mr. Rabbit at home 
Buster John alarms Mr. Rabbit 

In Mr. Rabbit at home 
Butting-cow and the hitting stick 

In Mr. Rabbit at home 
Called to account by the preacher 
In Uncle Remus and his friends 
Case of Mary Ellen 

In Chronicles of Aunt Minervy Ann 
Case of measles 

In Uncle Remus, his songs and his say- 
ings 
Case of the grippe 

In Uncle Remus and his friends 
Cause of the difficulty 

In Tales of the home folks 
Child of Christmas 

In Making of a statesman 
Colonel's "nigger dog" 

In Scrib M 18:722 
Comedy of the war 
In Tales of the home folks 
McClurc 1 : 69 
Confession 
In Uncle Remus, his songs and his say- 
ings 
Conscript's Christmas 

In ]5alaani and his master 
Cent 41 : 284 
Cow with the golden horns 

In Mr. Rabbit at home 
Creature with no claws 

In Daddy Jake 
Cunning snake 

In Nights with Uncle Ivcnnis 
"Cutta Cord-la" 

In Nights with Uncle Remus 
Daddy lake, the runaway 

In Daddy Jake 
Death and the negro man 

//( I'nrlr Kmius and his friends 



Deceitful jug 
In Uncle Remus, his songs and his say- 
ings 
Dream and a story 

In Nights with Uncle Remus 
Critic i: 347 
Emigrants 

1)1 Uncle Remus, his songs and his say- 
ings 
End of Mr. Bear 

In Uncle Remus, liis songs and his say- 
ings 
Evening with the Ku-Klux 

In Chronicles of Aunt Minervy .\nn 
Experience of William Henry as a farmer 

In Uncle Remus and his friends 
Fate of Mr. Jack Sparrow 

In Uncle Remus, his songs and his say- 
ings 
Fate of the diddy pawn 

/;; Mr. Rabbit at home 
Fire-test 

In Nights with Uncle Remus 
Flingin' Jim and his fool-killer 
In Making of a statesman 
Cosmopol 30: 356 
Florida watermelon 

In Uncle Remus, his songs and his saj-- 
ings 
Fool for luck 

In Uncle Remus and his friends 
Foolish woman 

In Daddy Jake 
Fourth of July 

In Uncle Remus, his songs and his say- 
ings 
Free Joe 
In Free Joe 
Cent 29: 117 
Georgia watermelon 

In Uncle Remus and his friends 
Ghost story 
In Nights with Uncle Remus 
Cent 26: 618 
Grandmother and the dolls 

/;/ Little Mr. Thimblefinger ch i 
Hard-headed woman 

In Told by Uncle Remus 
"Heyo, House!" 

In Uncle Remus and his friends 
His practical view of things 

In Uncle Remus, his songs and his say- 
ings 
How a king was found 

In Mr. Rabbit at home 
How a witch was caught 

In Daddy Jake 
How Aunt Minerv}- Ann ran away and 
back again 
//( Chronicles of Aunt Minervy Ann 
How I'lack Snake caught the wolf 

In Daddy Jake 
How Brother Bear's hair was combed 

/;/ Little Mr. Thimblelinger ch 11 
How Brother Fox failed to get his grapes 
/;/ Nights with Uncle Remus 

Tappan, E. M. Children's Hour 

I : 4S0 
Critic I : 45 
liow Brother l""ox was too smart 
In Nights with Uncle Remus 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



127 



How Brother Lion lost his wool 

In Mr. Rabbit at home 
How Brother Rabbit frightened his neigh- 
bors 
In Nights with Uncle Remus 
Cent 26: 345 
How Brother Rabbit got the meat 
In Nights with Uncle Remus 
Cent 26:348 
How Mr. Rabbit lost his fine bushy tail 
In Uncle Remus, his songs and his say- 
ings 
How Mr. Rabbit saved his meat 

1)1 Uncle Remus, his songs and his say- 
ings 
Hov/ Mr. Rabbit succeeded in raising a 
dust 
In Uncle Remus, his songs and his say- 
ings 
How Mr. Rabbit was too sharp for Mr. 
Fox 
In Uncle Remus, his songs and his say- 
ings 
How Mr. Rooster lost his dinner 

In Nights with Uncle Remus 
How old Craney-Crow lost his head 

In Told by Uncle Remus 
How she and Major Perdue frailed out 
the Gossett boys 
In Chronicles of Aunt Minervy Ann 
How she joined the Georgia legislature 

In Chronicles of Aunt Minervy Ann 
How she went into business 

In Chronicles of Aunt Minervy Ann 
How the bear nursed the little alligator 

In Nights with Uncle Remus 
How the birds talk 

In Daddy Jake 
How the king recruited his army 
In Uncle Remus and his friends 
How the terrapin was taught to fly 

In Daddy Jake 
How Wattle Weasel was caught 

In Nights with Uncle Remus 
How Whalebone caused a wedding 
In Tales of the home folks 
Scrib M 16:606 
How Wiley Wolf rode in the bag 

In Told by Uncle Remus 
In some lady's garden 
In Nights with Unce Remus 
Cent 26: 772 
In the order of Providence 

In On the wings of occasion 
In the role of a tartar 

In Uncle Remus, his songs and his say- 
ings 
Intimidation of a colored voter 

In Unle Remus and his friends 
"Jacky-my-lantern" 

In Uncle Remus, his songs and his say- 
ings 
Jeems Rober'son's last illness 

In Uncle Remus, his songs and his say- 
ings 
Jumping-ofif place 

In Mr. Rabbit at home 
Keen-point, Cob-handle, and Butch 

In Little Mr. Thimblefinger ch 17, 18 
Kidnapping of President Lincoln 
In On the wings of occasion 



King of the clinkers 

In Mr. Rabbit at home 
King that talked biggity 

In Uncle Remus and his friends 
Ladder of lions 

In Little Mr. Thimblefinger ch 7 
Late Mr. Watkins of Georgia 

In Tales of the home folks 
Lippinc 53:. 422 
Little boy and his dogs 

In Daddy Jake 
Little boy of the lantern 

In Mr. Rabbit at home 
Little Compton 

In Free Joe 
Cent 33:839 
Little Mr. Cricket and the other creatures 

In Told by Uncle Remus 
Little Union scout 

In Little Union scout 
Lucky conjurer 

In Mr. Rabbit at home 
Magic ring 

In Mr. Rabbit at home 
Making of a stateman 

/« Making of a statesman 
Major Perdue's bargain 

In Chronicles of Aunt Minervy Ann 
Patten, W. International short 
stories v i 
Man and his boots 

In Uncle Remus and his friends 
Man and the wild cattle 

In Uncle Remus and his friends 
Mingo; a sketch of life in Middle Georgia 

In Mingo 
Miss Cow falls a victim to Mr. Rabbit 

In Uncle Remus, his songs and his say- 
ings 
Miss Irene 

In Scrib M 27: 216 
Miss Puss's Christmas 

In Making of a statesman 
Miss Sally and the tree man 

In Uncle Remus and his friends 
Mr. Bear catches old Mr. Bull-Frog 

In Uncle Remus, his songs and his say- 
ings 
Mr. Benjamin Ram and his wonderful 
fiddle 

In Nights with Uncle Remus 
Mr. Benjamin Ram defends himself 

In Nights with Uncle Remus 
Mr. Fox and Miss Goose 

In Nights with Uncle Remus 
Mr. Fox and the deceitful frogs 

In Uncle Remus, his songs and his say- 
ings 
Mr. Fox figures as an incendiary 

In Nights with Uncle Remus 
Critic i: 104 
Mr. Fox gets into serious business 

In Uncle Remus, his songs and his say- 
ings 
Mr. Fox goes a-hunting, but Mr. Rabbit 
bags the game 

In Uncle Remus, his songs and his say- 
ings 
Mr. Fox is again victimized 

In Uncle Remus, his songs and his say- 
ings 



128 



IXDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Harris, Joel Chandler —Continued. 

Mr. Fox is "out clone" by Mr. Buzzard 
In Uncle Remus, his songs and his saj'- 
ings 
Mr. Hawk and Brother Buzzard 

In Nii^^Iits with Uncle Remus 
IMr. Hawk and Brother Rabbit 
In Nights with Uncle Remus 
Mr. Lion hunts Mr. M-an 

In Nights witli Uncle Remus 
Mr. Lion's sad predicament 

In Nights with Uncle Remus 
Mr. Man has some meat 
/;; Nights with Uncle Remus 
Cent 26: 346 
Mr. Rabbit and Mr. Bear 

In Uncle Remus, his songs and his sa}^- 
ings 
Mr. Rabbit as a rain-maker 

In Little Mr. Thimblefinger, ch 10 
Mr. Rabbit finds his match at last 

In Uncle Remus, his songs and his say- 
ings 
Mr. Rabbit grossly deceives Mr. Fox 
In L^ncle Remus, his songs and his say- 
ings 
Mr. Rabbit meets his match again 

In Uncle Remus, his songs and his say- 
ings 
Mr. Rabbit nibbles up the butter 

In Uncle Remus, his songs and his say- 
ings 
Mr. Terrapin appears upon the scene 
In Uncle Remus, his songs and his say- 
ings 
Mr. Terrapin shows his strength 

In Uncle Remus, his songs and his say- 
ings 
Mr. Thimblefinger's friends 

In Little Mr. Thimblefinger 
Mr. Wolf makes a failure 

In Uncle Remus, his songs and his sa}-- 
ings 
Mr. Wolf tackles old man Tarrypin 
In Uncle Remus, his songs and his say- 
ings 
Mrs. Partridge has a fit 

In Uncle Remus and liis friends 
Mom Bi 

In Balaam and Iiis master 
Moon in the mill-])ond 

In Nights with Uncle Remus 
Cent 26; 340 
More trouble for Brother Wolf 
In Nights with Uncle Remus 
Mountain of gold 

In Mr. Rabbit at home 
Old Bascom place 

In Balaam and his master 
Cent 38: 607. 909 
Old P.rother Tcrra])in gets some lish 

In Nights with L'ncle Remus 
Old-fashioned fuss 

In Mr. Rabbit at home 
Old Grinny-Granny Wolf 

In Nights with Uncle Remus 
Old man's troubles 

In Uncle Remus, iiis songs and his sav- 
ings 



Old Mr. Rabbit, he's a good fisherman 
/" Uncle Remus, his sonijs and his say- 
ings 
Origin of the ocean 

In Nights with Uncle Remus 
Phonograph 

In Uncle Remus, his songs and his say- 
ings 
Piece of land 

In Mingo 
Plantation printer; the adventures of a 
Georgia boy during the war 
In Plantation printer 
Plantation witch 
In Uncle Remus, his songs and his say- 
ings 
Preaching that is preaching, and L'ncle 
Remus's comments on it 
1)1 Uncle Remus and his friends 
Pumpkin-eater 

/" Little Mr. Thimblefinecr ch 4 
Queer experience with the phonograph 

In Uncle Remus and his friends 
Rabbit and the moon 

In Mr. Rabbit at home 
Race improvement 
In Uncle Remus, his songs and his say- 
ings 
Rainy day with Uncle Remus 

In Scrib M 22: 241 
Rattlesnake and the polecat 

In Daddy Jake 
Reason why 

In Told by Uncle Remus 
Rosalie 

In Cent 62: 916 
Run of luck 

In Tales of the home folks 
Scrib M 22:682 
Sad fate of Mr. Fox 

In Uncle Remus, his songs and his sav- 
ings 
Shadow between his shoulder-blades 

In Shadow between his shoulder-blades 
Shoemaker who made but one shoe 

In Mr. Rabbit at home 
Simon and Susanna. Sec Harris, J. C. 

Adventures of Simon and Susanna 
Singing-match 

In Little J\lr. Thimblefinger, ch T2 
Snow-white goat and the coal-black sheep 

In Mr. Rabbit at home 
Some advice to a colored brother 
In Uncle Remus and his friends 
Spirits seen and unseen 

In Nights with Uncle Remus 
Story about the little rabbits 

In Uncle Remus, his songs and liis say- 
ings 
Story of a iilind horse 

In Uncle Remus and liis friends 
Story of Aaron 

In Story of Aaron 
Story of the deluge, and how it came 
about 
In Uncle Remus, his songs and his say- 
ings 
Story of tile pigs 

In Nights witli L'ncle Remus 

T:ip]ian. \\. .M. Ciiiidren's hour !: 
474 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



129 



Story of the river 

/); Little Mr. Thiinbletinger ch 19 
Strawberry girl 

In Little Mr. Thimblefinger ch 13 
Strongest — who? or which? 

In Little Mr. Thimblefinger ch 3 
Talking saddle • 

/;; Little Mr. Thimblefinger ch 5 
Talking-saddle and the thief 

/;; Little Mr. Thimblefinger ch 6 
Tar-baby. See Harris, J. C. Wonderful 

tar-baby story 
Teague Poteet's. See Harris, J. C. At 

Teague Poteet's. 
Temperance reformer 

In Uncle Remus, his songs and his say- 
ings 
Terrible horse 

In Mr. Rabbit at home 
Three ivory bobbins 

In Little Mr. Thimblefinger, ch 16 
Trouble on Lost Mountain 

In Free Joe 
Cent 31:425. 
Troubles of Martin Coy 

In On the wings of occasion 
Turnip salad as a text 

In Uncle Remus, his songs and his say- 
ings 
Uncle Rain and Brother Drought 

In Mr. Rabbit at home 
Uncle Remus and the comet 

In Uncle Remus and his friends 
Uncle Remus and the Savannah darkey 

In Uncle Remus, his songs and his say- 
ings 
Uncle Remus at the telephone 

In Uncle Remus and his friends 
Uncle Remus imitates the little bo}^ 

In Uncle Remus, his songs and his say- 
ings 
Uncle Remus in limbo 

In Uncle Remus and his friends 
Uncle Remus on an electric car 

In Uncle Remus and his friends 
Uncle Remus preaches to a convert 

In Uncle Remus, his songs and his say- 
ings 
Uncle Remus receives a valentine 

In Uncle Remus and his friends 
Uncle Remus thinks he finds a snake 

In Uncle Remus and his friends 
Uncle Remus with the toothache 

In Uncle Remus, his songs and his say- 
ings 
Uncle Remus's church experience 

In Uncle Remus, his songs and his say- 
ings 
Uncle Remus's experience with "ha'nts" 

In Uncle Remus and his friends 
Uncle Remus's grandson gets into serious 
trouble 

In Uncle Remus and his friends 
Uncle Remus's ideas of conjuring 

In Uncle Remus and his friends 
Uncle Remus's wonder story 

In Daddy Jake 
Views on the African exodus 

In Uncle Remus and his friends 
When Brother Rabbit was king 

In Told by Uncle Remus 



When Jess went a fiddlin' 

In Chronicles of Aunt Mincrvy Ann 
Where the harrycane comes from 

In Uncle Remus and his friends 
Where the thunder lives 

In Mr. Rabbit at home 
Where's Duncan 

In Balaam and his master 
Whims of Captain McCarthy 

In On the wings of occasion 
Why Brother Bear has no tail 

In Nights with Uncle Remus 

Tappan, E. M. Children's hour 

1:487 
Cent 26: 343 
Why Brother Bull growls and grumbles 

In Uncle Remus and his friends 
Why Brother Fox's legs are black 

In Uncle Remus and his friends 
Why Brother Wolf didn't eat the little 
rabbits 

In Uncle Remus and his friends 
Why Mr. Billy-Goat's tail is short 

In Little Mr. Thimblefintrer ch 4 
Why Mr. Cricket has elbows on his legs 

In Told by Uncle Remus 
Why Mr. Dog is tame 

In Told by Uncle Remus 
Why Mr. Dog runs Brother Rabbit 

In Nights with Uncle Remus 
Why Mr. Possum has no hair on his tail 

In Uncle Remus, his songs and his say- 
ings 
Why Mr. Possum loves peace 

In Uncle Remus, his songs and his say- 
ings 
Why the alligator's back is rough 

In Nights with Uncle Remus 
Cent 26: 614 
Why the bear is a wrestler 

In Mr. Rabbit at home 
Why the Confederacy failed 

In On the wings of occasion 
Why the hawk catches chickens 

In Uncle Remus and his friends 
Why the guinea fowls are speckled 

In Nights with Uncle Remus 
Cent 26: 777 
Why the guineas stay awake 

In Daddy Jake 
Why the moon's face is smutty 

In Uncle Remus and his friends 
Why the negro is black 

In Uncle Remus, his songs and his say- 
ings 
Why the turkey-buzzard is bald-headed 

In Told by Uncle Remus 
William Henry at school 

In Uncle Remus and his friends 
Wise bird and the foolish bird 

In Nights with Uncle Remus 
Witch of the well 

In Little Mr. Thimblefinger ch 14 
Wonderful tar-baby story 

In Uncle Remus, his songs and his say- 
ings 
Woog and the weeze 

In Mr. Rabbit at home 



I30 



IXDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Harris, Miriam (Coles) (Mrs. S. S. Harris) 

1834- 
In the interests of Cliristopher 
/;; Howells. W. D.. and Alden, H. M. 
Quaint courtships 
Harrison, Constance (Cary) (Mrs. Burton 
Harrison) 1S46- 
At a winter housc-partj- 

In Merrj'- maid of Arcady 
Author's readinsj: and its consequences 
In Carcellini emerald 
Harper 97: 729 
Carcellini emerald 

In Carcellini emerald 
Cherrycotc 

In Edelweiss of the Sierras 
Crow's nest 
In Belhaven tales 
Cent 30: 725 
Daughter of the South 
/;; Daughter of the South 
Cosmopol 12: 161 
Edelweiss of the Sierras 
In Edelweiss of the Sierras 
Harper 65: 116 
Girl of the period 

In Carcellini emerald 
Golden-rod: an idyl of Mount Desert 
In Edelweiss of the .Sierras 
Golden-rod 
Harp unstrung 

In Daughter of the South 
His lordship 

In Merry maid of Arcady 
House built upon sand 
In Edelweiss of the Sierras 
Harper 70: 542 
Jenny, the debutante 

In Daughter of the South 
Leander of Betsy's pride 

In Carcellini emerald 
Leaves from the diary of Ruth March- 
mont, spinster 
In Merry maid of Arcady 
Merry maid of Arcady 
In Merry maid of Arcady 
Harper 90: 378 
Mr. Clendcnning Piper 

In Daughter of the South 
Monsieur Alcibiade 

In Cent 43: 601 
Mount Desert. See Harrison, C. C. 

Golden-rod 
On a hill-top 

/;; Edelweiss of the Sierras 
On Frenchman's Bay 
In Virginia cousin 
Cosmopol 18: 189 
Out of season 

/;; Virginia cousin 
Peggy's possum hunt 

In St N 39:244 
Secret of Don Juan 

In Merry maid of Arcady 
Shattered violin 

In Edelweiss of the Sierras 
Sierras. Sec Harrison. C. C. Edelweiss 

of the Sierras 
Stolen Stradivarius 
In Carcellini emerald 



Stranger within thy gate 

In Merry maid of Arcady 
Suit decided 

In Daughter of the South 
Thirteen at table 

In Merry maid of Arcady 
Thorn in his cushion 

In Daughter of the South 
Three Misses Benedict at Yale 

In Carcellini emerald 
Una and King David 

In Belhaven tales 
Under the convent wall 

In Edelweiss of the Sierras 
Unwelcome Mrs. Hatch 

In Unwelcome Mrs. Hatch 
Virginia cousin 

In Virginia cousin 
Wanted: a chaperon 

In Carcellini emerald 
Wife's love 

In Daughter of the South 
Winwood's luck 

In Lippinc 68:336 
Worrosquoyacke 

In Merry maid of Arcady 
Harry and Lucy. Edgeworth, M. 
Harry and IMaude and I — also James 

Bangs, J. K. 
Harry Lossing. Thanet, O. 
Harry of England. Alagruder, J. 
Harry's inheritance. Allen, G. 
Harsh word. Connolly, J. B. 
Harshaw bride. Foote. M. H. 
Harte, [Francis] Bret, 1839- 1902 
Adventure of Padre Viccntio 

In Writings v i 
Adventures of John Longbowe, yoeman 
In Writings v 18 

Condensed novels 
Cosmopol 32: 153 
Ali Baba of the Sierras 
In Writings v 17 

Openings in the old trail 
Ancestors of Peter Atherly 
In Writings v 16 

Ancestors of Peter .-Vtherly 
Tales of trail and town 
Apostle of the Tules 
In Writings v 4 

By shore and sedge 
Longman's 6; 67 
Argonauts of North Liberty 

In Writings v 11 
At the mission of San Carmel 
In Writings v 3 
Frontier stories 
On the frontier 
Baby Sylvester 
In Writings v 2 

Tales of the .\rgonauts 
Barker's luck 

In Writings v 10 
Barker's luck 
Belle of Canaila city 
In Writings v 18 

From sand hill to pine 
Bell-ringer of Angels 
In Writings v 8 

Bell-ringer of Angels 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



131 



Blue grass Penelope 
In Writings v 4 
Frontier stories 
On the frontier 
Longman's 4: 265, 522 
Boom in the "Calaveras Clarion" 
In Writings v 16 

Ancestors of Peter Atherly 
Mr. Jack Hamlin's mediation 
Boonder 

In Writings v 14 

Luck of Roaring Camp 
Brown of Calaveras 
1)1 Writings v I 
Overland 4: 284 
Buckeye Hollow inheritance 
In Writings v 18 

Openings in the old trail 

Bulger's reputation 

In Writings v 10 

Barker's luck 

Captain Jim's friend 

In Writings \' 5 

Heritage of Dedlow Marsh 
Chatelaine of Burnt Ridge 
In Writings v 7 

Sappho of Green Springs 
Christmas gift that came to Rupert 
In Writings v i 

Mrs. Skagg's husbands 
Chu Chu 

In Writings v 10 

Bell-ringer of Angels 
Clarence 

In Writings v 9 
Colonel Starbottle for the plaintiff 
In Writings v 17 

Openings in the old trail 
Harper 102: 564 
Colonel Starbottle's client 
In Writings v 7 

Colonel Starbottle's client 
Conspiracy of Mrs. Bunker 
/;; Writings v 8 
Sally Dows 
Idler i: 93, 206, 314 
Convalescence of Jack Hamlin 
In Writings v 19 
Trent's trust 
Convert of the mission 
In Writings v 10 
Barker's luck 
Cressy 

In Writings v 7 

Macmillan 58: 292, 401; 59: i, 81 
Dan'l Borem. By F. N-s W-t-t 
In Writings v 18 

Condensed novels 
Desborough connections 
In Writings v 16 

Ancestors of Peter Atherly 
Stories in light and shadow 
Devil and the broker 

In Writings v i 
Devil's food 

In Writings v 4 
Devotion of Enriquez 
In Writings v 10 
Barker's luck 
Cent 51: 37 



Dick Boyle's business card 
In Writings v 19 
Trent's trust 
Dick Spindlcr's family Christmas 
In Writings v 15 

Mr. Jack Hamlin's mediation 
Drift from Redwood camp 
In Writings v s 
Scrib M 2:651 
Dweller of the threshold. By Sir Ed-d 
L-tt-n B-lw-r 
In Writings v i 
Episode of Fiddletown 
In Writings v 2 

Tales of the Argonauts 
Scrib o s 6:433, 576, 696 
Episode of West Woodlands 
In Writings v 10 

Protegee of Jack Hamlin's 
Esmeralda of Rocky Canon 
hi Writings v 16 

Ancestors of Peter Atherly 
Mr. Jack Hamlin's mediation 
Harper 98: 14 
P'antine. After the French of Victor Hugo 
In Writings v 1 

Condensed novels 
"La femme." After the French of M. 
Michelet 
In Writings v i 
First family of Tasajara 
In Writings v 8 

Macmillan 64: 241, 401; 65: i, 81 
Five o'clock in the morning 
In Drift from two shores 
Flip: a California romance 
In Writings v 3 
Frontier stories 
Fool of Five P'orks 
In Writings v 2 

Luck of Roaring Camp 
Tales of the Argonauts 
For simla reasons. See Hartc, B. Stories 

three 
Found at Blazing Star 
In Writings v 3 
Frontier stories 
Belgravia 47: 46, 172 
Four guardians of Lagrange 

In Writings v 17 

Ghost of the Sierras 

In Writings v 2 

Drift from two shores 
Ghosts of Stukeley castle 
In Writings v 11 

Colonel Starbottle's client 
Goddess of Excelsior 
/;{ Writings v 18 

Openings in the old trail 
Golly and the Christian; or, The minx 
and the Manxman. By H-11 C-ne 
In Writings v 18 

Condensed novels 
Cosmopol 31: 644 
Great Deadwood mystery 
In Writings v 3 

Twins of Table Mountain 
Scrib o s 17: 1/7 



132 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Harte, Bret —Coutiuucd. 

Guy Hcavystone; or "Entire," a muscular 
novel. By the author of "Sword and 
gun" 
lit Writing's v i 
Handsome is as handsome docs. By Ch-s 
R-de 
In Writings v ] 

Condensed novels 
Haunted man. By Ch-r-s D-ck-ns 
In Writings v i 

Condensed novels 
Heir of the McHulishes 
In Writings v ii 

Protegee of Jack Hamlin's 
Cent 46: 763, 921 
Heiress of Red Dog 
In Writings v 2 

Twins of Table Mountain 
Belgravia 37: 321 
Heritage of Dedlow Marsh 
In Writings v 5 

Heritage of Dedlow Alarsh 
High-water mark 
In Writings v i 

Luck of Roaring camp 
Home-coming of Jim Wilkes 
In Writings v 10 

Protegee of Jack Hamlin's 
Hoodlum band: or, The boy chief, the in- 
fant politician, and the pirate prodigy 
In Writings v i 

Condensed novels 
Drift from two shores 
Godey 96: 33 
Temple Bar 52: 87 
How I went to the mines 

In Writings v 18 
How old man Plunkett went home 
[Monte Flat pastoral] 
In Writings v 2 

Tales of the Argonauts 
Scrib o s 7:343 
How Reuben Allen "saw life" in San Fran- 
cisco 
In Writings v 18 

Under the Redwoods 
How Santa Clans came to Simpson's bar 
In Writings v 2 

Luck of Roaring camp 
Mrs. Skagg's husbands 
Atlan 29: 349 
Idyl of Red Gulch 
hi Writings v i 

Luck of Roaring camp 
Overland 3: 569 
Iliad of Sandy Bar 
In Writings v 2 

Mrs. Skagg's husbands 
Overland 5: 479 
In a hollow of the hills 

In Writings v 10 
In a pioneer restaurant 
In Writings v 7 

Colonel Starbottle's client 
In the Carquinez wood 
In Writings v 4 
Frontier stories 
Longman's 2: 315, 535 



In the Tules 

1)1 Writings v 10 
Barker's luck 
In the tunnel 

In Overland 2: 284 

Indiscretion of Elsbeth 

/;( Writings v 11 

^ Barker's luck 

Ingenue of the Sierras 

In Writings v 9 

Protegee of Jack Hamlin's 
Idler 3: 361 
McClure 3: 150 
Jack and Jill of the Sierras 
In Writings v 18 

From sand hill to pine 
McClure 15: 219 
Jeff Brigg's love story 

In Writings v 3 

Jersey centenarian 

In Writings v 11 

Tales of the Argonauts 
Jimmy's big brother from California 
In Writings v 17 

Under the Redwoods 
Jinny 

In Writings v 2 

Drift from two shores 
John Jenkins; or, The smoker reformed 
By T. S. A-th-r 
In Writings v i 

Condensed novels 
John Parmenter's protegee 
In New Eng M n s 5: 792 
Johnnyboy 

In Writings v 14 

Bell-ringer of Angels 
Idler 5:563 
Johnson's old woman 
In Writings v 7 

Colonel Starbottle's client 
Judgment of Bolinas 
In Writings v 15 

Tales of trail and town 
Jungle folk. See Harte, B. Stories three 
Knight-errant of the foot-hills 
In Writings v 5 

Heritage of Dedlow Marsh 
Landlord of the Big Flume hotel 
In Writings v 17 

Openings in the old trail 
Lanty Foster's mistake 
In Writings v 17 

Openings in the old trail 
New Eng M n s 25:413 
Overland n s 38: 399 
Left out on Lonestar mountain 
In Writings v 4 
Frontier stories 
On the frontier 
Longman's 3:259 
Legend of Devil's Point 

In Writings v I 
Legend of Monte del Diablo 

In Writings v i 
Legend of Sammstadt 
In Writings v 11 

Twins of Table Mountain 



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133 



Liberty Jones's discovery 
In Writings v 15 

Mr. Jack Hamlin's mediation 
Lonely ride 

In Writings v i 

Luck of Roaring Camp 
Lothaw; or, The adventures of a young 
gentleman in search of a religion. By 
Mr. Benjamins 
In Writings v i 

Condensed novels 
Luck of Roaring Camp 
In Writings v i 

Luck of Roaring camp 
'New Eclectic 4'- 322 
Overland i: 183 
Overland n s 40: 254 
Maecenas of the Pacific slope 
In Writings v 7 

Sappho of Green Springs 
Man and the mountain 
In Writings v 16 

Ancestors of Peter Atherly 
Stories in light and shadow 
Man at the semaphore 

In Writings v 16 . , . 

Ancestors of Peter Atherly 
Mr. Jack Hamlin's mediation 
Man from Solano 
In Writings v 2 

Drift from two shores 
Man of no account 
In Writings v i 

Luck of Roaring camp 
Man on the beach 
In Writings v 2 

Drift from two shores 
Man whose yoke was not easy 
In Writings v 11 

Drift from two shores 
Maruia 

In Writings v 5 , ^t 

Mary McGillup; a southern novel. After 
Belle Boyd 
In Writings v i 

Condensed novels 
Melons 

In Writings v 14 
Mercury of the foot-hills 
In Writings v 17 

Openings in the old trail 
Cosmopol 31: 271 
Mermaid of Lighthouse Point 
In Writings v 17 

Under the Redwoods 
Miggles 
In Writings v i 

Luck of Roaring Camp 
Every Saturday 10:562 
Overland 2: 570 
Millionaire from Rough-and-Ready 

In Writings v 5 
Miss Mix. By Ch-l-tte Br-nte 

In Writings v i ^ ^ 
Miss Peggy's proteges 

In Writings v 18 ... 

Openings in the old trail 
Mr. Bilson's housekeeper 
In Writings v 17 

From sand hill to pine 



Mr. Jack Hamlin's mediation 
In Writings v 15 

Mr. Jack Hamlin's mediation 
Mr. MacGlowrie's widow 
In Writings v 19 
Trent's trust 
Cosmopol 32:445 
Mr. Midshipman Breezy. By Captain 
M-rry-t, R. N. 
In Writings v i 

Condensed novels 
Mr. Thompson's prodigal 
In Writings v 2 

Mrs. Skagg's husbands 
Overland o s 5: 91 
Mrs. Skagg's husbands 
In Writings v 2 

Mrs. Skagg's husbands 
M'liss: an idyl of Red Mountain 
In Writings v i 

Luck of Roaring Camp 
Monte Flat pastoral. See Harte, B. How 

old man Plunkett went home 
Mother of five 
In Writings v 14 
Barker's luck 
Muck-a-muck; a modern Indian novel. 
After Cooper 
In Writings v i 
My first book 
In Writings v 10 

Bell-ringer of Angels 
My friend the tramp 
In Writings v 11 

Drift from two shores 
Mystery of the hacienda 
In Writings v 10 

Bell-ringer of Angels 
N. N.; being a novel in the French para- 
graphic style 
In Writings v i 

Condensed novels 
New assistant at Pine Clearing school 
In Writings v 8 

Colonel Starbottle's client 
Niece of Snapshot Harry's 
In Writings v 17 

From sandhill to pine 
Night at Hays 
In Writings v 8 

Colonel Starbottle's client 
Night at Wingdam 
In Writings v i 
Night on the Divide 
In Writings v 15 

Talcs of trail and town 
Ninety-nine g'uardsmcn. By Al-x-d-r D- 
m-s 
In Writings v i 
No title. By W-lk-e C-ll-ns 
In Writings v i 

Condensed novels 
Notes by flood and field 
In Writings v i 

Luck of Roaring Camp 
Office seeker 
In Writings v i 

Drift from two shores 
Ogress of silver land 
In Writings v i 



134 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Harte, Bret— Cnnfintird. 
Out of a pioneer's trunk 
In Writings v 6 

Colonel Starbottlc's client 
Outcasts of Poker Flat 
III Writings v i 

Luck of Roaring Camp 
Baldwin, C. S. American short stor- 
ies 
i\Iabie. II. A\'., and Strachey, L, 
Little mastcri)ieccs of fiction, v 3 
Nettleton, G. Jl. Specimens of the 

short story 
Every Saturday 11:349 
New Eclectic 4: 572 
Overland 2:41 
Overland n s 40: 20Q 
Passage in the life of Mr. John Oakhurst 
III Writings v 2 

Tales of the Argonauts 
Passing of Enriqucz 
In Writings v 16 

Ancestors of Peter Atherly 
Stories in light and shadow 
Cent 56: 230 
Peter Schrocder 

In Writings v 11 
Phyllis of the Sierras 

In Writings v 6 

Poet of Sierra flat 

In Writings v 2 

Mrs. Skagg's husbands 
Postmistress of Laurel Run 
In Writings v 8 

Colonel Starbottlc's client 
Princess Bob and her friends 
In Writings v 2 

Luck of Roaring camp 
Mrs. Skag.g's husbands 
At! an 28: 750 
Private's honor. See Harte, B. Stories 

tliree 
Prospcr's old mother 
In Writings v 19 
Trent's trust 
Harper 104: 733 
Protegee of Jack Hamlin's 
In Writings v 10 

Protegee of Jack Hamlin's 
Pupil of Chestnut Ridge 
In Writings v to 
Trent's trust 
Queen of the pirate isle 

//; Writings v 14 
Reformation of James Kcddy 
In Writings v 10 

Protegee of Jack Hamlin's 
Scrib M 13:562 
Reincarnation of Smith 
In Writings v 17 

Openings in the f)ld trail 
New Eng M n s 25: 17 
Right eye of the commander 
In Writings v i 

Luck of Roaring Camp 
Roger Catron's friend 
fn Writings v 2 

Drift from two shores 



Romance of Madrono Hollow 
In \A'ritings v 2 

Luck of Roaring Camp 
Mrs. Skagg's husbands 
Atlan 28:371 
Romance of the line 
/;/ Writings v 18 

LTnder the Redwoods 
Rose of Glenbogic 
In Writings v 1 1 

Bell-ringer of Angels 
Rose of Tuolumme 
In Writings v 2 

Tales of the Argonauts 
Rupert the resembler. By A-th-y H-pe 
In Writings v 18 
Condensed novels 
Sail}' Dows 

In Writings v 8 
Sally Dows 
Eng Illust 10: 18 
Salomy Jane's kiss 
In Writings v 15 

Stories in light and shadow 
Sappho of Green Springs 
/;; W^ritings v 6 

Sappho of Green Springs 
Lippinc 45: 627 
Sarah Walker 

In Writings v 14 

By shore and sedge 
Secret of Sobriente's well 
In Writings v 16 

Ancestors of Peter Atherly 
Mr. Jack Hamlin's mediation 
Secret of Telegraph Hill 
In Writings v 4 

Heritage of Dedlow ]Marsh 
See Yup 

In Writings v 16 

Ancestors of Peter Atherly 
Stories in light and shadow 
Selina Scdilla. By Miss M. E. B-dd-n 
and Mrs. H-n-y W-d 
In Writings v i 
•Sheriff of Siskyou 
In Writings v 8 

Bell-ringer of Angels 
McClure 2:578 
Ship of '49 

In Writings v 4 

By shore and sedge 
Frontier stories 
Eng Illust 2:421, 451, 536 
Sleeping-car experience 
In Writings v 11 

Drift from two shores 
Snow-bound at Eagles 

In Writings v 5 
Stolen cigar case. By A. Co-n D-le 
In W^ritings v 18 
Condensed novels 
Stories three. By R-dy-d K-pl-g: For 
Simla reasons; A private's honor; 
Jungle folk 
In Writings v 18 
Condensed novels 
Story of a mine 
In Writings v 3 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



135 



Strange experience of Alkali Dick 
In Writings v 16 

Ancestors of Peter Atherly 
Tales of trail and town 
Surprising adventures of Master Charles 
Summerton 
/;/ Writings v 14 
Susy: a story of the plains 

III Writings v 9 

Tale of three truants 

In Writings v 16 

Ancestors of Peter Atherly 
Tales of trail and town 
Tennessee's partner 
In Writings v i 

Luck of Roaring Camp 
Every Saturday 10:35 
New Eclectic 5:595 
Overland 3: 360 
Overland n s 40: 246 
Terence Denville. By Ch-l-s L-v-r 
In Writings v i 

Condensed novels 
Thankful Blossom 
In Writings v 11 
Their uncle from California 
In Waitings v 11 
Sall}^ Dows 
Three partners 

In Writings v 15 
Three vagabonds of Trinidad 
In Writings v 17 

Under the Redwoods 
Through the Santa Clara wheat 
1)1 Writings v 6 

Sappho of Green Springs 
Tourist from Injianny 
hi Writings v 2 

Belgravia 36: 424 
Transformation of Buckeye camp 
In W'ritings v 8 
Sally Dows 
Treasure of the galleon 
In Writings v 8 

Colonel Starbottle's client 
Treasure of the redwoods 
In Writings v 18 

From sand hill to pine 
Trent's trust 

In Writings v 19 
Trent's trust 

Harper 62: 769, 892; 63: 124 
Twins of Table Mountain 
In Writings v 3 

Twins of Table Mountain 
Two Americans 
In Writings v 16 

Ancestors of Peter Atherly 
Tales of trail and town 
Two saints of the foot-hills 
In Writings v 2 

Drift from two shores 
Uncle Jim and uncle Billy 
In Writings v 15 

Stories in light and shadow 
Patten, W. International short 
stories v i 
Under the eaves 
In Writings v 18 

Under the redwoods 



"Unser Karl" 
In Writings v 16 

Ancestors of Peter Atherly 
Stories in light and shadow 
Venerable impostcr 
In Writings v 14 
Vision of the fountain 
In Writings v 18 

Under the redwoods 
Vulgar little boy 

In Writings v 14 
Waif of the plains 
In Writings v 9 
Waiting for the ship; a Fort Point idyl 

In Writings v i 

Wan Lee, the pagan 

In Writings v 2 

Tales of the Argonauts 
Scrib o s 8: 552 
Ward of Colonel Starbottle 
In Writings v 19 
Trent's trust 
Flarper 104. : 66 
Warci of the Golden Gate 

In Writings v 7 
What happened at the Fonda 
In Writings v 17 

From sand hill to pine 
When the waters were up at "Jules" 
In Writings v 16 

Ancestors of Peter Atherly 
Mr. Jack Hamlin's mediation 
Who was my quiet friend? 
In W^ritings v 2 

Drift from two shores 
Widow of the Santa Ana valley 
In W'ritings v 17 

Under the redwoods 
With the entrees 
/;} Writings v 11 

Drift from two shores 
Yellow dog 
In W^ritings v 10 
Barker's luck 
McClure 5: 235 
Young Robin Gray 
In Writings v 11 

Bell-ringer of Angels 
Good Words 35: 130 
McClure 3: 448 
Youngest Miss Piper 
In Writings v 17 

Ancestors of Peter Atherlj^ 
Under the redwoods 
Youngest prosnector in Calaveras 
In Writings v 16 

Tales of trail and town 
Zut-ski. By M-r-e C-r-lli 
In Writings v 18 
Condensed novels 
Cosmopol 32: 616 
Hartland. Phillpotts, E. 
Hart's nephew's hold-up. Janvier, T. A. 
Harvest. Williams, J. L. 
Hated son. Balzac, H. de 
Hatred is sweet, but God is strong. See 

Tolstoi, L. N. Texts for woodcuts 
Hatteras. Alason, A. E. W. 
Hatto the hermit. Lagerlof, S. 



136 



IXDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Hauff, Wilhelm, 1802- 1827 

Beggar girl of the Pont des Arts 

In Three tales 
Cold heart 

In Three tales 
Emperor's picture 

In Three tales 
Severed hand 

In Stories l)v foreign authors, German 
V 2 
Story of the Caliph stork 
//; Warner libr; ry 
Haughty princess. Kennedy. P. 
Haunted crust. Saunders, K. 
Haunted dragoon. Quillcr-Couch, A. T. 
Haunted gondola. Pcmberton. M. 
Haunted harpischord. Huneker, J. G. 
Haunted house. Dickens, C. 
"Haunted house" in Roval street. Cable 

G. W. 
Haunted inn. Moulton, L. C. 
Haunted man. Dickens. C. 
Haunted man. By Ch-r-s- D-ck-ns. Harte, B. 
Haunted mind. Hawthorne, N. 
Haunted orchard. Le Gallienne, R. 
Haunted photograph. Stuart, R. M. 
Haunted ships. Cunningham, A. 
Haunted subalterns. Kipling. R. 
Haunted valley. Biercc, A. 
Haunted yacht. Quiller-Couch, A. T. 
Haunters and the haunted; or, The house 

and the brain. Lytton, E. B. 
Hauntings. Paget, V. 

Hautot senior and Hautot junior. Maupas- 
sant, G. de 
Hawaiian folk tales. Field, E. 
Hawkins, Anthony Hope (Anthony Hooe, 
pseud.) 1863- 
All's well that ends well 

In Frivolous Cupid 
Ancient history 

In Dolly dialogues 
Change of heart 

/;; Frivolous Cupid 
Cordial relations 

In Dolly dialogues 
Courtesy of Christian the highway;*f5n 
In Heart of the Princess Osra 
McClure 5:313 
Crime of Count Nikolas of Festenburg. 
See Hawkins, A. II. Sin of the 
Bishop of Modenstein 
Curate of the Poltons 
In Comedies of courtship 
Dolly dialogues 
I'^ng Illust II : 1031 
Curate's bump 

In Dolly dialogues 
Cut and a kiss 

In Eng Illust 12 no. 3: 35 

Decree of Duke Deodoiiato 

In Comedies of courtship 

Dolly dialogues 

Eng illust 12 no. 6: 49 

Device of Giraldo the ])ainter 

In Heart of the Princess Osra 
Duke's allotment 
In Love's logic 
E.xpensive privilege 
In Dolly dialogues 



Fatal obstacle 

In Dolly dialogues 
Father Stafford 

In Half a hero 
Fine day 

In Dolly dialogues 
Foreordained 

In Love's logic 
Gray frock 

In Love's logic 
Haopiness of Stephen the smith. See Haw- 
kins, A. H. Heart of the Princess 
Osra 
Heart of the Princess Osra. [The happi- 
ness of Stephen the smith] 
In Heart of the Princess Osra 
McClure 5: 219 
House opposite 

In Dolly dialogues 
Indifference of the miller of Hofbau 
/'; Heart of the Princess Osra 

Patten, W. International short 

stories v 2 
McClure 5: 533 
Lady of the flagon 

In Love's logic 
Lady of the pool 

In Comedies of courtship 
Dolly dialogues 
Longman's 25: 181, 264 
Lesson in the art 

//; Idler 6: 115 
Liberal education 

In Dolly dialogues 
Life subscription 

In Dolly dialogues 
Little wretch 

In Dolly dialogues 
Love of the Prince of Glottenberg 
//; Heart of the Princess Osra 
McClure 6: 23 
Love's conundrurn 
In Cut and a kiss 
Love's logic 

/» Love's logic 
Lucifcra 

In Idler 6: 275 
Madness of Lord Harry Culverhouse 

In Heart of the Princess Osra 
Man and his model 
In Cut and a kiss 

Eng Illust 12 no. 4: 5; 
^lan of mark 

In Change of air 
Marriage by compulsion 

In I'Vivolous Cupid 
Matter of duty 

In Dollv dialogues 
Miss Audrey Liston, authoress 

In Cut and a kiss 
Miss Gladwin's chance 
In Love's logic 
Cent 70: 643 
Mr. Witt's widow 

/'( Indiscretion of the dnciies- 
Mrs. Thistleton's princess 

In Love's logic 
"La mort a la mode" 

In Love's logic 
My last chance 
In Dolly dialogues 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



137 



Mystery of Old Gray's inn 

In Macmillan 63: 401 
Necessary resources 
/;; Love's logic 

Cosmopolis 5: 309 
Not practical 

III Idler 6: 659 
One way in 

In Dolly dialogues 
Opened door 

In Love's logic 
Other lady 

In Dolly dialogues 
Perverseness of it 

In Dolly dialogues 
Philosopher in the apple orchard 
In Comedies of courtship 

Stories by English authors, England 
Eng Illust 11:413 
Prince consort 

In Love's logic 
Prudence and the bishop 

In Love's logic 
Quick change 

In Dolly dialogues 
Reluctance 

/;; Frivolous Cupid 
Reminincence 

In Dolly dialogues 
Repentant sinner 

In Frivolous Cupid 
Retribution 

In Dolly dialogues 
Riddle of Countess Runa 
In Love's logic 
McClure 22:476 
Royal edict 

In Cut and a kiss 
Secret 

In Idler 7:3 . . 

Sin of the Bishop of Modenstein [Crime 
of Count Nicholas of Festenbergl 
In Heart of the Princess Osra 
McClure 5:401 
Slight mistake 

In Dolly dialogues 
Slim-fingered Jim 
In Love's logic 
Sport royal 

in Sport royal 
Stage on the road 
In Cut and a kiss 
Eng Illust 11: 253 
Strange, but true 

In Dolly dialogues 
Terrible night 

In Eclectic M 108:651 
Liv Age 173: 107 
Murray i: 33i 
Three-volume novel 

In Comedies of courtship 
Dolly dialogues 
Eng Illust 12 no. 1:65 
Trix's wooing 

In Cut and a kiss 
'Twixt will and will not 

In Frivolous Cupid 
Uncle John and the rubies 

In McClure 9: 812 
Uncounted hour 
In Dolly dialogues 



Very dull affair 

In Dolly dialogues 
Very latest thing 

In Dolly dialogues 
Victory of the Grand Duke of Mittenheim 
In Heart of the Princess Osra 
]McClure 6: 280 
Wager of the Marquis de Merosailles 
In Heart of the Princess Osra 
McClure 6: 198 
What might have been 

In Dolly dialogues 
What was expected of Miss Constantine 
In Love's logic 
Cent 72:38 
Wheel of love 

In Comedies of courtship 
Dolly dialogues 
Scrib M 18: 149, 374 
Which shall it be? 

In Frivolous Cupid 
Why men don't marry 
In Frivolous Cupid 
Hawthorne, Hildegarde 

Perdita ^,, tt nvr 

In Howells, W. D.. and Alden, H. M. 
Shapes that haunt the dusk 
Harper 94^557 
Hawthorne, Julian, 1846- 
Amazon 

In Lippinc 88: 701 
Autobiographical romance 

In Manhattan 3: 311 
BilloD mystery 

In Eng Illust 14:97 
Calladon 

In Eraser 102: 383 
Colonel Spaight's prejudices 

In Cent 32: 543 
Countess Felicita's discovery 
In Belgravia 44: 424; 45: 64 
David Poindexter's disappearance 
In David Poindexter's disappearance 
Harper 68:429 
Delusion of Ralph Penwyn 

In Cosmopol 45:264 
Dr. Carajo's patient 
In Belgravia 49: 81 
Dr. Griffith Gramery 
In Cosmopol 5: 25 
Eight years in a rock 
In Cosmopol 31: 33 
Golden fleece 

In Lippinc 49: 5^5 
Greave's disappearance 
In Mr. Dunton's invention 
Six cent Sam's 
Hearne's romance 

In Cosmopol 34: IQI 
Hollow ruby 

In Eng Illust 12 no. 6:3 
John North mystery 

In Mr. Dunton's invention 
Six cent Sam's 
Ken's mystery • 

In David Poindexter's disappearance 
Harper 67: 925 
Lovers in heaven 
In Cent 71:232 
Millicent and Rosalind 
In Lippinc 45: 3 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



138 

Hawthorne, Julian —Continued. 
Miss Cadogna 

III Belgravia ^5: 3>7 
Miss Pcckskill's spirometer 

In Eng Illust 16: 344 
Mr. Dunton's invention 
In Mr. Dunton's invention 
Six cent Sam's 
Model murder 

In Mr. Dunton's invention 
Six cent Sam's 
My friend Paton 

In David Poindextcr's disappearance 
Belgravia 51: 294 
Old and new music 

In Cosmopol 25:303 
Raxworthy's treasure 

In Mr. Dunton's invention 
Six cent Sam's 
Rose of death: a fantasy 

In Cornhill 34: 3S8 
Rumpty-Dudget 

In Eraser 102:437 
"Set not thv foot on graves" 

In David Poindextcr's disappearance 
Manhattan i: 359 
Sinfire 

/;; Eippinc 39: i 
Singing of a bird 

In Harper loi: 125 
Spirit of the dance 

In Cosmopol 42: 611 
Strange friend 

In Belgravia 53:326, 481 
Symposium 

In Mr. Dunton's invention 
Six cent Sam's 
Third of March 

In Cent 37: 208 
"When half-gods go. the gods arrive" 
In David Poindextcr's disappearance 
Harper "i : 566 
Hawthorne, Nathaniel, 1804-1864 
Acadian exiles 

/;; Complete works (Riverside) v 4 
[Wonder book] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v 12 
Grandfather's chair 
Wonder book 
Adam and Eve. See Hawthorne, N. New 

Adam and Eve 
Alice Doane's appeal 

In Complete works (Riverside) v 12 
[Tales and sketches] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v 16 
Ambitious guest 

In Complete works (Riverside) v i 
[Twice told tales! 
Complete writings (Autograph) v 2 
Perry, B. Little masterpieces. 

Hawthorne 
New Eng M 8: 425 
Ancestral footste]) 

In Complete works (Riverside) v 11 
[Septimus Eelton] 
Complete writings (.A.utograph) v 14 
Anticjue ring 

In Complete works (Riverside) v 11 
[Talcs and sketches] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v 16 



Apple-dealer. See Hawthorne, N. Old 

Apple-dealer 
Artist of the beautiful 

In Complete works (Riverside) v 2 
[Mosses from an old manse] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v 5 
Democratic R 14: 605 
At home 

In Complete works (Riverside) v 2 
[Mosses from an old manse] 
Complete writings (autograph) v 5 
Bell's biography 

In Complete works (Riverside) v 3 
[House of seven gables] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v 3 
Benjamin Eranklin. See Hawthorne, N. 

Biographical stories 
Benjamin West. See Hawthorne, N. Bi- 
ographical stories 
Biographical stories: Benjamin W'est, Sir 
Isaac Newton, Samuel Johnson, 
Oliver Cromwell, Benjamin Franklin, 
Queen Christina 
/;; Complete works (Riverside) v 12 
[Tales and sketches] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v i; 
Birthmark 

In Complete works (Riverside) v 2 
[Mosses from an old manse] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v 12 
Jessup, A., and Canby, H. S. Best 

short stories 
Perry, B. Little masterpieces. Haw- 
thorne 
Bosom serpent. -SV^ Hawthorne. N. Ego- 
tism 
Boston massacre 

In Complete works (Riverside) v 4 
[Wonder book] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v 12 
Browne's folly 

In Complete works (Riverside) v 12 
[Tales and sketches] 
Complete writings (.Autograph) v 17 
Canal boat 

In Complete works (Riverside") v 2 
[Mosses from an old manse] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v 5 
Canterbury pilgrims 

In Complete works (Riverside) a' 3 
[House of seven gables] 
Complete writings (.Autograph) v 3 
Celestial railroad; parody on Bunyan's 
Pilgrim's Progress 
In Complete works (Riverside) v 2 
[Mosses from an old manse] 
Complete writings (.Autograph) v 4 
Democratic R 12:515 
Liv Age 66: 740 
Chimaera 

/;; Complete works (Riverside) v 4 
[Wonder book] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v 13 
Tappan. E. M. Children's hour 2:202 
Chipi)ings with a chisel 

/;; Complete works (Riverside) v I 
[Twice told tales] 
Complete writings (.Autograph! v 2 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



139 



Christmas banquet .^K-Prside) v 2 

In Complete works (R^crsidej v 
[Mosses from an old mansel _ 
Complete writings (Autograph) v ^ 
Democratic R 14:78 

"Srco-'mlletc worK. (Riverside) v 4 
r Wonder book] int.. 

Complete writings Autograph) v 13 
Colonial stories [In Colonial days] 

/u Colonial stones , 

DaffydowndiUy. See Hawthorne, N. Little 
DaffydowndiUy 

°/r Complete works (Riverside) v . 
[Mosses from an old manse] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v i 
Devil in manuscript -a \ .r -z 

In Complete works (Riverside) v 3 
[House of seven gablesj 
Complete writings (Autograph) v 3 

'^'/..''compTcte works (Riverside) V .. 
[Tales and sketches] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v 17 
Dr. Grimshaw's secret 

In Complete works (Riverside) v 3 
Complete writings (Autograph) v 1.5 
Cent 25:433 
Dr Heideger's experiment 

/■/complete works (Riverside) v I 
[Twice told tales] 
Complete writings (Autograph) vi 
Perry, B. Little masterpieces, Haw- 
thorne 
Dnlliver romance . , . 

7n Complete works (Riverside) v n 
[Dolliver romance] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v 14 

""rrd^nX^: works (Riverside) v 4 
[Wonder book] 
Complete wri'tings (Autograph) v 13 
Tappan, E. M. Children's hour 2. 128 
Drowne's wooden iniage 

In Complete works (Riverside) v 2 
[Mosses from an old manse 
Complete writings (Autograph) v 5 
Perry, B. Little masterpieces. Haw- 
thorne 

Earth's holocaust /-RH-erside) v 2 

In Complete works (Ri^^isiae; v 
[Mosses from an old manse] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v 5 
Edward Fane's rosebud 

In Complete works (Riverside) v i 
[Twice told tales] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v 2 
Edward Randolph's portrait 

/n Complete works (Riverside) v 
[Twice told tales] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v 2 
Colonial stories 
In colonial days . 

Legends of the Provmce house 
Egotism, or the bosom serpent . 

In Complete works (Riverside) v 2 
[Mosses from an old manse] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v 5 
Democratic R. 12:255 



Elixir of life. See Hawthorne, N. Sep- 

timius Felton 
Endicott and the red cross 

In Complete works (Riverside) v i 
[Twice told tales] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v 2 
Legends of New England 
Esther Dudley. See Hawthorne, N. Old 
Esther Dudley 

Ethan Brand -j a „ , 

In Complete works (Riverside) v 3 
[House of seven gablesj 
Complete writings (Autograph) v 3 
Canby, H. S. Study of the short story 
Johnson, R. Little classics v i 
Perry, B. Little masterpieces. Haw- 
thorne 

''rfimpleTe''°worKs (Riverside) v x 

[Twice told tales] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v i 

"^rS^plete works (Riverside) v n 
[Dolliver romance] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v 16 
Fantasy. See Hawthorne, N. Hall of fan- 
tasy 

''=/=;''corplete works (Riverside) V . 
[Mosses from an old manse] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v 4 
Internat M 5: 182, 333 

Fellow traveller ^^■,Af.\ v 2 

In Complete works (Riverside) v 2 
[Mosses from an old manse] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v 5 
Flight in the fog [Passages from an relin- 
quished work] • 1 \ ir •? 
/n Complete works (Riverside) v 2 
[Mosses from an old manse] 
Complete writings (Autograpn) v 5 
Footprints on the seashore 

/H Complete works (Riverside) v i 
[Twice told tales] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v 2 
Fragments from the journal of a solitary 

/."complete works (Riverside) v 12 
[Tales and sketches] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v 17 

^Ifcom'plete works (Riverside) v I 
[Twice told tales] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v i 
Ghost of Dr. Harris 
In Eclectic M 134: 437 
Liv Age 224: 345 
19th Cent 47 : 8« 

°f,??ompTete works (Riverside) v 4 
CoTp?ae'™rU&'s(Au.ograp„)v.3 
Tappan. E. M. Children's hour 2.60 

°°/;f Co^pMe works (Riverside) v 4 

[Wonder book] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v 13 
Tappan, E.M. Children's hour 3: 92 



I40 



IXDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Hawthorne, Nathaniel — ro;///;/(a-(/. 
Gorgon's head 

In Complete works (Riverside) v 4 
[\\'onder book] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v 13 
Tappan. E. M. Children's hour 2:29 
Grandfather's chair 

In Complete works (Riverside) v 4 
[Wonder book] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v 12 
Grandfather's dream 

In Complete works (Riverside) v 4 
[\A'onder book] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v 12 
Graves and goblins 

In Complete works (Riverside) v 12 
[Tales and sketches] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v 17 
Gray champion 
In Complete works (Riverside) v i 
[Twice told talcs] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v i 

Legends of New England 
Perry, B. Little masterpieces. Haw- 
thorne , 
New Eng M o s 8: 20 
Great carbuncle 
In Complete works (Riverside) v i 
[Twice told tales] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v i 
Great stone face 
In Complete works (Riverside) v 3 
[House of seven gables] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v 3 
Cody, S. Selection from the world's 

greatest short stories 
Mabie, H. W., and Strachey, L. 

Little masterpieces of fictionV 4 
Perry, B. Little masterpieces. Haw- 
thorne 
Nettleton, G. E. Specimens of the 

short story 
Tappan, E. M. Cliildren's hour 10:271 
Hall of fantasy 

/;; Complete works (Riverside) v 2 
[Mosses from an old manse] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v4 
Haunted mind 
In Complete works (Riverside) v i 
[Twice told tales] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v 2 
Hollow of the three hills 
In Complete works (Riverside) v i 
[Twice told tales] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v i 
Howe's masquerade 

In Complete works (Riverside) v i 
[Twice told tales] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v 2 
Colonial stories 
In colonial days 
Legends of the Province house 
Hesperian i : 234 
Hutchinson's mob 

hi Complete works (Riverside) v 4 
[Wonder book] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v 12 
In colonial days (Colonial stories] 

In In colonial days 
Indian Bible 

In Complete works (Riverside) v 4 
[Wonder book] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v 12 



Intelligence office 

In Complete works (Riverside) v 2 
[Mosses from an old manse] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v 5 
Democratic R 14:269 
John Inglefield's Thanksgiving 

In Complete works (Riverside) v 3 
[House of seven gables] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v 3 
Lady Arabella 
/;/ Complete works (Riverside) v 4 
[Wonder book] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v 12 
Lady Eleanore's mantle 
In Complete works (Riverside) v i 
[Twice told tales] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v 2 
Colonial stories 
In colonial days 
Legends of the Province liouse 
Lily's quest 

In Complete works (Riverside) v I 
[Twice told talcs] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v 2 
Little Annie's raml)le 

In Complete works (Riverside) v i 
[Twice told tales] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v i 
Little Daffydowndilly 

In Complete works (Riverside) v 3 
[House of seven gables] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v 3 
Main street 

In Complete works (Riverside) v 3 
[House of seven gables] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v 3 
Man of adamant 

In Complete works (Riverside) v 3 
[House of seven gables] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v 3 
Maypole of Merry Mount 

In Complete works (Riverside) v i 
[Twice told tales] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v i 
Legends of New England 
Minister's black veil 
In Complete works (Riverside) v i 
[Twice told talcs] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v I 
Hawthorne, J. Library mystery and 

detective stories, American 
Mabic. H. W., and Strachey. L. 
Little masterpieces of llction v 5 
Minotaur 
In Complete works (Riverside) v 4 
[Wonder l)ook] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v 13 
Tappan, E. M. Cliildren's liour 2: 166 
Miraculous pitclier 

In Complete works (Riverside) v 4 
[Wonder book| 
Complete writings (Autograph) v 13 
Tappan, E. M. Children's hour 3:67 
Molyneux. See Hawthorne, N. My kins- 
man, Major Molyneux 
Mr. Higinbotliam's catastroplie 

In Complete works (Riverside) v I 
[Twice told talcs] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v 1 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



141 



Mrs. Bullfrog 

In Complete works (Riverside) \ I 
[Twice told tales] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v 4 
Monsieur du Miroir 

/;; Complete works (Riverside) v 2 
[Mosses from an old manse] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v 4 
M}^ home return 

In Complete works (Riverside) v 12 
[Tales and skelclies] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v 17 
My kinsman, Major Molyneux 

hi Complete works (Riverside) v 3 
[House of seven gables] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v 3 
New Adam and Eve 

In Complete works (Riverside) v 2 
[Mosses from an old manse] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v 5 
Notch of the White Mountains 

In Complete works (Riverside) v 2 
[Mosses from an old manse] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v 5 
Old apple-dealer 

In Complete works (Riverside) v 2 
[Mosses from an old manse] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v 5 
Old Esther Dudley 
In Complete works (Riverside) v i 
[Twice told tales] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v 2 
Colonial stories 
In colonial days 
Legends of Province house 
Old-fashioned school 

In Complete works (Riverside) v 4 
[Wonder book] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v 12 
Old manse 
In Complete works (Riverside) v 2 
[Mosses from an old manse] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v 4 
Warner library 
Old woman's tale 

In Complete works (Riverside) v 12 
[Tales and sketches] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v 16 
Oliver Cromwell. Sec Hawthorne, N. Bio- 
graphical stories 
Paradise of children 
In Complete works (Riverside) v 4 
[Wonder book] 
Tappan, E. M. Children's hour 2: 107 
Passages from a relinquished work 

In Complete works (Riverside) v 2 
[Mosses from an old manse] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v 5 
Peter Goldthwaite's treasure 

In Complete works (Riverside) v I 
[Twice told tales] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v 2 
Pine-tree shillings 

In Complete works (Riverside) v 4 
[Wonder book] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v 12 
Pomegranate seeds 

In Complete works (Riverside) v 4 
[Wonder book] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v 12 
Tappan, E. M. Children's hour 3: 114 



Procession of life 

In Complete works (Riverside) v 2 
[Mosses from an old manse] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v 4 
Democratic R 12:36 
Prophetic pictures 

In Complete works (Riverside) v I 
[Twice told tales] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v i 
Patten, W. International short sto- 
ries V I 
Provincial muster 

In Complete works (Riverside) v 4 
[Wonder book] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v 12 
P's correspondence 

In Complete works (Riverside) v 2 
[Mosses from an old manse] 
Pygmies 
In Complete works (Riverside) v 4 
[Wonder book] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v 13 
Tappan, E. M. Children's 1101^2:3 
Queen Christina. See Hawthorne, ;^TCio- 

graphical stories 
Randolph's portrait. See Hawthorne, N. 

Edward Randolph's portrait 
Rappaccini's daughter 

In Complete works (Riverside) v 2 
[Mosses from an old manse] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v 4 
Trent, W. P., and Henneman, J. B. 
Best American stories 
Red cross 

In Complete works (Riverside) v 4 
[Wonder book] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v 

Rejected blessing 

In Complete works (Riverside) v 4 
[Wonder book] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v 12 
Rill from the town pump 

In Complete works (Riverside) v i 
[Twice told tales] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v i 
Roger Malvin's burial 

In Complete works (Riverside) v 2 
[Mosses from an old manse] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v 5 
Legends of New England 
Rosebud. See Hawthorne, N. Edward 

Fane's rosebud 
Samuel Johnson. See Hawthorne, N. 

Biographical stories 
Select party 

In Complete Avorks (Riverside) v 2 
[Mosses from an old manse] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v 4 
Septimius Felton; or, The elixir of life 
In Complete works (Riverside) v il 
[Dollivcr romance] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v 14 
Atlan 2g:5, 645; 30:1, 129 
St. Paul's M 10: I, 569 
Seven vagabonds 

In Complete works (Riverside) v I 
[Twice told tales] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v 2 



142 



IXDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Hawthorne, Nathaniel —Continued. 
Shadow brook 

In Complete works (Riverside) v 4 
[Wonder book] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v 13 
Shaker bridal 

In Complete works (Riverside) v i 
^ [Twice told tales! 
Complete writings (Autograph) v 2 
Show-box. See Hawthorne, N. Fancy's 

show-box 
Sir Isaac Newton. See Hawthorne, N. 

Biographical stories 
Sister years 
In Complete works (Riverside) v i 
[Twice told tales] 
Complete writings (.\utograph) v 2 
Snow image 

In Complete works (Riverside) v 3 
[House of seven gables] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v 3 
Internat M i : 537 
Sunken treasure 

In Complete works (Riverside) v 4 
[Wonder book] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v 13 
Sylph Etheridge 

/;/ Complete works (Riverside) v 3 
[House of seven gables] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v 3 
Tanglewood tales 

hi Complete works (Riverside) v 4 
[Wonder book] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v 13 
Three golden apples 

/;; Complete works (Riverside) v 4 
[Wonder book] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v 13 
Threefold destiny 

In Complete works (Riverside) v i 
[Twice told tales] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v 2 
Toll-gatherer's day 

In Complete works (Riverside) v i 
[Twice told tales] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v i 
Tory's farewell 

In Complete works (Riverside) v 4 
[Wonder book] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v 12 
Village uncle 

In Complete works (Riverside) v i 
[Twice tohl talcs] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v 2 
Virtuoso's collection 

In Complete works (Riverside) v 2 
[ATosses from an old manse] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v 5 
Vision of the fountain 
In Works (Riverside) v i Twice told 
talcs 
Complete writings (Autograph) v i 
Wakefield 

In Complete works (Riverside) v i 
[Twice told tales] , 

("omplete writings (Autograph) v i 
Perry, B. Little masterpieces. Haw- 
thorne 
Wedding knell 

In Complete works (Riverside) v i 
[Twice told tales] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v i 



White old maid 

In Complete works (Riverside) v i 
[Twice told tales] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v 2 
Baldwin, C. S. American short stor- 
ies 
Wives of the dead 
In Complete works (Riverside) v 3 
[House of seven gables] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v 3 
Young Goodman Brown 

In Complete works (Riverside) v 2 
[Mosses from an old manse] 
Complete writings (Autograph) v 2 
New Eng M 8: 250 
Hayes, Augustus Allen, 1837-1892 
Denver express 
In Stories by American authors v 6 
Hazard of the North. Parker, G. 
Hazing of Valliant. Williams, J. L. 
Hazy night. Janvier, T. A. 
He? Maupassant, G. 
He also serves. Henry, O. 
He knew Lincoln. Tarbell, I. M. 
He knew what was due tlie court. Page, 

T. N. 
He would have gotten a lawyer. Page, 

T. N. 
He would not be denied. Parker, G. 
Head gardener's tale. Chekhov, A. P. 
Head-hunter. Henry, O. 
Head of the district. Kipling, R. 
Head of the family. Jacobs, W. W. 
Headstone of the corner. Phillpotts, E. 
Healer from Far-Away cove. Duncan, N. 
Healing springs and the pioneers. Par- 
ker, G. 
Heard, John, jr. 
Charge for France 
In Stories of the army (Stories from 
Scribner) 
Scrib M 10:697 
Hearn, Lafacdio, 1850-1904 
Before the supreme court 

In Japanese miscellany 
Common sense 

In Kotto 
Corpse-rider 

In Shadowings 
Dead secret 

In Kwaidan 
Diplomacy 

III Kwaidan 
Dream of Akinosuke 
In Kwaidan 

Atlan 03: 340 
Gratitude of the Samebito 

In Shadowings 
Hi-Mawari 

In Kwaidan 
Horai 

In Kwaidan 
Ikiryo 

In Kotto 
In a cup of tea 

/;/ Kotto 
Jikininki 

In Kwaidan 

Jio-Roku-Zakura 

In Kwaidan 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



143 



Legend of Fugen-Bosatsu 

In Shadowings 
Legend of Tchi-Niu 

In Some Chinese ghosts 
Legend of Yurei-Daki 

In Kotto 
Mirror maiden 

In Romance of the milky way 
Mujina 

In Kwaidan 
Of a mirror and a bell 

In Kwaidan 
Of a promise broken 

In Japanese miscellany 
Of a promise kept 

In Japanese miscellany 
Oshidori 

In Kwaidan 
Reconciliation 

/;} Shadowings 
Red bridal 

In Atlan 74: 74 
Retun of Yen-Tchm-King 
In Some Chinese ghosts 
Riki-Baka 

In Kwaidan 
Rokuro-Kubi 

In Kwaidan 
Romance of the Milky Way 
In Romance of the Milky Way 
Atlan g6: 238 
Screen-maiden 

In Shadowings 
Shirvo 

In Kotto 
Soul of the Great Bell 

In Some Chinese ghosts 
Storm 

In Warner library 
Storv of a fly 

/»" Kotto 
Story of a pheasant 

In Kotto 
Story of Aoyagi 

In Kwaidan 
Storv of Chugoro 

In Kottd 
Story of Ito Norisuke 
In Romance of the Milky Way 
Atlan 95: 98 
Story of Kogi the priest 
In Japanese miscellany 
Story of Kwashin Koji 

In Japanese miscellany 
Story of Mimi-Nashi-HoTchi 
In Kwaidan 

Atlan 92: 237 
Story of Ming-Y 

In Some Chinese ghosts 
Story of O-Kame 

In Kotto 
Story of O-Tei 

In Kwaidan 
Story of Umetsu Chiibei 
In Japanese miscellany 
Stranger than fiction 

In Romance of the Milky Way 
Atlan 95: 494 
Sympathy of Benten 

In Shadowings 
Tale of the porcelain-god 
In Some Chinese ghosts 



Tradition of the tea-plant 

In Some Chinese ghosts 
Ubazakura 

In Kwaidan 
Youma 

In Youma 
Y'uki-onna 
In Kwaidan 
Hearne's romance. Hawthorne, J. 
Heart of a beggar. Gorky, M. 
Heart of a child. Bacon, J. D. 
Heart of darkness. Conrad, J. 
Heart of gold. Cabell, J- B. 
Heart of John Middleton. Gaskell, E. C. 
Heart of the house. Vorse, M. H. 
Heart of the Princess Osra. Hawkms, 

A. H. 
Heart of the spring. Yeats, W. B. 
Heart-rending story of Mr. Heavysides. 

See Collins, W. Fatal cradle 
Heartache. Gorky, M. 
Heartbreak cameo. Champney, E. W. 
Hearts and crosses. Henry, O. 
Heart's desire. Stetson, G. E. C. 
Heart's key. Hewlett, M. H. 
Hearts unfortified. Trumbull, A. E. 
Heartsease. Brown, A. 
Heartsease. Earle, M. T. 
Heathen. London, J. 
Heathen. Warman, C. 
Heather lintie. Crockett, S. R. 
Heaven-kissing hill. Magruder, J. 
Hector. Bunner, H. C. 
Hector. Tarkington, B. 
Heimweh. Long, J. L. 
Heir of the Broken-O. Lewis, A. H. 
Heir of the McHulishes. Harte, B. 
Heiress! Maartens, M. 
Heiress of Red Dog. Harte, B. 
Heirs of fate. Pratt, L. 
Heliodorus, 4th Century 
Lovers 

In Warner library 
Theagenes and the bull 
In Warner library 
Help from the hopeless. Fernald, C. B. 
Helping the other fellow. Henry, O. 
Helpless situation. Clemens, S. L. 
Heman's ma. Brown, A. 
Heminway, Percy 
Gregorio 

In Stories by English authors, Africa 
Henry, C, pseud, (William Sydney Porter) 
1862-1910 
According to their lights 

In Trimmed lamp 
Adjustment of nature 

In Four million 
Admiral 

In Cabbages and kings 
Adventures in neurasthenia. See Henry, O. 

Let me feel your pulse 
Adventures of Shamrock Jones 

In Sixes and sevens 
After twenty years 

In Four million 
Afternoon miracle 

In Heart of the West 
Apology 

In Rolling stones 



144 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Henry, 0.—Co)iliiiucd. 
Aristocracy versus hasli 

//) Rolling stones 
Art and the bronco 

//; Roads of destiny 
Assessor of success 

/;/ Trimmed lamp 
At arms with Morpheus 

1)1 Sixes and sevens 
Atavism of John Tom Little Bear 

III Rolling- stones 
Babes in the jungle 

III Strictly business 
Badge of policeman O'Roon 

In Trimmed lamp 
Best seller 

III Options 
Between rounds 

/;; Four million 
Bexar script no. 2692 

/;/ Rolling stones 
Bird of Bagdad 

In Strictly business 
Blackjack bargainer 

/;; Whirligigs 

Munsey 25: 620 
Blind man's holiday 

//; Whirligigs 
• Brickdust row 

In Trimmed lamp 
Brief debut of Tildy 

/;; Four million 
Buried treasure 

In Options 
Buyer from Cactus city 

In Trimmed lamp 
By courier 

In Four million 
Caballero's waj' 

In Heart of the West 
Everybody's 17:86 
Caliph and the cad 

In Sixes and sevens 
Caliph, Cupid and the clock 

In Four million 
Call loan 

In Heart of the W^cst 
Call of the tame 

In Strictly business 
Calloway's code 

//; Whirligigs 

Munsey 35: 687 
Caught 

In Cabbages and kings 
Chair of pliilanthromathematics 

In Gentle grafter 
Ciiampion of tlie weather 

In Sixes and sevens 
Chanson de I'ohemc 

In Rolling stones 
Chaparral Christmas gift 

In Whirligigs 
Chaparral prince 

In Heart of the West 
Chercliez la femme 

/;/ Rfjads of destiny 
Christmas by injunction 

In Heart of the West 
Church with an overshot wheel 

In Sixes and sevens 



City of dreadful night 

/;/ Voice of the city 
Clarion call 

In Voice of the city 
Comedy in rubber 

In Voice of the city 
Coming-out of Maggie 

In Four million 
Complete life of Jolin Hopkins 

In Voice of the city 
Compliments of the season 

In Strictly business 
Conscience in art 

In Gentle grafter 
Contribution 

In Rolling stones 
Cop and tlie anthem 

In Four million 
Cosmopolite in a cafe 

In Four million 
Count and the wedding guest , 

In Trimmed lamp 

Patten, W. International short 
stories v i 
Country of illusion 

In Trimmed lamp 

Everybody's 15:465 
Cupid a la carte 

In Heart of the West 
Cupid's exile number two 

In Cabbages and kings 
Day resurgent 

In Strictly business 
Day we celebrate 

In Sixes and sevens 
Reader 11 : 16 
Defeat of the city 

In Voice of the city 
Departmental case 

/;; Roads of destiny 
Diamond of Kali 

In Sixes and sevens 
Dicky 

In Cabbages and kings 
Dinner at — 

In Rolling stones 
Critic 44: 530 
Discounters of monej^ 

In Roads of destiny 
Door of unrest 

In Sixes and sevens 

Cosmopol 37: 91 

Double-dyed deceiver 

In Roads of destiny 
Everybody's 13:814 
Dougherty's eye-opener 

In Voice of the city 
Dream 

In Rolling stones 
Cosmopol 40: 444 
Drop a tear in this slot 

In Rolling stones 
Duel 

In Strictly business 
Duplicity of Hargraves 

In Sixes and sevens 
Easter of the soul 

In Voice of the city 
Elsie in New York 

In Trimmed lamp 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



145 



Emancipation of Billy 
/;; Roads of aestiny 
Enchanted kiss 

In Roads of destiny 
Enchanted people 

1)1 Roads of dcstinj' 
Ethics of pig 

1)1 Gentle ^rafter 
Munsey 36: 61 
Exact science' of matrimony 

1)1 Gentle grafter 
Extradited from Bohemia 

1)1 Voice of the city 
Ferry of unfulfillment 

1)1 Trimmed lamp 
Eickle fortune; or. How Gladys hustled 

/;; Rolling stones 
Fifth wheel 

/;/ Strictly business 
Everybody's 17: 193 
Flag paramount 

1)1 Cabbages and kings 
Fog in Santone 
1)1 Rolling stones 
Cosmopol 53:658 
Fool-killer 

/;/ Voice of the city 
Foreign policy of Company 99 

In Trimmed lamp 
Fourth in Salvador 
In Roads of destiny 
McClure 21: 328 
"Fc)x-in-the-morning" 

In Cabbages and kings 
Friendly call 

In Rolling stones 
Friends in San Rosario 

1)1 Roads of destiny 
From each according to his ability 

In Voice of the city 
From the cabby's seat 

/;; Four million 
Furnished room 

1)1 Four million 
Georgia's ruling 
In Whirligigs 

Outlook 65: 498 
Ghost of a chance 

In Sixes and sevens 
Gift of the magi 
In Four million 
Girl 

In Whirligigs 
Girl and the graft 

1)1 Strictly business 
Girl and the habit 

In Strictly business 
Gold that glittered 

In Strictly business 
Greater Coney 

In Sixes and sevens 
Green door 

In Four million 
Guardian of the accolade 
In Roads of destiny 
Cur Lit 47: iii 
Guardian of the 'scutcheon 

In Cosmopol 35:49 
Guilty party 
In Trimmed lamp 



Halberdier of the little Rhcinschloss 
1)1 Roads of destiny 
Everybody's 16: 627 
Hand that riles the world 

In Gentle grafter 
Handbook of Hymen 
1)1 Heart of the West 
Munsey 35: 414 
Harbinger 

In Voice of the city 
Hard to forget 

In Rolling stones 
Harlem tragedy 

In Trimmed lamp 
He also serves 

In Options 

Head-hunter 

In Options 

Everybody's 18:593 
Hearts and crosses 

In Heart of the West 
Helping the other fellow 

In Rolling stones 
Hiding of Black Bill 
In Options 

Everybody's 19^447 
Higher abdication 
In Heart of the West 
Munsey 35: 548 
Higher pragmatism 

In Options 
Holding up a train 
In Sixes and sevens 
McClure 22: 611 
Hostages to Momus 
In Gentle grafter 
Munsey 33: 466 
How Gladys hustled. See Henry, O. Fickle 

fortune 
Hygeia at the Solito 

In Heart of the West 
Hypotheses of failure 

hi Whirligigs 
Indian summer of Dry Valley Johnson 
In Heart of the West 
Am M 63 : 406 
Innocents of Broadway 

In Gentle grafter 
Jim Peters as a personal magnet 

In Gentle grafter 
Jimmie Hayes and Muriel 
In Sixes and sevens 
Munsey 29: 127 
Lady higher up 

In Sixes and sevens 
Last leaf 

In Trimmed lamp 
Last of the troubadours 
In Sixes and sevens 
Everybody's 19: 16 
Law and order 

In Sixes and sevens 
Everybody's 23:299 
Let me feel your pulse [Adventures in 
neurasthenia] 
In Let me feel your pulse 
Sixes and sevens 
Cosmopol 49: 217 



146 



IXDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Henry, O.— Continued. 
Lickpenny lover 

In Voice of the city 
Little local colour 

In Whirligigs 
"Little speck in garnered fruit" 

In Voice of the city 
Lonesome road 

In Roads of destiny 
Lord Oakhurst's curse 

In Rolling stones 
Lost blend 

In Trimmed lamp 
Lost on dress parade 

In Four million 
Lotus and the bottle 

In Cabbages and kings 
Love-philtre of Ikey Schoenstein 

In Four million 
Lullaby boy 

In Rolling stones 
Madame Bo-peep, of the ranches 

In Whirligigs 
Madison Square Arabian night 

In Trimmed lamp 
Makes the whole world kin 

In Sixes and sevens 
Making of a New Yorker 

In Trimmed lamp 
Mammon and the archer 

In Four million 
Man about town 

In Four million 
Man higher up 

In Gentle grafter 
Marionettes 

In Rolling stones 
Marquis and Miss Sally 

In Rolling stones 
Marry month of May 

In Whirligigs 
Masters of arts 

in Cal)bages and kings 
Matter of mean elevation 

In Whirligigs 
Medley of moods. See Henry, O. Two 

women 
Memento 

In Voice of the city 
Memoirs of a yellow dog 

In Four million 
Midsummer knight's dream 

In Trimmed lamp 
Midsummer masquerade 

In Gentle grafter 
Alissing chord; a tale of Texas 

In Heart of the West 
Cent 68:313 
Modern rural sports 

In Gentle grafter 
Moment of victory 

In Options 
Money maze 

In Cabbages and kings 
Municipal report 

In Strictly business 
Murderer 

In Rolling stones 
Nemesis and the candy man 

In Voice of the city 



New Manhattan nights 

In Am M 66:433, 540; 67:88 
New York by campfire light 

In Sixes and sevens 
Newspaper story 

In Whirligigs 
Next to reading matter 

In Roads of destiny 
Everybody's 17: 735 
Night in the new Arabia 

In Strictly business 
Everybody's 18: 302 
No story 

/;; Options 
Nothing to say 

In Rolling stones 
October and June 

In Sixes and sevens 
Octopus marooned 

In Gentle grafter 
Old farm 

In Rolling stones 
On behalf of the management 

In Roads of destiny 
One dollar's worth 

In Whirligigs 
Munsey 29: 127 
One thousand dollars 

In Voice of the city 
Passing of Black Eagle 

In Roads of destiny 
Past one at Rooney's 

/;( Strictly business 
Pendulum 

In Trimmed lamp 
Pewee 

In Rolling stones 
Philistine in Bohemia 

In Voice of the city 
Phoebe 

In Roads of destiny 
Everybody's 17: 592 
Phonograph and the graft 

In Cabbages and kings 
McClure 20: 428 
Pimienta pancakes 

In Heart of the West 
McClure 22: 141 
Plutonian fire 

In Voice of the city 
Poet and the peasant 

In Strictly business 
Poor rule 

In Options 

Everybody's 21 : 234 
Pride of the cities 

In Sixes and sevens 
Princess and the puma 

In Heart of the West 
Prisoner of Zembla 

In Rolling stones 
Proof of the pudding 

In Strictly business 
Psyche and the pskyscraper 

In Strictly business 
Purple dress 

In Trimmed lamp 
Queries and answers 

In Rolling stones 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



147 



Quest of Soapy 

In Cur Lit 45: 581 
Ramble in aphasia 

In Strictly business 
Ransom of Mack 
In Heart of the West 
McClure 24: 123 
Ransom of red chief 

/;; Whirligigs 
Rathskeller and the rose 

In Voice of the city 
Reformation of Calliope 
In Heart of the West 
Remanats of the code 

In Cabbages and kings 
Renaissance at Charleroi 
In Roads of destiny 
Era 10: 368 
Retrieved reform. See Henry, O. Re- 
trieved reformation 
Retrieved reformation 
In Roads of destiny 
Cosmopol 34: 632 
Roads of destiny 

In Roads of destiny 
Roads we take 

In Whirligigs 
Robe of peace 

In Strictly business 
Romance of a busy broker 

In Four million 
"Rose of Dixie" 
In Options 

Everybody's 18: 761 
Roses, ruses and romance 

In Voice of the city 
Rouge et noir 

hi Cabbages and kings 
Rubaiyat of a Scotch highball 

In Trimmed lamp 
Ruler of men 

In Rolling stones 

Everybody's 15: 157 
Rus in urbe 

1)1 Options 
Sacrifice hit 

In Whirligigs 
School and schools 

In Options 
Seats of the haughty 
In Heart of the West 
Munsey 36: 285 
Service of love 

In Four million 
Shamrock and the palm 

In Cabbages and kings 
Shearing the wolf 

In Gentle grafter 
Ships 

In Cabbages and kings 
Shocks of doom 

In Voice of the city 
Shoes 

In Cabbages and kings 
Sisters of the golden circle 

In Four million 
Skylight room 

In Four million 
Sleuths 

In Sixes and sevens 



Smith 

In Cabbages and kings 
Snapshot at the president 

In Rolling stones 
Snow man 

In Hampton 25: 231 
Social triangle 

In Trimmed lamp 
Sociology in serge and straw 

In Whirligigs 
Some letters 

In Rolling stones 
Some postscripts 

In Rolling stones 
Song and the sergeant 

In Whirligigs 
Sound and fury 

In Rolling stones 
Sphinx apple 

/;; Heart of the West 
Springtime a la carte 

In Four million 
Squaring the circle 

In Voice of the city 
Strange stories 

In Rolling stones 
Strictly business 

In Strictly business 
Suite homes and their romance 

In Whirligigs 
Supply and demand 

In Options 
Tale of a tainted tenner 

In Trimmed lamp 
Tamales 

In Rolling stones 
Technical error 
In Whirligigs 
Telemachus, friend 
In Heart of the West 
Munsey 34: 286 
Tempered wind 
In Gentle grafter 
McClure 23:349 
Theory and the hound 

In Whirligigs 
Thimble, thimble 

In Options 
Thing's the play 

In Strictly business 
Third ingredient 
In Options 

Everybody's 19:790 
Tictocq 

1)1 Rolling stones 
To him who waits 
1)1 Options 

Collier's 42: Ja 23 p 15 
Tobin's palm 
1)1 Four million 
McClure 21: 443 
Tommy's burglar 

In Whirligigs 
Tracked to doom 

In Rolling stones 
Transformation of Martin Burney 

In Sixes and sevens 

Transients in Arcadia 

In Voice of the city 



148 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Henry, O. —Cofilinttcd. 
Trimmed lamp 

III Trimmed lamp 
]\IcClure 27: 391 
Two recalls 

1)1 Cabbages and kings 
Two renegades 

III Roads of destiny 
Two Thanksgiving day gentlemen 

In Trimmed lamp 
Two women: the one. a fog in santone: 
the other, a medley of moods 
/;; Two women 
Ulysses and the dogman 

/;; Sixes and sevens 
Unfinished Christmas story 

In Rolling stones 
Uniinished story 
In Four million 
McClure 25: 422 
Unknown quantity 

III Strictlj' business 
Unprofitable servant 
III Rolling stones 

Everybody's 25:787 
\'anity 

III Rolling stones 
Vanity and some sables 

In Trimmed lanvp 
Venturers 

In Strictly business 
Everybody's 21:486 
Vitagraphoscope 

In Cabbages and kings 
^'oice of the city 

In Voice of the city 
"What you want" 

/;; Strictly business 
While the auto waits 

In Voice of the city 
Whirligig of life 
In Whirligigs 

Harper 107: 317 
Whistling Dick's Christmas stocking 
In Roads of destiny 
McClure 14: 138 
Witches' loaves 

In Sixes and sevens 
World and the door 
In Whirligigs 
Am lAI 64: 412 
Henry. Cutting, M. S. 

Henry Koehler, misogynist. Singmaster, E. 
Henry Smith's honeymoon. Jordan, E. G. 
Hephzibah Guinness. Mitchell, S. W. 
Hepzibah's turkeys. Hale, E. E. 
Her audience of two. Jordan, E. G. 
Her baby brother. Moulton, L. C. 
Her captivity. Conrad, J. 
Her character. Hibbard, G. A. 
Her Christmas. Freeman, M. E. W. 
Her Christmas cabby. Troubetzkoy, A. C. 
Her dying words. -Udrich, T. B. 
Her eyes arc doves. Spofford, II. P. 
Her father's daughter. Bacon, J. D. 
Her father's wife. Maartcns, M. 
Her fiance. Bacon, J. D. 
Her first appearance. Davis, Ricliard H. 
Her first ( hristmas party. Donnell, A. H. 
Her first horse show. Gray, D. 
Her friend. Jordan, ]■".. G. 



Her great-grandmother's ghost. Page, T. N. 

Her housecleaning day. Cutting, M. S. 

Her husband. French, A. W. 

Her ladyship. Moulton, L. C. 

Her last day. Jordan, E. G. 

Her last word Maartens, M. 

Her letter to his second wife. Matthews, 

J. B. 
Her letters. Brown, A. 
Her little responsibility. Kipling. R. 
Her little sister. Bacon, J. 1). 
Fler lover. Gorky, M. 
Her lover. Stockton, F. R. 
Her majesty's servants. Kipling, R. 
Her man of fate. Gibbon, P. 
Her marital recapitulation. French, A. W. 
Her marriage day. Watson, J. 
Her marriage lines. Bland, E. N. 
Her neighbor's creed. Cameron, M. 
Her neighbor's landmark. Trumbull. A. E. 
Her own country. Singmaster, E. 
Her own doing. Norris, W. E. 
Her own storj'. Gibbon, P. 
Her stepmother. Bacon, J. D. 
Her stocking. Hibbard, G. A. 
Her story. Spofiford, H. P. 
Her sympathetic editor Page, T. N. 
Her two husbands. Zola, E. 
Her uncle. Jacobs, W. W. 
Her Virginia mammy. Chesnutt, C. W. 
Her way of convincing him. Hibbard, G. A. 
Her weight in gold. McCutcheon. G. B. 
Heralds of fame Barr, R. 
Herb called heartsease. White, W. A. 
Hercules and Aphrodite. ]\Ierrick, L. 
Heresy of Abner Caliban. Harben, W. N. 
Heritage. Cutting, M. S. 
Heritage. Maupassant, G. de 
Heritage of Dedlow marsh. Ilarte, B. 
Herman's ma. , Brown, A. 
Hermaphrodite. Maupassant, G. de 
Hermit. Hibbard, G. A. 
Hermit. Maupassant, G. de 
Hermit and the wild woman. Wharton. E. 
Hermit in Arcadia. Brown, A. 
Hermit of Le Croisie. Balzac, H. de 
Hermit of Saint-Eugene. Norris, W. E. 
Hermit of — street. Green, A. K. 
Hermitage. Sec Brown, E. L. At the her- 
mitage 
Hero of Com])any G. Thanet, O. 
Hero worship. Williams, J. L. 
Herodias. Flaubert, G. 
Heroes. Conncdly, J. B. 
Herrick, Robert, 1868- 
Avalanche 

In Scrib M 41 : 705 
End of desire 

In Atlan 92: 462 
General manager 

In Scrib M 43: 270 
His leetle trees 

In Everybody's 27:35 
In the doctor's office 

In Scrib M 43: 103 
Literary love-letters 

In Literary love-letters 
Atlan 74:814 
Love's dilemmas 

/;( Love's dilemmas 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



149 



Man who wins 

III Man who wins 
Mare Morto 

In Literary love-letters 
Marriage by proxv 

In Love's dilemmas 
Master of the inn 

In Scrib M 42:669 
Miracle 

In Harper 124: 138 
Miss Atherton's mission 

In Love's dilemmas 
Mute 

In Love's dilemmas 
Payment in full 

In Literary love-letters 
Pension love storv 

In Love's dilemmas 
Polity of nature 

In Lippinc 68: 458 
Price of romance 
In Literary love-letters 
Scrib M 18:60 
Professor's chance 
In Atlan 87: 723 
Prothalamion 

In Literary love-letters 
Psychological moment 
In Love's dilemmas 
Question in art 
In Literary love-letters 
Scrib M 17: 514 
Rejected Titian 
In Literary love-letters 
Scrib M 22: 29 
Temple of Juno 

In Atlan loi: 353 
Temporary infidelity 

In Love's dilemmas 
Their child 
In Their child 
Herrisdale. Maartens, M. 
Herself. Hibbard, G. A. 
Hester. Mitford, M. R. 
Hewlett, Maurice Henry, 1861- 
Beckwith's fairy 

In Scrib M 46: 129 
Brazenhead the great 
In Fond adventures 
Buondelmonte's saga 
In Fond adventures 
Harper 106:343, 541 
Cast of the apple 

In New Canterbury tales 
Harper 103: 402 
Countess Alys. See Hewlett, M. H. 

Scrivener's tale 
Countess of Picpus 

In Putnam's 2:36, 171, 305 
Dan Costard's tale of Peridore and Para- 
vail 
In New Canterbury tales 
Duchess of Nona 

In Little novels of Italy 
Lippinc 64: 323 
Eugenio and Galeotto [Logic of events] 
In New Canterbury tales 
Anglo Saxon R 5: 37 
Fairy wife 

In Cent 85: 500 



Half-brothers 
In New Canterbury talcs 
Fortn 75:939 
Putnam's 3: 86, 172 
Heart's key 
In Fond adventures 
Harper 104: 2 
Ippolita of the hills [Paduan pastoral] 

In Little novels of Italy 
Judgment of Borso 
In Judgment of Borso 
Little novels of Italy 
Logic of events. See Hewlett, M. H. 

Eugenio and Galeotto 
Love chase 

In Fond adventures 
Madonna of the peach tree 
In Little novels of Italy 

Madonna of the peach tree 
Marriage of Quidnunc 

In Forum 44: 691 
Master Richard Smith's tale of the cast 
of the apple. See Hewlett, M. H. 
Cast of the apple 
Messer Cino and the live coal 
In Little novels of Italy 
Liv Age 219: 240 
Macmillan M 78: 296 
Oreads 

In Forum 44: 283 
Paduan pastoral. See Hewlett, M. H. 

Ippolita of the hills 
Percival Perceforest's tale of Eugenio and 
Galeotto 
In New Canterbury tales 
Peridore and Paravail. See Hewlett, 

M. H. Dan Costard's tale 
Prioress of Ambresbury's tale of Saint 
Gervaise of Plessy. See Hewlett, 
M. H. Saint Gervaise 
Quattrocentisteria 

In Quattrocentisteria 
Ruinous face 
In Ruinous face 
Harper 119: 456 
Sacrifice at Prato 

In Sacrifice at Prato 
Saint Gervaise of Plessy 
In New Canterbury tales 
Saint Gervaise of Plessy 
Fortn 74: 1049 
Scrivener's tale of the Countess Alys 
In New Canterbury tales 
Fortn 76: 332 
Spanish jade 

In Harper 113: 489 
"Heyo, House!" Plarris, J. C. 
Heyse, Paul Johann Ludwig. 1830- 
Andrea Delfin 

In Hawthorne, J. Library mystery and 
detective stories, German 
L'Arrabiata [The fury] 
In L'Arrabiata 
Selected stories 

Mabie, H. 'W., and Strachey, L. 

Little masterpieces of fiction v 3 

Stories by foreign authors, German 

V I 

At the ghost hour 
In At the ghost hour 



ISO 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Heyse, Paul Johann Ludwig — Continued. 
Barbarossa 

/;; Barbarossa 
Beatrice 

In Dead lake 
Beginning and end 

In Dead lake 

Every Saturday 7: iii, 149 
Bcppc, the star-gazer 

In Selected stories 
Blind 

In L'Arrabiata 1 

Christmas present 

In Harper 82: 16 
Count Ernest's home 

/;; L'Arrabiata 
Divided heart 

In Divided lieart 
Donkey 

In Words never to be forgotten 
Doomed 

In Dead lake 
Embroidercss of Treviso 

In Barbarossa 
Emercnz 

In Cosmopol 5:506; 6:71 
Fair Abigail 

In At the ghost hour. The fair Abigail 
Fair Kate 

In Barbarossa 
Fair Kate 
Forest laugh 

In At the frhost hour. The forest laugh 
Fortnight at the dead lake 

In Dead lake 
Fury. See Heyse. P. J. L. L'Arrabiata 
Geoffrey and Garcinde 

In Barl)arossa 
Honest people 

In Cosmopol 20; 649 
House of the unbelieving Thomas 

In At the ghost hour. The house of the 
unbeliever 
Judith Stern 

In Tales from the German 
Lonely ones 

/;; Lippinc 4: 389 
Lost son 

In Barbarossa 
Lottka 

In Barbarossa 
Maria P"rancisca 

In Selected stories 
Mid-day magic 

In At the ghost liour. Mid-day magic 
Minka 

In Divided heart 
My Italian adventure 

In Appleton 6: 506 
Rothenburg on tlic Tauber 

In Divided heart 
Solitaries 

In Solitaries 
Strange heart 

In Cosmopol i: 69 
Walter's little mother 

In L'Arrabiata 
Wedding at Capri 

In Cosmopol 16: 318 
Witch f)f the Corso 
/;( Witch of the Corso 



Words never to be forgotten 
In Words never to be forgotten 
Hi-.Mawari. Hearn, L. 
Hibbard, George Abiah, 1858- 
Aflcr the accident 

In Cent 71 : 321 
Ambassador 

In Harper 116: 380 
Art of love 

In Cosmopol 40: 727 
As others see us 

In Lippinc 66: 903 
"As the sparks fly upward" 
In Governor 

Scrib M 8: 721 
Before his door 

In Reader 7: 36 
Case in point 

//; Scrib M 12: 323 
Chaperon 

In Ladies' H J 22: Je p 8, 51 
Confessions of an engaged couple 

In Ladies' H J 25: F p 15 
Dark horse 

In Cosmopol 8: 86 
Decdlcss drama 
In Governor 

Scrib ^I 7:378 
Divided heart 

In Harper 100: 474 
Dragoness 
In Iduna 

Harper 81: 667 
Earlier manner 

In Cent 50:878 
End of the beginning 
In Governor 
Scrib U 3:82 
Eves of afifcction 

'In Harper ti i: 397 
Flirt 

In Nowadays 
For the love of — 

In Putnam's 3: 717 
Fortunes of the game 

/); Hampton's 24: 586 
Fresh-water romance 
In Governor 

Scrib ]\I 10:774 
From a clear sky 

In Harper 107: 42 
Gentleman from Huron 

In Scrib M 17: 743 
Governor 
In Governor 

Scrib M 6:64 
Grandniama 

/;; Cosmopol 34: 310 
Guilty Sir Guy 
/;/ Nowadays 
Her character 

/;( Cent 72: 302 
Her stocking 

/// Cosmopol 40: 136 
Her wav of convincing him 

In Ladies' H J 27: Je p i6 
Hermit 

In Atlan 07: 444 
Herself 

/;/ Ladies' H 1 21: N p 4. 61 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIKS 



151 



Iduna 

/;; Iduna 

Cent 32: 49 
In maiden meditation 
III Iduna 

Cent 41:443. 
In the midst of life 

III Nowadays 
Journal of a millionaire 

In Cent 65 : 97 
Lawn-mower 

In Everybody's 17^45^ 
Lesson 

/;; Bookm 21:590; 22:30 
Lion in the way 

In Harper 103: 175 
"J\Tad world, my masters" 

/;; Nowadays „ 

]\Iaiden meditation. Sec Hibbard, G. A. 

In maiden meditation 
Marvels of science 

In Scrib M 29: 476 
Matter of fact 
In Governor 

Scrib M 10: 23 
Matter of opinion 

In Scrib M 28:233 
Mazeppa 

/;; Lippinc 91 : 589 
Miss Latymcr _ 

In Scrib M 12: 731 
Morning call 

/;; Harper 106: 305 
Mystery of the centenarian 

In Everybody's 12: 12 
Night before Christmas 

tn Harp B 47: Ja p7 
Nowadays 

In Nowadays 
On the links 

In Cent 64: 827 
One woman's way 

In Cent 49: 275 
Papoose 

In Iduna 
Psyche 

/;/. Harper 93: 772 
Rainy afternoon 

In Scrib M 15:83 
Reproof valiant 

/;; Reader 7- 37^ 
Requirements of the situation 

In McClure 21: 381 
Rosamond's romance 

/;( Harper 91: 219 
Sacrifice to the graces 

In Cosmopol 38: 658 
Shadow of love 

In Cent 67: 126 
Sky-scraper 

In Scrib M 40: 102 
Story 

/;; Harper 97: 30i 
Storv of a great grandfather 

/n' Scrib M 33:76 
Summer intimacy 

In Scrib M 15:363 
Their storv 
In Harper 88:756 



"There's nothing half so sweet in life' 

//( Nowadays 
Thing apart 

In Cent 59: 512 
To Kellogg's farm 

In Delin 74: 119 
Toys 

In Harp B 39: 1079 
Linknown 

In Scrib M 43: 239 
Vehicle of love 

In McClure 22: 627 
Way it was 

In McClure 22: 627 
When Nora bought the piano 

In Munsey 48: 947 
Within the eye of honor 

/;; Harper 95: 34 
Woman in the case 
/;; Iduna 

Cent 38:209 
"Would Dick do that?" 
In Iduna 

Harper 81: 42 
Hichens, Robert Smythe, 1864- 
After tomorrow 

In After tomorrow 
Bye-ways 
Black spaniel 

/;; Black spaniel 
Blessed mime 

In Eng Illnst 18: 345 
Boudoir boy 

/;; Bye-ways 
Charmer of snakes 

In Bye-ways 
Collaborators 

In Folly of Eustace 
Cry of the child 

In Tongues of conscience 
Desert air 

In Black spaniel 
Outing 42:573 
Desert drum 

/;; Black spaniel 
Echo in Egypt 
In Bye-ways 

Temple Bar 109: 34 
Face of the monk 

In Bye-ways 
Figufe in the mirage 

In Black spaniel 
"Fin Tireur" 

In Black spaniel 
Folly of Eustace 

In Folly of Eustace 
Halima and the scorpions 

In Black spaniel 
How love came to Professor Guildea 

/;; Tongues of conscience 
Lady and the beggar 

/;; Tongues of conscience 
Man of promise 

In Eclectic M 125:257, 353 
Liv Age 206: 140, 208 
Man who intervened 

In Bye-ways 
Mission of Mr. Eustace Greyne 
In Black spaniel 



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IXDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Hichens, Robert Smythe —Continued. 
Pancrazia's hair 

/;/ Black spaniel 
Princess and the jewel doctor 

/;; Black spaniel 
Return of the soul 

/;; Folly of Eustace 
Safti's summer day 

III P>lack spaniel 
Sea change 

In Tongues of conscience 
Silent guardian 

In Bye-ways 
Smain 

In Black spaniel 
Spinster 

In Black spaniel 
Tee-to-tum 

In Bye-ways 
"William Foster" 

In Tongues of conscience 
Hichens, R. S., and Hamilton, Lord Frederic 
Trilnite of souls 

/;; Bye-ways 
Hidden house. Troubetzkoy, A. C. 
Hidden masterpiece. See Balzac, H. de. Un- 
known Masterpiece 
Hiding of Black Bill. Henry, O. 
Higgins — a man's Christian. Duncan, N. 
High court of Budgery-Gar. Parker, G. 
High-jinks in the barn Bangs, J. K. 
High steeple of St. Chrysostoms. Kirk, E. O. 
High tide of December. Davis, Rebecca. H. 
High-water mark. Harte, B. 
Higher abdication. Henry, O. 
Higher pragmatism. Henry, O. 
Highland miystic. Watson, J. 
Highland widow. Scott, W. 
Highlands of the city. Black, W. 
Hilary's husband. Litchfield. G. D. 
Hildrcth's wedding day. Earle, M. T. 
Hill of illusion. Kipling, R. 
Hill of pains. Parker, G. 
Hills of Rucl. Sharp, W. 
Hiltons' holiday. Jewett, S. O. 
Himself reljorn. French, A. W. 
Hinge. Cutting, M. S. 
Hippy the dare-devil. Garland, H. 
Hired baby. Corelli, M. 
Hirelings. Zangwill, I. 
His America. Glaspell, S. 
His apparition; a novelette. How^ells, W. D. 
His avenger. See Maupassant, G. de. Aven- 
ger 
His bad angel. Davis, Richard H. 
His bad half-hour. Hopkins, M. S. B. 
His boy. Jordan, E. G. 
His brother's keeper. Kipling, R. 
His chance in life. Kipling, R. 
His Christmas miracle. Craddock, C. E. 
His crowning day. Watson, J. 
His day in court. Craddock, C. E. 
His duty. Thanet, O. 
His enemy. Brown, A. 

His excellency the governor. Andreev, L. N 
His father's heart. Ward, E. S. P. 
His father's son. Wharton, E. 
His first operation. Doyle, A. C. 
His first race. Gray, D. 
His first suicide. Lefevre, E. 



His first wife. Brown. A. 

His Grace the Duke. Aldrich, T. B. 

His heart's desire. Magruder, J. 

His lady of silence. Gibbon, P. 

His last cent. Smith, F. H. 

His leetle trees. Herrick, R. 

His level best. Hale, E. E. 

His lordship. Harrison, C. C. 

His lordship. Jacobs, W. W. 

His loyal heart. Jordan, E. G. 

His Majesty and the fairies. French, A. W. 

His Majesty Baby. Watson, J. 

His Majesty the king. fCipling, R. 

His mother-at-heart. Hopkins, M. S. B. 

His mother's New Year. Spofford, H. P. 

His mother's sermon. Watson, J. 

His mother's son. Ferber, E. 

His need of Mis' Simmons. Pratt, L. 

His new mittens. Crane, S. 

His noinination. Hopkins, M. S. B. 

His old love. Hopkins, M. S. B. 

His one and only meet. French, A. W. 

His opportunity. Hopkins, M. S. B. 

His other engagement. Van Dyke, H. 

His other self. Jacobs, W. W. 

His own people. Tarkington, B. 

His perfect alibi. Futrelle, J. 

Flis practical view of things. Harris, J. C. 

His prerogative. Hopkins, M. S. B. 

His price. Hopkins, M. S. B. 

His private capacity. Watson, J. 

His private honour. Kipling, R. 

His relict. Ward, E. S. P. 

His senior class day. Stetson, G. E. C. 

His servant. Strindberg, J. A. 

His soul to keep. Ward, E. S. P. 

His story, their letters. French, A. W. 

His terrible father. French, A. W. 

His uncle's memory. Moulton, L. C. 

His unquiet ghost. Craddock, C. E. 

His version of it. Ford, P. L. 

His wedded wife. Kipling, R. 

His wife. Gibbon, P. 

His wife. See Ward, E. S. P. Avery 

His wife's deceased sister. Stockton, F. R. 

His word of honor. Perry, B. 

His worship the goose-driver. Bennett, E. A. 

History of a fall. Kipling, R. 

History of Alix de Morainville. Cable, G. W. 

History of an acre. Reade, C. 

History of Lady Betty Stair. Seawell, 

M. E. 
History of Mr. Fantom. More, IL 
History of over-sea. Le Galliennc, R. 
History of over sea. Morris, W., tr. 
History of Photogen and Nycteris. Macdon- 

ald, G. 
History of Samuel Titmarsh and the great 

Hoggarty diamond. Thackeray, W. M. 
History of the Hardcombcs. Hardy, T. 
Hobbes, John Oliver. See Craigie, P. M. T. 
Hobby rider. Jerome, J. K. 
Hoffmann, Ernst Theodor Wilhelm, 1776- 
1 8 j_' 

Agate lu'art 

In Hoffmann's strange stories 

Antonia's song 

In Hoffmann's strange stories 

Arthur's hall 

In Weird tales v i 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



153 



Berthold the madman 

In Hoffmann's strange stories 
Cardillac, the jeweller 

In Hoffmann's strange stories 
Cooper of Nuremburg • 

In Hoffmann's strange stories 
Coppelius the sandman. See Hoffmann, 

E. T. W. Sandman 
Cremona violin 
In Weird tales v i 

Mabie, H. W.. and Strachey, L. 

Little masterpieces of fiction v 2 

Stories by foreign authors, German 

V I 

Doge and dogess 

In Weird tales v 2 
Entail 

In Weird tales v i 
Facination 

In Hoffmann's strange stories 
Fermata 

In Weird tales v i 
Gambler's luck 

In Weird tales v 2 
Golden pot 

In Carlyle, T. German romance v 2 
Lost reflection 

In Hoffmann's strange stories 
Mademoiselle dc Scuderi 

In Weird tales v 2 
Master Johannes Wacht 

In Weird tales v 2 
Master Martin the cooper 

In Weird tales v 2 
Mystery of the deserted house 

In Hoffmann's strange stories 
Nutcracker and Mouseking 

In Nutcracker and Mouseking 
Pharo bank 

In Hoffmann's strange stories 
Salvator Rosa 

In Hoffmann's strange stories 
Sandman 

In Weird tales v i 
Signor Formica 

In Weird tales v i 
Walled up door 

In Hoffmann's strange stories 
Hogg, James (Ettrick Shepherd, pseud.) 

1770-1835 
Adam Bell 

In Tales and sketches v 3 
Adam Scott 

In Tales and sketches v 4 
Adventures of Basil Lee 

In Tales and sketches v 3 
Adventures of Colonel Peter Aston 

In Tales and sketches v 6 
Baron St. Gio 

In Tales and sketches v 4 
Bridal of Polmood 

In Talcs and sketches v 2 
Brownie of Bodsbeck 

In Tales and sketches v i 
Brownie of the Black Hags 

In Tales and sketches v 3 
Cameronian preacher's tale 

In Tales and sketches v 2 



Country dreams and apparitions: i. Wife 
of Lochmabeh; 2, Cousin Mattie; 3, 
Welldean Hall; 4, Tibby Johnston's 
wraith 

In Tales and sketches v 2 
Country funeral 

III Tales and sketches v 3 
Cousin Mattie. See Hogg, J. Country 

dreams and apparitions 
Duncan Campbell 

In Tales and sketches v 3 
Emigration" 

In Tales and sketches v 4 
Evan M'Gabhar 

In Talcs and sketches v i 
Fraser 6: 450 
Fords of Galium 

In Tales and sketches v 2 
George Dobson's expedition to Hell 

In Tales and sketches v 3 
Gordon and the Gipsey 

In Tales and sketches v 6 
Hunt of Eildon 

In Tales and sketches v 3 
Julia M'Kenzie 

In Tales and sketches v 5 
Katie Cheyne • 

In Tales and sketches v 3 
Laird of Cassway 

In Tales and sketches v 3 
Long pack 

In Tales and sketches v 3 
Marvellous doctor 

In Tales and sketches v 4 
Blackw 22 : 349 
Mary Burnet 

In Tales and sketches v 4 
Mary Montgomery 

In Tales and sketches v 6 
Mr. Adamson of Laversdope 

In Tales and sketches v 3 
Mi^sterious bride 

In Tales and sketches v 4 
Blackw 28: 943 
Nancy Chisholm 

In Tales and sketches v 4 
Old soldier's tale 

In Tales and sketches v 3 
Prodigal son 

In Tales and sketches v 3 
Robb Dodds 

In Tales and sketches v 3 
School of misfortune 

1)1 Tales and sketches v 3 
Shepherd's wedding 

In Tales and sketches v 2 
Sound morality 

In Tales and sketches v 2 
Souters of Selkirk 

In Tales and sketches v 3 
Story of good Queen Bess 

In Tales and sketches v 2 
Story of the forty-six 

In Tales and sketches v 4 
Strange courtship 

In Tales and sketches v 4 
Surpassing adventures of Allan Gordon 

In Tales and sketches v i 
Tale of Pentland 

In Tales and sketches v i 



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IXDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Hogg, James — Continued. 
Tale of the martyrs 

111 Talcs and sketches v 4 
Tibl)y llyslop's dream 

In Tales and sketches v 4 
Tibby Johnson's wraith. See Hogg, J. 

Country dreams and apparitions 
Trials of temper 

/;/ Talcs and sketches v 2 
Two Highlanders 

In Tales and sketches v 4 
Wat Pringlc o' the yair 

In Tales and sketches v 6 
Watchmaker 

/;/ Tales and sketches v 4 
Wclldean Hall. Sec Hogg, J. Country 

dreams and apparitions 
Widow Wat's courtship 

In Tales and sketches v 4 
Wife of Lochmabeh. See Hogg, J. Coun- 
try dreams and apparitions 
Witches of Traquair 

In Tales and sketches v 4 
Wool-gatherer 

In Tales and sketches v i 
Hoggarty diamond. See Thackeray, W. AI. 

History of Samuel Titmarsh, etc. 
Hogni and Hedim. See Morris, W. Tale 

of Hogni 
Holbrook, Florence 

Why the cat always falls upon her feet 
In Tappan, E. M. Children's hour i: 
519 
Why the evergreen trees never lose their 
leaves 
In Tappan, E. M. Children's iiour i: 

Why there is a man in the moon 

In Tappan, E. .M. Children's hour i: 
517 

Hold-uj). See Janvier, T. A. Hart's neph- 
ew's hold-up 

Hold-up at the canyon head. Lewis, A. II. 

Holding hands. Morris, G. 

Holding up a train. Henry, O. 

Hole. Maupassant, G. de 

Hole in the cap. White, S. E. 

Hole in the wall. Alcott, L. M. 

Holford will case. .Morrison, A. 

Holiday. Bland, E. N. 

Holiday romance. Dickens, C. 

"Hollow below the devil's finger." See 
Korolenko, V. G. Sketches of a Siberian 
tourist 

Hollow land. Morris, W'. 

Hollow of the three hills. Hawtiiorne, N. 

Hollow ruby. Hawthorne, J. 

Holly arid pizen. Stuart, R. M. 

Holly-tree. Dickens, C. 

Holstomer. See Tolstoi, L. N. Kholstomcr 

Holy cross. Field, IC. 

Holy medal. Coppce, F. 

Holy night. Lagerlof, S. 

Holy terror. Bierce, A. 

Holy wedlock. Zangwill, I. 

Home-coming. Doyle, A. C. 

Home coming. Maupassant, G. dc 

Home-coming. Singmaster, I'".. 

Home-coming of Coloml I lucks. Wliilc, 
W. A. 



Home-coming of Jim Wilkes. Harte. B. 
Home kraal. Gibbon, P. 
Home of the bride. Brown, A. 
Home-sickness. Moore, G. 
Home tragedy. Verga, G. 
Homely heroine. Ferber, E. 
Homespun wizardry. Brown, .\. 
Homeward bound. Jacobs, \\'. W. 
Homo. Smith, F. H. 
Ilonest ideal. Maupassant. G. de 
Honest log-roller. Zangwill, I. 
Elonest people. Heyse, P. J. L. 
Honest soul. Freeman, M. E. \N . 
Honey and myrrh. Brown, A. 
Honey-bee. France, A. 
Honey tree. Jewett. S. O. 
Honeymoon. Bennett, E. .\. 
Honeymoon Gissing, G. R. 
Honfieur the sedate Janvier, T. A. 
Honor O'Callaghan. Mitford, M. R. 
Honor of a gentleman. Comer, C. A. 
Honor of France. Janvier, T. A. 
Honor of the road. Hornung, E. W. 
Honor of the troop. Remington, F. 
Honorable Laura. Hardy, T. 
Honorable Miss Moonlight. Watanna, O. 
Honored in the breach. Magruder, J. 
Honorine. Balzac, H. de 
Honors of defeat. Overton, G. 
Hoodlum band; or. The boy chief, the in- 
fant politician, and the oirate prodigv. 
Harte, B. 
Hoodoo of the Minnietta. Austin, M. H. 
Hood's wood violet. Loomis, C. B. 
Hookedy-crookedy. ?iLicManus, S. 
Hooking water-melon. I'ellamy, E. 
Hop-frog. Poe, E. A. 
Hop-O'-My-Thumb (adapted). Scudder. 

H. E. 
Hope, Anthony. See Hawkins, Anthony 

Hope 
Hope. Galsworthy, J. 
Hope. Maupassant, G. dc 
Hope deferred. Bacon, J. D. 
Hopes. Bremer, F. 

Hope's clad in April green. Kielland. A. L. 
Hopkins, Mrs. Margaret Sutton (Briscoe) 
1864- 
Animation of Beck Ann 

/;/ Harp B 32: 1050 
Annie Tousey's little game 
/;; Jimty and others 
Harper O' : '7') 
Apples of gold 
/// Sixth sense 

Scrib o s 12: 677 
Assistant bishoji 

In Change of lieart 
Chip 

/;; Perchance to dream 
Christmas mummers 

In Jimty, and others 
Concealed weapons 
/;; Jimty, and others 
Cent 54: 616 
Creating a vacuum 
/;/ Change of heart 
Outlook 61): 1020 
Cnl)aii cactus 

/" I larper 100: 485 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



155 



Daughter's heart 

In Harper 116: 936 
Debt of honor 

In Everybody's 16:80 
Debtors 

In Change of heart 
"Die, which I won't" 

In Perchance to dream 
Echo 

In Jimty, and others 
Entomological wooing 
In Jinity, and others 
Fifteen county rock 

In Perchance to dream 
Gentleman-in-plush 

In Perchance to dream 
Girl that Peter brought 

In Ladies' H J 26: Mr p 12 
Goose-chase 

//( Jimty, and others 
His bad half-hour 

In Harp W 48: 1708 
His mother-at-heart 

In Ladies' H J 26: D p 16 
His nomination 

In Harper 98: 465 
His old love 

In Harper loi : 405 
His opportunity 

In Harp W A7'- 756 
His prerogative 

/;; Harper 107: 196 
His price 

In Harper 106: 583 
How Sarah paid for peace 

In Cent 54: 281 
How the spirit moved Cynthia 

In Perchance to dream 
I. O. U. 

In Sixth sense 
Image of Eve 

In Harper 116: 516 
In loco parentis 

In Harper 108: 524 
It is the custom 

In Jimty, and others 
Jimty 

In Jimty, and others 
Harper 91: 439 
Legacy 

In Perchance to dream 
Little still 

In Outook 76: 836 
Made in heaven 

hi Harper 115: 546 
Mathilda's address book 

In Sixth sense 
Matriculation of Courtney 

/;; Harper 108: 380 
Miss Chesilia McCarthy 
In Perchance to dream 
Mortal coil 

in Sixth sense 
Ned 

In Perchance to dream 
Overland n s 17: 152 
Of her own household 

In Sixth sense 
Old Peninsula house 
In Perchance to dream 



Oscar and Louise 
In Change of heart 
Scrib M 30: 436 
Perchance to dream 

In Perchance to dream 
Price of peace 

In Jimty, and others 
Princess I-would-I-wot-not 
In Jimty, and others 
Harper 94: 475 
Quarter loaf 

In Jimty, and others 
Red tassels 

In Change of heart 
Cent 66:- 380 
Salt of the earth 

In Jimty, and others 
Secret 

In Harp W 53: Ag 21 p 22 
Sixth sense 
In Sixth sense 
Haroer 96: 247 
Sporting chance 

/;; Ladies' H J 25 O p 16 
Tea-leaf 

In Perchance to dream 
Temple of Solomon 
In Sixth sense 
Cent 57:692 
Thomas Bate's covenant 
/;( Perchance to dream 
Through a glass darkly 

In Perchance to dream 
Uncle Elijah's corner cupboard 

In Sixth sense 
Versus the same 

In Harper 116: 769 ^^ 
"Whither tliou goest" 
In Change of heart 
Harper 104: 239 
Will and a way 
In Sixth sense 
Hopkins, William John, 1863- 
Betty Bcthune 

In Harper 126: 699 
Burbury Stoke 
In Burbury Stoke 
Atlan no: 145 
Cecily 

In Meddlings of Eve 
Atlan 104: 145 
Clammer 
In Clammer 
Atlan 96: 145 
Daughter of the rich 
In Clammer 
Atlan 96: 736 
Doctor 

In Atlan 102: 348 
Fall of the house of Johns 

In Atlan 98: 194 
Fisherman 

In Atlan 100: 783 
King's son of Palemban 

In Atlan 102: 169 
Margaret 

In Meddlings of Eve 
Aleddlings of Eve 
In Meddlings of Eve 



156 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Hopkins, William John— Continued. 
Old Goodwin's wife 
In Clammcr 
Atlan 97: 309 
Princess who wanted the moon 

/;( Outlook 105: 665 
Skipper of the Matrimony 
In Outlook 102: 727 
Hoppin, Augustus, 1828-1896 
At Auton house 

In Tappan, E. M. Children's hour 10: 
26 
Hor and Kalinitch. See Turgcnev, I. S. 

Khor and Kalinitch 
Horai. 11 earn, L. 
Horatio Sparkins. Dickens, C. 
Horla. Maupassant, G. de 
Horn-o'-the-moon. Brown, A. 
Horn of plent3^ Freeman, M. E. W. 
Hornung, Ernest William, 1866- 
After the fact 

In Some persons unknown 
Chamber's J 73: 6, 5c 
Angel of life 

In Witching Hill 
"Author! Author!" 

In Some persons unknown 
Bad nieht 

In Thief in the night 
Black hole of Glenranald 

In Stingaree 
Bride from the bush 

In Bride from the bush 
Bushranger at bay 

In Stingaree 
Chest of silver 

In Thief in the night 
Chrystal's century 
In Atlan 91: 738 
Costume piece 

In Amateur cracksman 
Criminologist's club 

In Thief in the night 
Croucher — hopeless case: a crime doctor 
story 
In Everybody's 29:257 
Duel in the desert 

In Stingaree 
Farewell performance 

In Some persons unknown 
Fate of Faustina 
In Raffles 

Scrib M 29: 277 
Field of Philipoi 

In Thief in the night 
Gentleman and players 

In Amateur cracksman 
Gift of the emperor 

In Amateur cracksman 
Golden key: a problem in lovers for the 
crime doctor 
In Everybody's 29:559 
Governess of Greenlnish 
In Some persons unknown 
Chamber's J 72: 74 
Honor of the road 

In Stingaree 
House with the red blinds 

In Witching hill 
Ides of March 
In Amateur cracksman 



Jubilee present 
In Raffles 

Scrib M 29: 220 
Kenj'on's innings 

/" Some persons unknown 
Liv Age 193: 584 
Longman's 19:614 
Knees of the gods 

In Raffles 
Lady of the lift 

/" Scrib M 46: 156 
Lady Vera, semi-militant: the crime doc- 
tor gains an assistant 
In Everybody's 30:413 
Last laugh 
In Raffles 

Scrib M 29: 483 
Last word 

/;; Thief in the night 
Life-preserver: a crime doctor story 

In Everybody's 28: 758 
Literary coincidence 

In Some persons unknown 
Local colour 

In Witching hill 
Locked room 

yu Witching hill 
Magic cigar 

In Some persons unknown 
Matter of two ciphers 

In Everybody's 29:660 
Moth and the star 

/" Stingaree 
Mv double 

In Harp W 48: 1284 
Nine points of the law 

In Amateur cracksman 
No sinecure 
In Raffles 

Scrib M 29: 30 
Old flame 
In Raffles 

Scrib M 29: 707 
One possessed: the crime doctor solves 
the mystery of the brown devils 
In Everybody's 30: 273 
Physician who healed himself: a crime 
doctor story 
In Everybody's 28:590 
Poet of the Jumping Sandhills 

In Scrib M 49: 326 
Premier pas 

In Amateur cracksman 
Purification of Mulfera 

7" Stingaree 
Raffles relics 

/;; Thief in the night 
Rest cure 

In Thief in the night 
Return match 

/;; Amateur cracksman 
Shadow of a man 

In Lippinc 65: 323 
Shadow of the law 
/;) ]\Iunsey 26: K) 
Spin of the coin 

In Some persons unknown 
Spoils of sacrilege 

In Thief in the night 
Star of the Grasmcrc 

/;; Some persons unknown 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



157 



Stroke of five 

In Belgravia 64: 70 
Taking of Stingaree 

In Stingaree 
Temple of Bacchus 
In Witching hill 
Thief in the night 

In Thief in the night 
. To catch a thief 
In Raffles 

Scrib M 29:591 
"To the vile dust" 

/;;. Stingaree 
Trap to catch a cracksman 

In Thief in the night 
Under arms 

In Witching hill 
Unhallowed ground 

In W'itching hill 
Vicious circle 

In Witching hill 
Villain-worshipper 

In Stingaree 
Voice in the wilderness 

In Stingaree 
Voice of Gunbar 

In Some persons unknown 
Widow of Piper's Point 

In Some persons unknown 
Wilful murder 

In Amateur cracksman 
Wrong house 
In Raffles 

Scrib M 30:343 
Horrible. Maupassant, G. de 
Horror on the stair. Quiller-Couch, A. T. 
Horrors of Paris. Dumas, A. 
Horse that b'leeved he'd get there. Slos- 

son, A. T. 
Horseman in the sky. Bierce, A. 
Horse's talc. Clemens, S. L. 
Horseshoe. Phillpotts, E. 
Hosier. Blicher, S. S. 
Hoskaninni. Warman, C. 
Hospital patient. Dickens, C. 
Hostage. Liljencrantz, O. A. 
Hostage. Page, T. N. 
Hostages to JMomus. Henry, O. 
Hostile skulls. Jokai, M. 
,Hot-foot Hannibal. Chesnutt, C. W. 
Hotwell's duel. Quillcr-Couch, A. T. 
Houdin, R. (Jean Eugene Robert Houdin) 
1805-1871 
Conjurer's confessions 

/;; Hawthorne, J. Library mystery and 
detective stories, Modern magic 
Hour and the man. Barr, R. 
House and the brain. See Lytton, E. B. 

Haunted and the haunters 
House beyond Pretty marsh. Mitchell, S. W . 
House-boating in China. Ralph, J. 
House built upon sand. Harrison, C. C. 
House-cat. Fuller, H. B. 
House for sale. Daudet, A. 
House in the mist. Green, A. K. 
House of cobwebs. Gissing, G. R. 
House of eld. Stevenson, R. L. 
House of Eulalie. Harland, H. 
House of Haddock. Morrison, A. 
House of life. Cutting, M. S. 



House of Mapuhi. London, J. 

House of Nucingen. See Balzac. II. de. 

Nucingen and Co. 
House of ofYcnse. Austin, M. 11. 
House of pride. London, J. 
House of Rimmon. Dcland, M. 
House of the bride. Brown, A. 
House of the cat and racket. See Balzac, 

H. de. At the sign of the cat and racket 
House of the dead hand. Wharton, E. 
House of the golden song. Peattie, E. W. 
House of the green shudders. Loomis, C. B. 
House of the pomegranates. Wilde, O. ^ 
House of the seven Santas. Bangs, J. K. 
House of the tennis-playing cat. See Bal- 
zac, PI. de. At the sign of the cat and 
racket 
House of the unbelieving Thomas. Heysc, 

P. J. L. 
House of the Wolfings. ^ee :Morns, W. 

Tale of the house of the Wolfings 
House of their rest. Bacon, J. D. 
House of two barbels. Thcuriet, A. 
House on the beach. Meredith, G. 
House on the hill-top. Stetson, G. E. C. 
House opposite. Hawkins, A. H. 
House party. Ouida 
House surgeon. Kipling, R. 
House that was not. Peattie, E. W. 
House with the blinds. Norris, F. 
House with the brick-kiln. Benson, E. F. 
House with the broken shutter. Parker, G. 
House with the red blinds. Hornung, E. W. 
House with the tall porch. Parker, G. 
House with the tower. Brown, A. 
Houseboat on the Styx. Bangs, J. K. 
Household gods. Le Gallicnne, R. 
Household gods. Moulton, L. C. 
Household of felicity. Stetson, G. E. C. 
Household wreck. DeQuincey, T. 
Householders. Quiller-Couch, A. T. 
Housekeeping book. Goeringer, I. 
How a king was found. Harris, J. C. 
How a trout broke a friendship. Reming- 
ton, F. . ., 
How a witch was caught. Harris, J. C. 
How Andrew carried the precinct. Page, 

T. N. 
How Aunt Minervy Ann ran away and back 

again. Harris, J. C. 
How Barrington returned to Joliannesburg. 

Mason, A. E. W. 
How Bernt went whaling. Boyesen, H. 11. 
How Black Snake caught the wolf. Harris, 

J. C. 
How Brother Bear's hau" was combed. 

Harris, J. C. 
How Brother Fox failed to get his grapes. 

Harris, J. C. 
How Brother Fox was too smart. Harris, 

J. C. 
How Brother Lion lost his wool. Harris, 

J. C. 
How Brother Parker fell from grace. Dun- 
bar, P. L. 
How Brother Rabbit frightened his neigh- 
bors. Harris, J. C. 
How Brother Rabbit got the meat. Harris. 

J. c. 

How Christmas came to the Santa Maria 
flats. Peattie, E. W. 



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IXDKX TO SHORT STORIES 



How Condy Dim raised tlie devil. Mac- 
Manus, S. 

How deep knowledge eame to the ehild 
Jesus. Sharp, W. 

How Dickon came by his name, i-'redcrie. 
H. 

How Dr. Davidson kept his last Christmas 
at Drumtochty. Watson, J. 

How doth the sim])le Spelling I'.ee. Wister, 
O. 

How Faith came and went. Slosson, A. T. 

How I'aro Xell dealt bank. Lewis. A. H. 

How fear came. Kipling. R. 

How fear departed from the long gallery. 
Benson, E. F. 

How Fidelia went to the store. Freeman, 
M. E. W. 

How Finlay }iIcGillis held the pier. Barr, R. 

How Fritz became a wizard. Bangs, J. K. 

How Gavin Birse put it to Mag Lowric. 
Barrie, J. M. 

How Gladys hustled. Scr Henry, O. Fickle 
fortune 

How God made Temagami. W'arman. C. 

How he got the Legion of honor. Sec Mau- 
passant, G. de. Legion of honor 

How Hefty Burke got even. Davis, Rich- 
ard H. 

How I edited an agricultural paper. Clem- 
ens, S. L. 

How I got them. Cable, G. W. 

How 1 married him. Collins, W. 

How I sent my aunt to Baltimore. Davi- 
son, C. S. 

How I went to the mines. Harte, B. 

How Jack Rainy quit. Lewis, A. H. 

How Jackson slew the Doc. Lewis, A. H. 

How Jarjaille went to heaven. Daudct, A. 

How Jinny eased her mind. Page, T. N. 

How Lin McLean went East. Wister, O. 

How Livia won the brooch. Harraden, B. 

How love came. Chambers, R. W. 

How love came home. Crockett, S. R. 

How love came to Professor (niildea. 
Hichens, R. S. 

How Master Caxton showed temper. Har- 
raden, B. 

How Aliss Turkington did not see Queen 
Victoria. MacManus, S. 

How Mr. Carteret i)rop()sed. Gray, D. 

How Mr. Rabbit lost liis fine bushy tail. 
Harris, J. C. 

How Mr. Raljbit saved liis meat. Harris. 
J. C. 

How Mr. Rabl)it succeeded in raising a dust. 
Harris, J. C. 

How Mr. Rab])it was too sliarp I'ur Mr. 
Fox. Harris, J. C. 

How Mr. Rooster lost his dinner, ilarris, 

y c. 

How Mr. Storm met his destinj-. Boyesen. 
If. H. 

How much land does a man need? Tolstoi, 
L. X. 

How old Craney-Crow lost his luad. Har- 
ris, J. C. I 

How old man Plunkett went hunie. ilartc. 
B. 

How old Wiggins wore shij). Coffin, R. T. 

H(jw one woman came to marrj-. Moulton, 
L. C. 



How one woman kept her husljand. lack- 
son, H. H. 

How order No. 6 went through. Reming- 
ton, F. 

How Pango Wango was annexed. Par- 
ker, G. 

How Peppa loved Gramigna. See \'erga, G. 
Gramigna's mistress 

How Phidias helped the image-maker. Har- 
raden, B. 

How Pioggi went to l-^lmira. Lewis, A. H. 

How Prince Hal got help. Lewis, A. H. 

How Red Dog came to the rescue. Lewis, 
A. H. 

How Relius bossed the ranch. Page, T. N. 

How Reuben Allen "saw life." Harte. B. 

How Russians meet death. Sec Turgenev, 
L S. Death 

How Santa Claus eame to Simpson's Ijar. 
Harte, B. 

How Sarah ])aid for peace. Hopkins, 
M. S. B. 

How she and ]\lajor Perdue f railed out the 
Gosset boys. Harris, J. C. 

How she joined the Georgia legislature. 
Harris, J. C. 

How she went into business. Harris. J. C. 

How Starbright found his laugh. Andrews, 
M. R. S. 

How the alphajjet was made. Kipling, R. 

How the animals in the wood completed 
their scientific labors. Clemens, S. L. 

How the animals of the wood sent out a 
scientific expedition. Clemens, S. L. 

How the aristocrats sailed away; a sequel 
to The floating prince. Stockton, F. R. 

How the author was sold in Newark. Clem- 
ens, S. L. 

How the bear nursed the little alligator. 
Harris, J. C. 

How the birds talk. Harris, J. C. 

How the camel got his hump. Kipling, R. 

How the captain got his steamer out. 
Barr, R. 

How the captain made Christmas. Page, 
T. N. 

How the cricket cricks. Loomis, C. V>. 

How the Derby was won. Robertson. H. 

How the dumb man rode. Lewis, A. H. 

How the fence-breaker's league was stumped. 
Gray, D. 

How the iirst letter was written. Kipling, R. 

How the good peasant overcame tlie cruel 
overseer. See Tolstoi, !.. X. Candle 

II (iw the king recruited his armv. Ilarris. 
J. C. 

How the law got the chaparral. Reming- 
ton, V. 

How the leopard got his spots. Kipling, R. 

How the little devil earned a crust of bread. 
Tolstoi, L. N. 

How the Mocking P.ird was won. Lewis, 
A. H. 

llow the i)rince saw .America. Glaspell, .S. 

Iliiw the Raj.ih's son won the Princess l..i- 
bam (ad.-iiited). Jacobs, T. 

llow the raven died". Lewis. .\. H. 

How the rhinoeenis got his skin. Kii)ling, R. 

llow the si)irit moved Cviithia. lloi)kins, 
-M. S. B. 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



159 



How tlic terrapin was tau.triit to tly. Harris, 

J- c- 

How tlie whale got his skin. Kiplin.y-, R. 
How the widow crossed the line. Davis. 

Rebecca H. 
How Thor recovered liis hammer. Liljen- 

crantz, O. A. 
How three men went to the moon. Stock- 
ton, F. R. 
How to fight the devil. Stowe, H. B. 
How to write a Blackwood article. Poe. 

E. A. 
How Tricotrin saw Eondon. Merrick, E. 
How Tutt shot Texas Thompson. Eewis, 

A. H. 
How Uncle Thomas gave himself a first- 
class notice. Martin, E. S. 
How Wattle Weasel was caught. Harris, 

J. C. 
How Whalel)one caused a wedding. Harris, 

J. C. 
How Willv Wolf rode m the bag. Harris, 

J. C. 
How Wolfvillc made a jest. Eewis. A. H. 
Howard, Blanch Willis (Baroness von Teuf- 
fel) 1847-1SQ8 
All sails spread for monkeyland 

In Seven on the highway 
Ihalatta! 

In Seven on the highway 
Majesty of the law 

In Seven on the highway 
Marigold-Michel 

In Seven on the highway 
No continuing city 

In Seven on the highway 
Puss-in-boots 

In Seven on the highway 
Tony, the maid 
In Tony, the maid 
Harper 75: 530, 692 
Youth that never smiled 
/" Seven on the highway 
Howe, G. 

Last slave ship 

/;/ Stories of the sea (Stories from 
.Scribner) 
Howells, William Dean, 1837- 
After the wedding; a drama 

/// Harper 106: 512 
Angel of the Lord 

In Questionable shapes 
Apparition. See Elowells, W. D. His ap- 
parition 
At the sign of the savage 
In Eearful responsibility 
Atlan 40: 36 
At third hand 

In Cent 61: 496 
Braybridge's of¥er 

/'( Between the dark and the daylight 
Howells, W. D., and Aldcn, H. M. 

Quaint courtships 
Harper 112: 229 
Bride roses: a scene 
In Harper 87: 424 
Buying a horse 
In Day's pleasure 
Atlan 43:741 



Case of metaphantasmia 

In Between the dark and the daylight 
Harp W 49: 1816 
Chick of the Easter eggs 

hi Between the dark and the daylight 
Harp W 50: 509 
Christmas every day 

In Christmas every day 
Counterfeit presentment 
In Counterfeit presentment 
Atlan 40: 148, 296. 448 
Dau.ghtcr of the storage 

In Harper 123: 572 
Day of their wedding 

/;/ Day of their wedding 
Day's pleasure 

In Day's pleasure 

Atlan 26: 107, 223, 341 
Difficult case 

/;/ Atlan 86: 24, 205 
Doorstep acquaintance 
In Doorstep acquaintance 
Suburban sketches 
Atlan 2T,: 484 
Editha 

In Harper tig: 214 
Eidolons of Brooks Alford 

In Between the dark and the daylight 
Harper 113: 387 
Elevator; a farce 
In Elevator 

Sleeping-car and other farces 
Harper 70: 11 1 
Evening dress; a farce 
In Evening dress 
Cosmopol 13: 116 
Father 

In Howells, W. D., and others. Whole 
family ch i 
Father and mother: a mystery 

In Harper 100: 869 
Fearful responsibility 
In Fearful responsibility 
Scrib o s 22: 276 
Can ad M 20: 59, 134 
Fennel and rue 

In Fennel and rue 
Five o'clock tea; a farce 
In Five o'clock tea 
Mouse-trap 
Harper 76: 86 
Garroters; a farce 
In Garroters 
Mouse-trap 
Harper ■j2: 146 
His apparition 
In Questionable shapes 
Harper 104:621 
Imperative duty 
In Imperative duty 
Harper 83: 191 
Indian giver; a comedy 
In Indian giver 
Harper 94: 235 
Letter of introduction; a farce 
In Lette- of introduction 
Harper 84: 243 
Likely story 
In Likely story 
Mouse-trap 
Harper 78: 26 



i6o 



IXDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Howells, William Dean —Continued. 
Memory tliat worked overtime 

In Between the dark and the daylight 
Harper 115:415 
Airs. Johnson 

In Suburban sketclies 
Mouse-trap; a farce 
In Mouse-trap 
Harper 74: 64 
Open-eyed consoiracy 
In Open-eyed conspiracy 
Cent 52: 345 
Out of the question 
In Out of the question 
Atlan 39: 195, 317, 447 
Pair of patient lovers 

In Harper 95: 832 
Parlor car; a farce 
In Parlor car 

Slccping-car and other farces 
Atlan 38: 290 
Parting and a meeting 

In Parting and a meeting 
Cosmopol 18: 183 
Parting friends; a tragedy 

In Harper 121 : 670 
Previous engagement; a comedy 

In Harper 92: 28 
Private theatricals 

/» Atlan 36:513, 674; 37:11 
Pursuit of the piano 
In Harper 100: 725 
Register; a corned}'- 
III Sleeping-car and other farces 
Harper 68: 70 
Romance of real life 

In Doorstep acquaintance 
Suburban sketches 
Room forty-five; a farce 

In Room forty-five 
Scene 

III Suburban sketches 
Sleep and a forgetting 

In Between the dark and the daylight 
Harp W 50: 1781, 1862. 1899; 51:24 
Sleeping-car; a farce 

In Sleeping-car 
Smoking-car; a farce 

In Smoking-car 
Talking of presentiments 

In Harper 116: 76 
Though one rose from the dead 
In Questionable shapes 
Harper 106: 724 
Tonelli's marriage 

In Doorstep acciuaintance 
Fearful resnonsibility 
Atlan 22:96 
Unexpected guests; a farce 
In Unexpected guests 
Harper 86: 211 
Howe's masquerade. Hawthorne, X. 
Huckleberry. Stockton, b'. R. 
Hugo, Victor Marie, viscomte, 1802-18S5 
Fight with a cannon 

In Patten, W. International short 
stories v 3 
Huldah, the help. Fggleston, E. 
Huldah the prophetess. Wiggin, K. D. 
Human problem. S'rc Futrelle, J. Brown 
coat 



Humble abolitionist. Harben, \^^ N. 
Humble drama. Maupassant, G. de 
Humble pie. Freeman, M. E. W. 
Huml)le romance. Freeman, AI. E. \\'. 
Humiliation. Maupassant, G. de 
Humin' natur' on the Han'bul 'nd St. Jo. 

Field, E. 
Ilumoreske. Van Dyke, H. 
Humplebee. Gissing, G. R. 
Hunding's wife. Huneker, J. G. 
Hundred and oneth. Donnell, A. H. 
Huneker, James Gibbons, 1860- 
Anti-christ 

/)/ Visionaries 
Avatar 

/;; Melomaniacs 
Brynhild's immolation 

/;; Melomaniacs 
Chopin of the gutter 

In Melomaniacs 
Corridor of time 

In Melomaniacs 
Cursory light 

In Visionaries 
Disenchanted symphony 

/;/ jNIelomaniacs 
Dusk of the gods 

In Melomaniacs 
Eighth deadly sin 

In Visionaries 
Emotional acrobat 

/;; Melomaniacs 
Enchanted yodler 

In Visionaries 
Eternal duel 

In Visionaries 
Hall of the missing footsteps 

In Visionaries 
Haunted harpischord 

In Visionaries 
Plunding's wife 

/;; Melomaniacs 
Ibsen girl 

In Melomaniacs 
Intermezzo 

In Melomaniacs 
Involuntarj' insurgent 

In Melomaniacs 
Iron fan 

In Visionaries 
Iron virgin 

In Melomaniacs 
Lord's prayer in B 

In Melomaniacs 
Magic lantern 

In Cent ys: 417 
Master of cobwebs 

In Visionaries 
Scib M 34:693 
Mine enemj' 

//; Bookm 25: 501 
Mock sun 

/;; Visionaries 
Music the conqueror 

/;; Melomaniacs 
Nada 

hi Visionaries 
Pan 

//( \'isionarics 
Piper of dreams 

In Melomaniacs 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



i6i 



Purse of Aholibah 

In Visionaries 
Quest of the elusive 

In Melomaniacs 
Rebels of the moon 

In Visionaries 
Red-headed piano player 

In Melomaniacs 
Rim of finer issues 
In Melomaniacs 
Sentimental rebellion 

In Visionaries 
Siegfried's death 

In Melomaniacs 
Soldier's mother 

In Melomaniacs 
Son of Liszt 

In Melomaniacs 
Spinner of silence 
In Melomaniacs 
Spiral road 

In Visionaries 
Tannhauser's choice 

In Melomaniacs 
Third kingdom 

In Visionaries 
Tragic wall 

In Visionaries 
Tune of time 

In Visionaries 
Wegstaffes give a party 

In Melomaniacs 
Woman who loved Chopin 
In Visionaries 
Hungarian rhapsody Bennett, E. A. 
Hungry man was fed. Davis, Richard H. 
Hunt of Eildon. Hogg, J. 
Hunted down. Dickens, C. , , . 

Hunted look. See Morris, G. Little heiress 
Hunter cats of Connorloa. Jackson, H. H. 
Huron. Voltaire, F. M. A. de 
Husband who was to miiitl the house. Da- 
sent, G. W. ^ ^ „ , 
Husband's confessions. Maupassant, G. de 
Hush. Chekhov, A. P. 
Hussar. Pushkin. A. S. [See also Men- 

mee, P. tr. 
Hutchins. Smith, F. H. 
Hutchinson's mob. Hawthorne, N. 
Hvoschinskaya, N. D. See Krestovsky, V. 

pseud. 
Hyacinthe and Honorine. Phillpotts, E. 
Hyacinthus. Freeman, M. E. W. 
Hydrophobia? Maupassant, G. de 
Hygeia at the Solito. Henry, O. 
Hyperborean brew. London, J. 
Hypnotist. Bierce, A. 
Hypnotist. Thanet, O. 
Hypotheses of failure. Henry, O. 
Hyppolytc's claim. Maupassant, G. de 

L O. U. Hopkins, M. S. B. 

I buy the Tar Baby. Vorse, M. H. 

I introduce beauty culture. Jordan, E. G. 

I introduce motion study. Jordan, E. G. 

I saw three ships. Quiller-Couch, A. T. 

"I say no," or the love-letter answered. 

. Collins, W. 

I write a play. Jordan, E. G. 

Ibsen girl. Hunckcr, J. G. 

Ice-dogs. Connolly, J. B. 



Ickery Ann. Peattie, E. W. 
Iconoclast. Doyle, A. C. 
Idea. Bangs, J. K. 
Ideal. Spofford, H. P. 
Idealist. Gibbon, P. 
Ideals. Hale, E. E. 
Ides of March. Hornung, E. W. 
Idiot. Bangs, J. K. 
Idiot. Bennett, E. A. 
Idiots. Conrad, J. 

Idle notes of an uneventful voyage. Mat- 
thews, J. B. 
Idler's house-party. Sec IMorns, G. On the 

spot 
Iduna. Hibbard, G. A. 
Idyl. Maupassant, G. de 
Idyl of Central Park. Matthews, J. B. 
Idyl of first love. Meredith, G. 
Idyl of London. Harraden, B. 
Idyl of Pelham Bay Park. Morris, G. 
Idyl of Red Gulch. Harte, B. 
Idyl of the East side. Janvier, T. A. 
Idyl of 'the road. Bacon, J. D. 
Idyll of a summer night. Spofiford, H. P. 
Idyll of All Fool's day. Bacon, J. D. 
If I had a father. Macdonald, G. 
If you neglect a fire, you don't put it out. 
See Tolstoi, L. N. Neglect a fire and it 
spreads 
Ignoble martyr. Davis, Rebecca H. 
Ihalatta! Howard, B. W. 
Ike the blood. Lewis, A. H. 
Ikiryo. Hearn, L. 
Iliad of Sandv Bar. Harte, B. 
Ilka on the hill-top. Boyesen, H. H. 
"I'll do it if you will." Phillpotts, E. 
Ill-omened groom. Maupassant, G. de 
Ill-regulated courtship. Peattie, E. W. 
Illimitable sense. Connolly, J. B. 
Illustrious Gaudissart. Balzac, H. de 
Ilyas. See Tolstoi, L. N. Texts for wood- 
cuts 
Image of Eve. Hopkins. M. S. B. 
Image of San Donato. Johnson, V. W^ 
Imaginary mistress. See Balzac, H. de. 

Pa^z 
Imaginative woman. Hardy, T. 
Immediate jewel. Dcland, M. 
Immigrants. Wright, M. O. 
Imp and the angel. Bacon, J. D. 
Imp and the author. Bacon, J. D. 
Imp and the drum. Bacon, J. D. 
Imp disposes. Bacon, J. D. 
Imp of the perverse. Poe, E. A. 
Imp of the telephone. Bangs. J. K. 
Impasse. Gerould, K. F. 
Imperative duty. Howells. W. D. 
Imperfect conflagration. Bierce, A. 
Impolite sex. Maupassant. G. de 
Important decision. Bangs, J. K. 
Imported bridegroom. Cahan, A. 
Impossible man. Watson. T. 
Impressionists. Kipling, R. 
Impressions of a cousin. James. H. 
Imprudence and happiness. See Balzac, H. 

de. Love in a mask 
Imp's Christmas visit. Bacon. J. D. 
Imp's matinee. Bacon. J. D. 
In a bob-tail car. ]\Tatthews, J. B. 
In a Carlist camp. Crockett. S. R. 



1 62 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



In a castle ruin. Mascficld, J. 

In a cellar. Spofford, H. P. 

In a conspiracy. Spofford, H. 1'. 

In a cup of tea. Hcarn, L. 

In a far country. London, J. 

In a hansom. Matthews, J. B. 

In a hollow of the hills. Harte, B. 

In a new bottle. Bennett, E. A. 

In a pioneer restaurant. Harte, B. 

In a state of sin. Wistcr, O. 

In a steamer chair. Barr, R. 

In a street car. Cameron, M. 

In ambush. Kipling, R. 

In an even balance. Stetson, G. E. C. 

In an opium factory. Kipling, R. 

In and out of a cab in .\msterdam. Smith, 
F. H. 

In Arcady. Grahamc, K. 

In August. Tracy, V. 

In bad society. Korolenko, V. G. 

In Bohemia. Vorse, M. H. 

In borrowed plumes. Jacobs, W. W. 

In Brittany. -Maupassant, G. dc 

In business. Morrison, A. 

In ])utterfly time. Freeman, M. E. W. 

In Camargue. Daudet, A. 

In Castle Dangerous. Lang, A. 

In charge of Trusty. Pratt, L. 

In Cinderella's shoes. Cutting, M. S. 
In collusion with fate. Boyesen, H. H. 
In colonial days. Hawthorne, N. 
In colonial times. Sec Freeman, M. E. W. 

Bound girl 
In Cupid's toils. Weyman, S. J. 
In dark New England days, jcwett, S. O. 
In deacon's orders. Besant, W. 
In defiance of the occult. Singmastcr, E. 
In error. Kipling, R. 
In exile. Chekhov, A. P. 
In exile. Foote, M. H. 
In extremis. Maartens. M. 
In flagrante delictu. Maupassant, G. de 
In flood time. Kipling, R. 
In fly-time. Grant, R. 
In Goose alley. Pratt, L. 
In His name. Hale, E. E. 
In his sweetheart's livcrv. Maupassant, G. 

de 
In honor bound. Dunbar, .\. 
In honor bound. Gissing, G. R. 
In Limchouse Reach. Jacobs, W. W. 
In little new New York. Morris, G. 
In loco parentis. Hopkins, M. S. B. 
In loco parentis. Kelly. M. 
In love with a shadow. Janvier, T. A. 
In love with the czarina. Jokai, M. 
In maiden meditation. Tlibbard, G. A. 
In Mary Jane's house. Bates, A. 
In memorv of Hannnh's laugh. Jordan. 

E. G. " 
In mid-Atlantic. Jacobs. W. W. 
In midsummer days. Sec Striiidbcrg, J. .\. 

Midsmnmcrtide 
In my lady's garden. Trask. K. N. 
In Nauvoo. Chambers, R. W. 
In Nazareth. Lagcrlof, S. 
In necessity's mortar. Sec Ca])ell, J. B. 

Episode called In necessity's mortar 
Tn November. Wyatt, E. F. 
In regard to Josephine. Cutting. M. S. 



In remembrance of John Ingerheld, and of 

Anne, his wife. Jerome, J. K. 
In rerum natura. Merrick, L. 

In search of local color. .Matthews, J. B. 

In sight of home. Payn, J. 

In some lady's garden. Harris, J. C. 

In tenebras. Pyle, H. 

In the absence of Mrs. Halloran. Dun- 
can, N. 

In the absence of the agent, h'crber, E. 

In the abyss. Wells, H. G. 

In the after-days. Wister, O. 

In the anchor watch. Connolly, J. B. 

In the apple-country. Ouida 

In the Avu observatory. Wells, H. G. 

in the back. Wister, O. 

In the back water. Vorse, M. H. 

In the Black Canon. Warman, C. 

In the border country. Bacon, J. D. 

In the brownie's house. Bangs, J. K. 

In the cage. James, H. 

In the Carquinez woods. Harte, B. 

In the cave. Dragoumis, J. D. 

Tn the chinking. Craddock, C. E. 

In the clay. Moore, G. 

In the closed room. Burnett, F. H. 

In the cool of the day. Stetson, G. E. C. 

In the cotton country. Woolson, C. F. 

In the course of justice. Train, .\. C. 

Tn the court room. Maupassant, G. de 

In the dark hour. Gibbon, P. 

Tn the doctor's office. Herrick, R. 

Tn the express. Halevy, L. 

Tn the face of his constituents. Glaspcll. S. 

Tn the family. Cutting, M. S. 

Tn the family. Jacobs, W. W. 

In the fear of the Lord. Duncan, N. 

Tn the fog. Davis, Richard TT. 

In the forest of the north. London, J. 

In the frozen sky. Maupassant, G. de 

In the Gray Goth. W^ard, E. S. P. 

In the headsman's room. Thanct, O. 

In the hospital. W^^rman, C. 

Tn the house of Suddhoo. Kipling, R. 

Tn the interests of Christopher. Harris, ^I. 

Tn the jury-room. Bates, .\. 

Tn the king's chamber. Phillpotts, F. 

Tn the library. Jacobs, W. ^^'. 

Tn the little church down the street. Mat- 
thews, J. B. 

Tn the married quarters. Cutting, M. S. 

In the matter of a bale of blankets. Con- 
nolly, J. B. 

Tn the matter of a private. Tvipling, T\. 

Tn the midst of alarms. Barr. R. 

Tn the midst of life. Hibbard, G. A. 

Tn the midst of life. Matthews. J. P.. 

Tn the mixing of the waters. Fernald. C. B. 

Tn the modern vein. A\''ells. TT. G. 

Tn the moonlight. .*^('<- Maupassant. G de. 
Clair de bun^ 

In the name of the law. Wevman, S. T. 

Tn the name of the M.^st Tli-h. Chambers, 
R. W. 

Ill the o(l(nir of snnctitv. ^^an T^vke. TT. 

In the open .\ndrews, M. R. S. 

In the order of Providence. Harris, J. C. 

In the other room. Dyar, M. 

In the jiresence. Kiiiling. R. 

In the pride of his ymilh. Kipling, R. 



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In the ravine. Chekhov, A. P. 

In the reign of Quintilia. Cutting, M. S. 

In the Rip. Perry. B. 

In the role of a tartar. Harris, J. C. 

In the rukh. Kipling, R. 

In the St. Peter's set. Janvier, T. A. 

In the same boat. Kipling, R. 

In the second April. Cabell, J. B. 

In the small hours. Matthews, J. B. 

In the southeast bastion. Stockton, F. R. 

In the spring. Maupassant, G. de 

In the spring running. Kipling, R. 

In the steppe. Gorky, M. 

In the street of flower-makers. Earle, M. T. 

In the sunlight. Maupassant, G. de 

In the temple. Lagerlof. S. 

In the time of the Terror. See Balzac, H. de 
Episode under the terror 

In the train. Quiller-Couch, A. T. 

In the Tules. 'Harte, B. 

In the tunnel. Harte, B. 

In the Tuscan Maremma. Paget, V. 

In the valley of the shadow. Bacon, J. D. 

In the vestibule limited. Matthews, J. B. 

In the Virginia room. Bates, A. 

In the watches of the night. Matthews, J. B. 

In the wine cellar. Bunner, H. C. 

In the wood. Maupassant, G. de 

In three weeks. Besant, W. 

In trust. Wharton, E. 

In two moods. Korolenko, V. G. 

In Ursula's garden. See Cabell, J. B. Epi- 
sode called In Ursula's garden 

In various roles. Maupassant, G. de 

In Venice. Woolson, C. F. 

In which a mince-pie is responsible for a re- 
markable coincidence. Bangs, J. K. 

In which Boggs becomes dramatic and re- 
lates a tale of woe. Smith, F. H. 

In which certain details regarding a lost 
opal are set forth. Smith. F. H. 

In which Henry Snobbc recites a tale of 
gloom. Bangs, J. K. 

In which Madame la Marquise binds up 
broken heads and bleeding hearts. Smith, 
F. H. 

In which Murphy and Lonnegan introduce 
some mysterious characters. Smith, F. H. 

In which our landlord becomes both enter- 
taining and instructive. Smith, F. H. 

'n which the difference between a cannibal 
and a free-booter is clearly set forth. 
Smith, F. H. 

In which the habits of certain ghosts, gob- 
lins, bandits and other objectionable per- 
sons are set forth. Smith, F. H. 

In which Thomas Snobbe, Esq., of Yonkers, 
unfolds a tale. Bangs, J. K. 

In which we entertain a jail-bird. Smith, 
F. H. 

In which yellow journalism creeps in. Bangs, 
J. K. 

Inability to interfere. Vorse, M. H. 

Incandescent lily. Morris, G. 

Incantation. Lytton, E. B. 

Incarnation of Krishna Mulvaney. Kipling, 
R. 

Incident in the life of Mr. George Crookhill. 
Hardy, T. 

Incident of the British ambassador. Perry, 
B. 



Incognito, or Count Fitz-Hum. De Quinccy, 
T. 

Inconsiderate waiter. I'arrie. J. M. 

Incorrigible poet. Perry, B. 

Incurable. Zangwill, I. 

Independence: a centennial love story. Al- 
cott, L. M. 

Independence of Silas BoUender. Dunbar, 
P. L. 

Independent thinker. Freeman, M. E. W. 

Indian Bible, tiawthorne, N. 

Indian gift. Comer, C. A. 

Indian giver. Howells, W. D. 

Indian Louie. Lewis, A. H. 

Indian on the trail. Catherwood, M. H. 

Indian summer. Besant, W. 

Indian svmimer of Dr\^ Valley Johnson. 
Henry, O. 

Indiana campaign. Crane, S. 

Indifference of the miller of Hofbau. Haw- 
kins. A. H. 

Indiscretion. Maupassant, G. de 

Indiscretion in the life of an heiress. Hardy, 
T. 

Indiscretion of Elsbeth. Harte, B. 

Indiscretion of his majesty. Tracy, V. 

Individualists. Gorky, M. 

Inevitable white man. London, J. 

Inez of the 'dobe walls. Lewis, A. H. 

Infidelity of Monsieur Noulens. Merrick, L. 

Influence of Faro Nell. Lewis, A. H. 

Informer. Conrad, J. 

Ingemann, Bernhard Severin, 1879-1862 
Sealed room 

/;; Hawthorne, J. Library mystery and 
detective stories, German, etc. 

Ingenue of the Sierras. Harte, B. 

Ingrate. Dunbar, P. L. 

Ingrate. (Juida 

Inhabitant of Carcosa. Bierce, A. 

Inheritance. Erckmann, E. and Chatrian, A. 

Inheritance. See Maupassant, G. de. Heri- 
tage 

Inheritance. Spofiford, H. P. 

"Injun fin' um paper-talk." Warman, C. 

Ink-stain. Bazin, R. 

Inlet of peach blossoms. Willis, N. P. 

Inn. Maupassant, G. de 

Inn. Turgenev, I. S. 

Inn of San Jacinto. Underbill, Z. D. 

Inn of the Golden Pear. Jackson, H. H. 

Inn of the Silver Moon. Viele, H. K. 

Inn of the two witches. Conrad, J. 

Innocent gamester. Freeman, M. E. W. 

Innocents of Broadway. Henry, O. 

Inoculation day. Phillpotts, E. 

Inroad of the Nabajo. Pike, A. 

Inscription on the grave. Lagerlof, S. 

Insolent man. Gorky, M. 

Inspector. See Korolenko, V. G. Sketches 
of a Siberan tourist 

Inspired lobbyist. De Forest, J. W. 

Instance of chivalry. Comer, C. A. 

Insurgent. Halevy, L. 

Intelligence office. Hawthorne, N. 

Intemperate. Sigourney, L. H. 

Interdiction. See Balzac, H. de. Commission 
in lunacy 

Interlopers at the Knap. Hardy, T. 

Intermezzo. Huneker, J. G. 



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INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



International episode. James, H. 
International row. Barr, R. 
Interpreter. Brown, A. 
Interpreters. Tracy, V. 
Interrupted proposal. Bates, A. 
Interrupted reign of Queenie. Pratt, L. 
Interrupted wireless. Futrelle, J. 
Intervention. Jacobs, W. W. 
Intervention. Phillpotts, E. 
Intervention of Peter. Dunbar, P. L. 
Interview with Miss Marlenspuyk. Mat- 
thews, J. B. 
Intimidation of a colored voter. Harris, J. C. 
Intoxicated ghost. Bates, A. 
Introducing Mr. Raffles Holmes. Bangs, 

J. K. 
Introduction. Donncll, A. H. 
Introduction. Maupassant, G. de 
Introduction to "A mother." Tolstoi, L. N. 
Intruder. Pangborn, G. W. 
Inundation. Zola, E. 
Invaders. Tolstoi, L. N. 
Invalid in lodgings. Barrie, J. M. 
Invasion of England. Davis, Richard H. 
Investigation continued. See Korolenko, 

V. G. Sketches of a Siberian tourist 
Invisible cloak. Bangs, J. K. 
Invisible eye. Erckman, E., and Chatrian, 

A. 
Invisible portraits. Weyman, S. J. 
Invisible prince. Harland, H. 
Invisible princess. O'Connor, F. 
Invitation. Barr, R. 
Invitation to dinner. Merrick, L. 
Involuntary comedians. See Balzac, H. de 

Unconscious comedians 
Involuntary insurgent. Huneker, J. G. 
lole. Chambers, R. W. 
Ippolita of the hills. Hewlett, M. H. 
Irene dc Lcoty. IlaleVy, L. 
Irish courtship. MacManus, S. 
Irish haymaker. Mitford, M. R. 
Iron fan. Huneker, J. G. 
Iron horse and the trolley. Warman, C. 
Iron pine-apple. Phillpotts, E. 
Iron star. Gibbon, P. 
Iron virgin. Huneker, J. G. 
Irregular Christian. Watson, J. 
Irresponsible conllict. Matthews, J. B. 
Irving, Washington, 1783-1859 

Abencerrage 

In VVollert's roost 

Adalantado of the Seven Cities; a legend 
of St. Brandan 
In Stories and legends 
Wolfert's roost 

Adventure of my aunt 
In Tales of a traveller 

Adventure of my grandmother. See Ir- 
ving, W. Bold dragoon 

Adventure of my uncle 
In Tales of a traveller 

Adventure of the black fisherman 
In Tales of a traveller 

Hawthorne, J. Library mystery and 
detective stories, American 

Adventure of the Englisiunan 
In Talcs of a traveller 



Adventure of the German student 

in Tales of a traveller 
Adventure of the little antiquary 

In Tales of a traveller 
Adventure of the mason 

In Alhambra 
Adventure of the mysterious picture 

In Tales of a traveller 
Adventure of the Popkins family 

In Tales of a traveller 
Annette Dclarbre 

In Bracebridge Hall 
Belated travellers 

In Talcs of a traveller 
Bold dragoon, or The adventure of my 
grandmother 
In Tales of a traveller 
Booby squire 

//; Tales of a traveller 
Buckthorne: or, The young man of great 
expectations 
In Tales of a traveller 
Contented man 

In Wolfert's roost 
Count Van Horn 

In Wolfert's roost 
Crusade of the grand master of Alcantara 

In Alhambra 
Devil and Tom Walker 
In Stories and legends 
Tales of a traveller 
Perry, B. Little masterpieces. Irving 
Dolph Heyliger 
In Bracebridge Hall 
Stories and legends 
Don Juan: a spectral research 

In Wolfert's roost 
Early experiences of Ralph Ringwood 
In Stories and legends 
Wolfert's roost 
Expedition in quest of a diploma 

In Alhambra 
Golden dreams. See Irving, W. Wolfert 

Webber 
Governor Manco and the patrol 

In Alhambra 
Grand prior of Minorca; a veritable ghost 
story 
In Wolfert's roost 
Kidd the pirate 
In Stories and legends 
Talcs of a traveller 
Legend of Don Munio Sancho de Hinojasa 

In Alhambra 
Legend of Prince Ahmed al Kamel; or, 
The pilgrim of love 
In Alhambra 
Legend of Sleepy Hollow 
In Sketch book 

Stories and legends 

Perry, B. Little masterpieces. Irving 

Ncttleton, C. R. Specimens of short 

stories 
Patten, W. Litcrnational short stor- 
ies v I 
Legend of the Arabian astrologer 

In Alhambra 
Legend of the enclianted soldier 
In Alhambra 



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165 



Legend of the engulphed convent 

In Wolfert's roost 
Legend of the Moor's legacy 

in Alhambra 
Legend of the rose of the Alhambra 

In Alhambra 
Legend of the three beautiful princesses 

In Alhambra 
Legend of the two discreet statues 

In Alhambra 
Leslies 

In Sketch book 
Mountjoy; or, Some passages out of the 
life of a castle builder 
In Wolfert's roost 
Painter's adventure 

In Tales of a traveller 
Pilgrim of love. See Irving, W. Legend 

of Prince Ahmed al Kamel 
Poor-devil author 

In Tales of a traveller 
Pride of the village 

In Sketch book 
Rip Van Winkle 
In Sketch book 

Stories and legends 
Baldwin, C. S. American short sto- 
ries 
Cody, S. World's greatest short sto- 
ries 
Jessup, A. and Canby, H. C. Book 

of the short story 
Mabie, H. W., and Strachey, L. 
Little masterpieces of fiction v i 
Nettleton, C. R. Specimens of the 

short story 
Perry, B. Little masterpieces. Irv- 
ing 
Tappan, E. M. Children s hour 
10: 186 
St. Brandan. See Irving, W. Adalantado 

of the Seven Cities 
Spectre bridegroom 
/;; Sketch book 

Mabie, H. W., and Strachey, L. 
Little masterpieces of fiction v 6 
Perry, B. Little masterpieces. Irv- 
ing 
Story of the bandit chieftan 

/)( Tales of a traveller 
Story of the young Italian 

In Tales of a traveller 
Story of the young robber 

In Tales of a traveller 
Strolling manager 

In Tales of a traveller 
Student of Salamanca 
in Bracebridge Hall 
Truant 

In Alhambra 
Widow and her son 

In Sketch book 
Widow's ordeal; or, A judicial trial by 
combat 
In Wolfert's roost 
Wolfert Webber; or, Golden dreams 
In Tales of a traveller 

Hawthorne, J. Library mystery and 
detective stories, American 
Young man of great expectations. See 
Irving, W. Buckthorne 



Is he living or is he dead? Clemens, S. L. 

Is he the dearest one? Sienkiewicz, H. 

Is it a man? Barrie, J. M. 

Isabella. Gray, D. 

Islander. Crosby, M. 

Isle of pines. Bierce, A. 

Isle of voices. Stevenson, R. L. 

Israels! a bit of biography. Maartens, M. 

Isrul's bargain. Page, T. N. 

It. Barrie, J. M. 

It! Kipling, R. 

It! Lagerlof. S. 

It. Morris, G. 

It is enough. Turgenev, I. S. 

It is the custom. Hopkins, M. S. B. 

It snows. Castelnuovo, E. 

Item of fashionable intelligence. Jerome, 

J. K. 
Its walls were as of jasper. Grahame, K. 
Iturim and his fortunes. Stockton, F. R. 
Ivan, aged thirty-eight years. See Koro- 

lenko, V. G. Sketches of a Siberian 

tourist 
Ivan Greet's masterpiece. Allen, G. 
Ivan Ilyitch. See Tolstoi, L. N. Death of 

Ivan Ilyitch 
Ivan the fool. See Tolstoi, L. N. Skazka 
Ivy cottage mystery. Morrison, A. 
Ivy spray and ladies' slippers. Alcott, L. M. 

J. S. of Dale. See Stimson, Frederick Jesup 

Jack and his comrades (adapted). Jacobs, J. 

lack and his master (adapted). Jacobs, J. 

jack and Jake. Page. T. N. 

Jack and Jill of the Sierras. Harte, B. 

Jack and Poll. Benson, E. F. 

Jack and the beanstalk (adapted). Scudder, 

H. E. 
Jack and the check book. Bangs, J. K. 
Jack and the lord high mayor. MacManus, 

S. 
Jack Farley's flying switch. Warman, C. 
Jack o' lantern. Wiggin, K. D. 
Jack of all trades. Reade, C. 
Jack Ramsay's reason. Warman, C. 
Jack Royal. King, C. 
Jack Sprat. Wyatt, E. F. 
Jack the fisherman. Ward, E. S. P. 
Jack the giant-killer (adapted). Jacobs, J. 
Jack who was the ashypet. MacManus, S. 
Jackanapes. Ewing, J. H. 
Jack's father. Norris, W. E. 
Jacks up on eights. Lewis, A. H. 
Jackson, Mrs. Helen Maria (Fiske) Hunt 
(H. H., pseud.) 18.31-18S5 
Aunty Lane 

In Atlan -49: 610 
Captain of the "Heather Bell" 
in Between whiles 
Harper 71: 873 
Dandy Steve 

In Between whiles 
Draxy Miller's dowry 

In Saxe Holm's stories ser i 

Eng Woman's Domestic M 17:237, 

296; 18: 20, 66 
Scrib o s 4:86, 290 
Elder's wife 

in Saxe Holm's stories ser i 
Scrib o s 5:747; 6:87 



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INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Jackson, Mrs. Helen Maria —Continued. 
Esther W'ynn's lovc-lcttcrs 
In Saxe Holm's stories ser i 
Scrib 053: 164 
Farmer Bassett's romance 
In Saxe Holm's stories ser 2 
Scrib o s 13: 484, 609 
Four-leaved clover 

1)1 Saxe Holm's stories ser 2 
Scrib o s 8: 213, 294 
How one woman kept iier husband 
In Saxe Holm's stories ser i 
Scrib o s 3: 467 
Hunter cats of Connorloa 
/// Cat stories 

Hunter cats of Connorloa 
Inn of the Golden Pear 

In Between whiles 
Joe Hale's red stockings 

In Saxe Holm's stories ser 2 
Scrib o s 15:333 
Letters from a cat 
In Cat stories 

Letters from a cat 
Little Bel's supplement 
/;; Between whiles 
Harper 72: 691 
Mammy Tittleback and her family 
III Cat stories 

Mammy Tittleback 
My tourmaline 

/;; Saxe Holm's stories ser 2 
Scrib o s 9: 92, 488 
Mystery of Wilhelm Riitter 
/;; Between whiles 
Cent 31 : 103 
One-legg-ed dancers 

In Saxe Holm's stories ser i 
Scrib o s 5: 337 
Pansy Billings 

In Pansy Billings 
Popsy 

In Pansy Billings 

Prince's little sweetheart 

/;; Between whiles 

Cent 20: 50 

Susan Lawton's escape 

/;; Saxe Holm's stories ser 2 
Whose wife was she? 

In Saxe Holm's stories ser i 
Canad M 17:429, 466 
Scrib o s 2: 465; 
"Jacky-my-lantern." Harris, J. C. 
Jacky-toad. Phillpotts, E. 
Jacob b'lint's journey. Taylor, 1>. 
Jacobi, Mrs. Mary (Putnam) 1S42-1906 
Martyr to science 

/;; Stories by Anurican autliors v 2 
Jacobs, Joseph, 1854- 

llow the Rajah's son won the Princess 
I.abam (adapted) 
/;/ Tap])an, ¥.. M. Children's liour i: 
3'>0 
Jack and his comrades (adapted) 

/;/ Ta])pan, E. M. ('hildrcn's hour i: 
413 
Jack and his master (ad.-iptcd) 

In Tappan, E. M. Children's hour i: 
413 



Jack the giant-killer, (adapted) 

In Tappan, E. M. Children's hour i/: 
Son of seven (juecns (adapted) 

In Tappan, E. M. Children's hour 
385 
Story-teller at fault (adapted) 

In Tappan, E. .M. Children's hour 
423 
Three sillies (ada])tud) 

In Tappan, E. M . Children's iiour 
67 
Whittington and his cat (adapted) 
In Tappan. E. M. Children's hour i: 

Jacobs, William Wymark, 1863- 
Admiral Feters 

In Odd craft 
Adulteration act 

In Lady of the barge 
Harper 101:549 
After the inquest 

In Many cargoes 
Alf's dream 

In Short cruises 
Angel's visits 

In Short cruises 
Cosmopol 41 : 445 
Back to back 

1)1 Night watches 
Benefit performance 

'^u Many cargoes 
Bequest 

In Ship's company 
Bill Paper chase 

In Lady of the barge 
Bill's lapse 

In Odd craft 
Black affair 

In Many cargoes 
Blundell's improvement 

In Odd craft 
Boatswain's mate 

1)1 Captains all 
Boatswain's watch 

In Many cargoes 
Bob's redemption 

1)1 Captains all 
Breaking a spell 

In Odd craft 
Brother Hutchins 

/;; More cargoes 
Brown man's servant 

1)1 Skipper's wooing 
Cabin passenger 

/;; .More cargoes 

Cai)tain ivdgers 

/;; Lady of the barge 
Harper ioj: 370 

Captains all 

/;; Ca])tains all 
Captain's exploit 

/;; l\Lanv cargoes 

Chamber's J 60:460 
Case of desertion 

/;; Many cargoes 
Castaway 

In Odd craft 



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INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



167 



Change of treatment 
In Many cargoes 

Patten, W. International short sto- 
ries V 2 
Changeling 
In Short cruises 
Cosmopol 42: 69 
Changing numbers 

/;/ Odd craft 
Choice spirits 
In More cargoes 
Idler 10: 380 
Circular tour 
In Short cruises 
Cosmopol 42: 260 
Constable's move 
In Captains all 

Cosmopol 40: 29 
Contraband of war 
/;; Many cargoes 
Cook of the "Gannet" 

In Many cargoes 
Cupboard love 

/;; Lady of the barge 
Harper 102:874 
Deserted 

In Sailor's knots 

Disbursement sheet 

/); More cargoes 

Chambers J 7,3:445 
Eclectic IM 128:612 
Disciplinarian 

/;; More cargoes 
Distant relation 
In Short cruises 
Cosmopol 40: 646 
Dixon's return 
/;' Odd craft 
Double dcalin? 

In Sailor's knots 
Dreamer 

/;; Short cruises 
Dual control 

/;; Ship's company 
Easy money 

/;; Night watches 
Elaborate elopement 

In Many cargoes 
Establishing relations 

/;; Odd craft 
Fairy gold 

/;/ Ship's company 
Fine feathers 

In Ship's company 
For better or worse 
In Ship's company 
Four pigeons 
/;; Captains all 

Cosmopol 30: 577 
Friends in need 

/;; Ship's company 
Golden venture 

In Lady of the barge 
Harper loi : 775 
Good intentions 

/;; Ship's company 
Grey parrot 

In More cargoes 
Guardian angel 

In Ship's company 



Harbour of refuge 
In Many cargoes 
Head of the family 
hi Sailor's knots 
Her uncle 
In Short cruises 
Cosmopol 40: 283 
His lordship 

/;; Short cruises 
Cosmopol 40: 459 
His other self 

/;/. Night watches 
Homeward bound 
In Sailor's knots 
In borrowed plumes 

/;/ Many cargoes 
In Limehouse Reach 

In Many . cargoes 
In mid-Atlantic 

In Many cargoes 
In the family 

In Short cruises 
In the library 

In Lady of tlie barge 
Harper 103: 5r 
Intervention 

In More cargoes 

Chambers J 71: 301 
Keeping up appearances 

In Sailor's knots 
Keeping watch 

In Night watches 
Lady of the barge 
In Lady of the barge 
Harper 101:424" 
Lawyer Quince 
In Odd craft 
Limehouse Reach. Sec Jacobs, W. W. 

In Limehouse Reach 
Lost ship 

/;; A-Iore cargoes 
Love-knot 

/;( Short cruises 
Cosmopol 41 : 31 
Love passage 

In Many cargoes 
Idler to: 103 
Low water 

/;; Many cargoes 
]\Iadness of Mr. Lister 

In Captains all 
"Manners makyth man" 

In Ship's company 
Mated 

In Manv cargoes 
Matrimonial openings 

/;; Sailor's knots 
l\Trs. Bunker's chaperon 

In Many cargoes 
Mixed proposal 

In Lady of the barge 
Harper 102: 255 
Mixed relations 

In Short cruises 
Money box 

In Odd craft 
jNloney changers 

In More cargoes 
Monkey's pay 

/;/ Lady of the barge 
Harper 105: 634 



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INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Jacobs, William Wymark —Continued. 
Nest egg 

/;; Captains all 
Odd charges 

In Odd craft 
Odd man out 

III Sailor's knots 
Old man of the sea 

In Ship's company 
Outsailed 

In Many cargoes 
Over the side 

In Captains all 
Persecution of Bob Pretty 

In Odd craft 
Peter's pence 

In Sailor's knots 
Pickled herring 

In More cargoes 
Prize money 

In Sailor's knots 
Rash experiment 

In More cargoes 
Idler II : 102 
Rival beauties 

In Many cargoes 
Rule of three 

In More cargoes 
Safety match 

In More cargoes 
Self-help 

In Sailor's knots 
Sentence deferred 

In Sailor's knots 
Skilled assistance 

/;; Ship's company 
Skipper of the "Osprey" 

In Many cargoes 
Skipper's wooing 

In Skipper's wooing 
Smoked skipper 

In More cargoes 
Spirit of avarice 

In Odd craft 
Stepping backwards 

In Night watches 
Temptation of Samuel Burge 

In Captains all 
Test 

In Short cruises 
Third string 

In Odd craft 
Three at table 

In Lady of the barge 
Three sisters 

In Night watches 
Tiger's skin 

In Lady of the l)arge 
Toll-house 

In Sailor's knots 
Two of a trade 

In More cargoes 
Understudy 

In Night watches 
Unknown 

In Night watches 
Vigil 

In Night watches 
Watch-dogs 

In Ship's conii)any 



Weaker vessel 

In Night watches 
Well 

In Lady of the barge 
White cat 

In Captains all 
Jacqueline. Longfellow, H. W. 
Jacques Molan. Bourget, P. 
Jailbird. Train, A. C. 
James, Henry, 1843- 

Abasemcnt of the Northmores 

In Novels and talcs v 16 
After the play 

In New R 1 : 30 
Altar of the dead 

In Novels and tales v 17 
Terminations 
Aspern papers 

In Novels and tales v 12 
Aspern papers 
Atlan 61 : 296, 461, 571 
Author of Beltraffio 

In Novels and tales v 16 
Author of Beltraffio 
Eng lUust 1 : 563, 628 
Beast in the jungle 

In Novels and tales v 17 
Better sort 
Beldonald Holbein 

In Novels and tales v 18 
Better sort 
Harper 103: S07 
Bench of desolation 
/;; Finer grain 

Putnam 7: 56, 151, 297 
Birthnlace 

In Novels and tales v 17 
Better sort 
Broken wings 

In Novels and tales v 16 
Better sort 
Cent 39: 194 
Brooksmith 

In Novels and tales v 18 
Lesson of the master 
Bundle of letters 

In Novels and tales v 14 
Diary of a man of fifty 
Change of heart; a drama 

In Atlan 29: 49 
Chaperon 

In Novels and tales v 10 
Real thing 
.\tlan 68:659. 721 
Collaboration 
In Wheel of time 
Eng Illust 9: 911 
Covering End 

In Two magics 
Coxon fund 

In Novels and tales v 15 
Terminations 
Yellow book 2: 296 
Crapy Cornelia 
/)( Finer grain 
Harper 119: 690 
Daisy Miller, a study 

In Novels and tales v 18 
Corn bill 37:678; ^8:44 
Liv .'\;.^c 138: 27, 226 



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Daisy Miller (dramatized) 
In Atlan 5:433, 577, 721 
Death of the lion 

in Novels and tales v 15 
Terminations 
Yellow book i : 7 
De Grey: a romance 

In Atlan 22:57 
Diary of a man of fifty 
In Diary of a man of fifty 
Harper 59: 282 
Macmillan M 40: 205 
Eugene Pickering 
In Passionate pilgrmi 
Atlan 34: 397, 5 13 
Europe 
In Novels and tales v 16 
Scrib M 25:753 
. Figure in the carpet 

In Novels and tales v 15 
Embarrassments 
Cosmopolis i: 41, 373 
Flickerbridge 

In Novels and tales v 18 
Better sort 
Scrib M 31: 17° 
Fordham castle 

In Novels and tales v 16 
Harper no: 147 
Four meetings 

In Novels and tales y 16 
Author of Beltraffio 
Scrib o s 15: 44 
Friends of the friends 

In Novels and tales v 17 
Gabrielle de Bergerac 

In Atlan 24: 55, 231, 352 
Georgiana's reasons 

In Author of Beltraffio 
Glasses 

In Embarrassments 
Atlan 77: 145 
Great condition 

In Anglo Saxon R i : 7 
Great good place 

In Novels and tales v 16 
Scrib M 27:994 
Greville Fane 

In Novels and tales v 16 
Real thing 
Guest's confession 

In Atlan 30: 385, 566 
Impressions of a cousin 
In Tales of three cities 
Cent 27: 116, 257 
In the cage 

In Novels and tales v 11 
In the cage 
International episode 

In Novels and tales v L4 
Cornhill 38:687; 39:61 
Jersey villas 

In Cosmopol 13:314, 433 
John Delavoy 

In Cosmopolis 9: i, Z'^J 
Jolly corner 

In Novels and tales v 17 
Julia Bride 

In Novels and tales v 17 
Harper 116: 489, 705 



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13 



13 



Lady Barbcrina 

In Novels and tales v 14 
Tales of three cities 
Cent 28: 18, 222, 336 
Landscape painter 
In Atlan 17: 182 
Last of the Valerii 
In Passionate pilgrmi 
Atlan 33 : 69 
Lesson of the master 
In Novels and tales v 15 
Lesson of the master 
Univ R 1 : 342, 494 
Liar 

In Novels and tales v 12 
London life 
Cent 36: 123, 213 
Light man 

In Stories by American authors v 5 
London life 

In Novels and tales v 10 
London life 
Lord Beaupre 
In Private life 

Macmillan 65:465; 66:133 
Louisa Pallant 

In Novels and tales v 
Aspern papers 
Harper 76: 336 
Madame de Mauves 
In Novels and tales v 
Passionate pilgrim 
Madonna of the future 
In Novels and tales v 
Passionate pilgrim 
Warner library 
Atlan 31: 276 
Marriages 

In Novels and tales v 17 
Lesson of the master 
Married son 

In Howells, W. D., and others. Whole 
family ch 7 
Maud-Evelyn 

In Atlan 85 : 439 
Middle years 

In Novels and tales v 16 
Terminations 
Scrib M 13:609 
Miss Gunton of Poughkeepsie 
In Novels and tales v 16 
Cornhill 81 : 603 
Mrs. Temperley 
1)1 London life 
Mrs. Medwin 

In Novels and tales v 18 
Better sort 
Modern warning [Two countries] 
In Aspern papers 
Harper 77:82 
Mora Montravers 

In Finer grain 
Most extraordinary case 

In Atlan 21: 461 
My friend Bingham 

In Atlan 19: 346 
New England winter 
In Tales of three cities 
Cent 28:573, 733 



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INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



James, Henry —Continued. 
Next time 

/;/ Novels and tales v 15 
Embarrassments 
Yellow book 5: il 
Nona Vincent 
In Real thing 

Eng lllust 9: 365, 491 
Owen Wingrave 

In Novels and tales v 17 
Wheel of time 
Pandora 

In Novels and tales v 18 
Author of Beltraffio 
Papers 

In Better sort 
Passionate pilgrim 
In Novels and tales v 13 
Passionate pilgrim 
Atlan 27: 352, 478 
Paste 

In Novels and tales v 16 
Patagonia 

In Novels and tales v 18 
Lesson of the master 
Eng lllust 5: 707, 769 
Path of duty 

In Author of Beltraffio 
Pension Beaurepas 

In Novels and tales v 14 
Siege of London 
Atlan 43 : 460 
Point of view 
In Novels and tales v 14 
Siege of London 
Cent 25: 248 
Poor Richard 

In Atlan 19:694; 20:32, 166 
Private life 

In Novels and tales v 17 
Private life 
Atlan 69: 463 
Pupil 

In Novels and tales v 11 
Lesson of the master 
Longman's 17:512, 611 
Real right thing 

In Novels and talcs v 17 
Real thing 

In Novels and tales v 18 
Real thing 
Reverberator 

In Novels and tales v 13 

Macmillan 57: 263, 366; 58: 58, 161 
Romance of certain old clothes 
In Passionate pilgrim 
Atlan 21: 209 
Round of visits 

In Finer grain 
Siege of London 

In Novels and tales v 14 
Siege of London 
Cornhill 47: i, 225 
Sir Dominick Ferrand 

In Real thing 
Sir lulmund Ormc 

In Novels and talcs v 17 
Lesson of the master 
Solution 

In Lesson of the master 
New R 1:666; 2:76, 161 



Special type 

In Better sort 
Story in it 

In Novels and tales v 18 
Better sort 
Story of a year 

/;; Atlan 15: 256 
Tone of time 
1)1 Better sort 
Scrib M 28:624 
Tree of knowledge 

In Novels and tales v 16 
Turn of the screw 

In Novels and tales v 12 
Two magics 
Two countries. See James, H. Modern 

warning 
Two faces 

In Novels and tales v 12 
Better sort 
Cornhill 83: 767 
Two magics 

In Two magics 
Velvet glove 

/;/ Finer grain 
Visits 

In Private life 
Way it came 

In Embarrassments 
Wheel of time 

In Wheel of time 

Cosmopol 14:215, 348 - 
James Sears: a naughty person. White, 

W. A. 
Jamesons. Freeman. M. E. W. 
Jamie. Watson, J. 
Jamie the kid. Flynt, J. 
Jan Hunkum's money. IMaartcns. M. 
Jan, the unrepentant. London, J. 
Jan Tingloff. Connolly. J. B. 
Jane. Bangs, J. K. 
Jane. Corelli, M. 
Jane. Dumas, A. 

Jane and her genius. I-'rench. A. W. 
Jane and John. Phillpotts, E. 
Jane Murray's Thanksgiving. Davis, Re- 
becca H. 
Janet and the minister. Barrie, J. M. 
Janet's curiosity. Barrie, J, M. 
Janet's nemesis. Allen, G. 
Janet's repentance. Eliot, G. 
Janey, a huml)lc administrator. Grand, S. 
Janvier, Thomas Allibone, 1849-1913 
Affair of Molino del Rey 

In Color studies and A Mexican cam- 
paign 
Cent 36:736 
At Mrs. Berty's tea 

In Cent 31 : 307 
At the Casa Napoleon 
Jii .At tile Casa Napoleon 
Harper 82: 229 
At the Grand Hotel du Paradis 
//( Passing of Thomas 
Harper 91 : 510 
Aztec romance 

Jn Harper 122: 317 

Barjarvcl's civit of hare 

III Harper 125:663 



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Battle of Churubusco 

In Color studies and A Mexican cam- 
paign 
Cent 36: 740 
Beverly's bear-killing 
In Harper no: 165 
Beverly's benevolent hairpin reclamation 
society 
In Harper 121 : 641 
Beverly's bomb synchronizer 

In Harper 124: 641 
Beverly's circulating cattery 

In Harper 114: 163 
Beverly's egg pedigree and dating ma- 
chine 
In Harper 115: 487 
Beverly's pneumatic cat-silencer 

In Harper 124: 479 
Beverly's protective mechanical goat 

In Harper 119: 965 
Bishop and Mrs. Allrop 

In Harper 117: 47Q 
Bon oncle d'Amerique 

In Passing of Thomas 
Border ruffian 

In Uncle of an angel 
Boston's lion-hunt 

In Santa Fe's partner 
Casual encounter 

In Harp W 48: 1902 
Christmas kalends of Provence 

In Cent S3- 265 
Colonel Withersby's "strike" 
/;; At the Casa Napoleon 
Color studies: Rose madder; Jaune d'An- 
timoine; Orpiment and gamboge; 
Roberson's medium 
In Color studies and A Mexican cam- 
paign 
Concentrated polyandry 

In Harper 124: 155 
Conquest of Mexico 

In Color studies and A Mexican cam- 
paign 
Cent 36: 821 
Consolate giantess 

/;; From the south of France 
Harper 105: 573 
Death-fires of Les Martiques 
In In great waters 
Harper 100: 136 
Duluth tragedy 

In In great waters 
Harper 99: 402 
Earl of Dunoon 

In Harper 107: 654 
Efiferati family 

In At the Casa Napoleon 
Harper 85: 763 
Engagement at the frontier 
In Color studies and A Mexican cam- 
paign 
Cent 36: 538 
Episode of the Marquis de Valdeflores 
In At the Casa Napoleon 
Warner library 
Harper 83: 242 
Eve of St. John 

In Harper 115: 255 
Faith and works 
In Harper no: 487 



Fish of Monsieur Quissard 
In Passing of Thomas 
Harper 93: 823 
Flower of death 

In Stories of old New Spain 
For the honor of France 

In Uncle of an angel 
Forfeit of the gods 

In Cosmopol 31: 593; 32: 2n 
Full day at Palomitas 

In Harper 114: 294 
Grand Hotel du Paradis. See Janvier, 
T. A. At the grand Hotel du Paradis 
Hart's nephew's hold-up 
In Santa Fe's Partner 
Harp W 49: 1799 
Hazy night 

In Cosmopol 33: 313 
Hold up. See Janvier, T. A. Harts 

nephew's hold-up 
Honfieur the sedate 

In Harper 108: 659 
Honor of France. See Janvier, T. A. 

For the honor of France 
Idyl of the East side 

In Uncle of an angel 
In love with a shadow 

In Lippinc 6: 518 
In the St. Peter's set 
In Passing of Thomas 
Cosmopol 13: 131 
Jaune d'Antimoine 

In Color studies and A Mexican cam- 
paign 
Legend of Don Juan Manuel 

In Legends of the city of Mexico 
Harper n2: 256 
Legend of el Puente de Cuervo 
In Legends of the city of Mexico 
Harper n3:385 
Legend of La Llorona 

In Legends of the city of Mexico 
Harper n3:883 
Legend of padre Jose 

In Stories of old New Spain 
Cent 26: 449 
Legend of the accursed bell 

In Legends of the city of Mexico 
Harper 120: 431 
Legend of the Aduana de Santa Domingo 
In Legends of the city of Mexico 
Harper n8: 438 
Legend of the altar del perdon 
In Legends of the city of Mexico 
Harper 118: 436 
Legend of the calle de la Cruz Verde 
In Legends of the city of Mexico 
Harper n3:883 
Legend of the calle de la Joya 
In Legends of the city of Mexico 
Harper n3:877 
Legend of the calle de la Machincuepa 
In Legends of the city of Mexico 
Harper 120: 435 
Legend of the calle de la Quernada 
In Legends of the city of Mexico 
Harper n8:66 
Legend of the calle de los Parados 
In Legends of the city of Mexico 
Harper n3:878 



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IXDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Janvier, Thomas AUibone —Continued. 
Legend of tlic calle del Padre Lecuona 
In Legends of the city of Mexico 
Harper 113: 381 
Legend of the callejon del Armado 
In Legends of the city of Mexico 
Harper 112: 263 
Legend of the callejon del Muerto 
In Legends of the city of Mexico 
Harper 118: 434 
Legend of the living spectre 

In Legends of the city of Mexico 
Harper 118: 63 
Legend of the M'ujer Herzzada 
In Legends of the city of Mexico 
Harper 113: 880 
Legend of the Mulata dc Cordoba 
In Legends of the city of Mexico 
Harper 113: 876 
Legend of the obedient dead nun 
In Legends of the city of Mexico 
Harper 112: 262 
Legend of the Puente del Clerigo 
In Legends of the city of Mexico 
Harper 112: 260 
Legends of the city of Mexico 
In Legends of the city of Mexico 
Harper 112; 113; 118; 120 
Madame Jolicocur's cat 
In From the south of France 
Harper 124: 849 
Maternal instinct 

In Harper 113: IS5 
Mexican campaign 

In Color studies and A Mexican cam- 
paign 
Cent 36:535, 736, 817 
Mexican night 

In Stories of old New Spain 
La Mina de los padres 

In Stories of old New Spain 
Mobilization of the troops 
In Color studies and A Mexican cam- 
paign 
Cent 36: 535 
Monsieur le Docteur Theophile 

In At the Casa Napoleon 
Monterey. See Javier, T. A. Pancha: a 

story of Monterey 
Moon-mirror light and power co. 

In Harper 116: 479 
Ninita 

In Stories of old New Spain 
Cent 23:932 
Orpiment and Gamboge 

In Color studies and A Mexican cam- 
paign 
Cent 29: 397 
Our pirate hoard 

In Uncle of an angel 
Palomitas 

In Santa Fc's i)artner 
Palomitas lion-hunt 

In Harper 115: 630 
Pancha; a story of Monterey 
In Stories of old New Spain 

Stories by American authors v 10 
Cent 28: 656 



Parley under false colors 
//) Color studies and A Mexican cam- 
paign 
Cent 36: 539 
Passing of Thomas 
In Passing of Thomas 
Harper 85:439 
Poodle of Monsieur Gaillard 
In From the South of France 
Harper 122: 31 
Purification of Palomitas 
In Santa Fe's partner 
Harper 112:448 
Radford's diamond digging 

In St. N 29:867 
Recrudescence of Madame Vic 
In From the South of France 
Harper iii: 769 
Reversible love affair 
In Cosmopol 15: 4-3 
Roberson's medium 

In Color studies and A Mexican cam- 
paign 
Romance of Tompkins square 

/;/ Uncle of an angel 
Rose madder 

In Color studies and A Mexican cam- 
paign 
Roses of Monsieur Alphonse 
In From the South of France 
Harper 104: 7.19 
Sage-brush hen 

/;; Santa Fe's partner 

Flowells, W. D., and others. Under 

the sunset 

Harper in : 769 

Saint Mary of the angels 

In Stories of old New Spain 

Cosmopol 8: m.t, 

St.' Peter's set. See Janvier, T. A. In the 

St. Peter's set 
San Antonio of the gardens 
In Stories of old New Spain 
Cent 38:343 
Santa Fc Charley's kindergarten 
/;; Santa Fe's partner 
Harper in: 929 
Sea upcast 

In In great waters 
Shortv Smith's widows 
fn Santa Fe's partner 
Harper 125: 839 
Skirmish at Buena Vista 

In Color studies and A Mexican cam- 
paign 
Cent 36: 543 
Storming of Chapultepcc 

/;( Color studies and A Mexican cam- 
paign 
Cent 36:816 
Temporary dead-lock 

/;; Uncle of an angel 
Town of the holy children 

In Stories of old New Spain 
Uncle of an angel 
In Ifncle of an angel 
Harper 81 : 404 
Valley of the dead 

fn Cosmopol 32:427, 539 
White penitent 
In Harper 103: 131 



INDEX TO SHORT STORTES 



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\\'rath of the Zuyder Zee 
III In great waters 
Harper 99: 240 

Japanese quince. Galsworthy, J. 

Japanned box. Doyle, A. C. 

Jar of olives and the bov Kazi (Arabic) 
In Hawthorne, J. Library mystery and 
detective stories, Oriental 

Jarjaille's visit to the good God. Daudet, A. 

Jarley's experiment. Bangs, J. K. 

Jarley's Thanksgiving. Bangs, J. K. 

Jarl's daughter. Burnett, F. H. 

Jasmine court and a higher ranger. Wat- 
son, J. 

Jathrop Lathrop's cow. French, A. W. 

Jaune d'Antimoine. Janvier, T. A. 

Jaybird Bob's joke. Lewis, A. H. 

Jealous woman. Thanet, O. 

Jealousies of a country town. See Balzac, 
H. dc. Gallery of antiquities 

Jean-ah Poquelin. Cable, G. W. 

Jean Gourdon's four days. Zola, E. 

Jean Michaud's little ship. Roberts, C. G. D. 

Jean JNIonette. Vidocq, E. F. 

Jeannette. Woolson, C. F. 

Jeannot and Colin. Voltaire, F. M. de A. 

Jed's monument. Loomis, C. B. 

Jeems Roberson's last illness. Harris, J. C. 

Jefif Brigg's love story. Harte, B. 

Jeli the shepherd. Verga, G. 

Jelland's voyage. Doyle. A. C. 

Jemima of the seventh floor. Stuart, R. M. 

Jennet. Maupassant, G. de 

Jenny, the debutante. Harrison, C. C. 

Jepson's third adjective. Perry, B. 

Jeroboam. Maupassant, G. de 

Jerome, Jerome Klapka, 1859- 
Absent-minded man 

In Sketches in lavender, blue, and green 
Blase Billy 

/;; Sketches in lavender, blue, and green 
Charming woman 

In Sketches in lavender, blue, and green 
Choice of Cyril Harjohn 

In Sketches in lavender, blue, and green 
City of the sea 

In Sketches in lavender, blue, and green 
Degeneration of Thomas Henry 

In Sketches in lavender, blue, and green 
Dick Dunkerman's cat 

In Sketches in lavender, blue, and green 
Hobby rider 

/;; Sketches in lavender, blue, and green 
In remembrance of John Ingerfield, and 
of Anne, his wife 

In John Ingerfield 
Item of fashionable intelligence 

In Sketches in lavender, blue, and green 
Idler 10: 722 
Lease of the "Cross Keys" 

/;; John Ingerfield 
Man of habit 

In Sketches in lavender, blue, and green 
Man who did not believe in luck 

In Sketches in lavender, blue, and green 
Man who lived for others 

In Sketches in lavender, blue, and green 
Man who went wrong 

In Sketches in lavender, blue," and green 



Man who would manage 

In Sketches in lavender, blue, and green 
Materialization of Charles and Mivanway 
In Sketches in lavender, blue, and green 
Idler 10: 572 
Minor poet's story 

In Sketches in lavender, blue, and green 
Observations of Henry 

In Observations of Henry 
Passing of the third floor back 

In Passing of the third floor back 
Philosopher's joke 

In Critic 47: 533; 48:68 
Portrait of a lady 

In Sketches in lavender, blue, and green 
Idler 11:282 
Reginald Blake, financier and cad 

In Sketches in lavender, blue, and green 
Idler 9: 637 
Silhouettes 

In John Ingerfield 
Variety Patter 

In John Ingerfield 
Whibley's spirit 

In Sketches in lavender, blue, and green 
Woman of the Saetcr 
In John Ingerfield 
Idler 3:579 
Jerrold, Douglas William, 1803-1857 
Tragedy of the till; the hermit's story 
In Warner library 
Jerry and Clarinda. Bishop, W. H. 
Jerry and Mulberry. Bunner, H. C. 
Jerry Jarvis's wig. Barham, R. H. 
Jerry MacFaddyeen's supper. MacManus, S. 
Jersey centenarian. Harte, B. 
Jersey villas. James, H. 
Jerseys; or. The girls' ghost. Alcott, L. M. 
Jess. Barrie, J. M. 

Jessekiah Brown's courtship. Stuart, R. M. 
Jessie Cliffe. Mitford, M. R. 
Jessie's neighbor. Moulton, L. C. 
Jessop, George H. 

Check and counter-check. See Matthews, 

J. B.. and Jessop, G. H. 
Emergency men 

In Stories by English authors, Ireland 

One story is good until another is told. 

See Matthews, J. B. and Jessop, G. H. 

Tale of twenty-five hours. See Matthews, 

J. B. and Jessop, G. H. 

Jesus Christ in Flanders. See Balzac, H. de. 

Christ in Flanders 
Jethro's garden. Dunbar, P. L. 
Jetsom. Quiller-Couch, A. T. 
Jettatura. Gautier, T. 
Jew. Turgenev, I. S. 
Jew on the moor. Quiller-Couch, A. T. 
Jewels of consistency. Mitchell, S. W. 
Jewett, Sarah Orne, 1849-1909 
All my sad captains 

In Stories and tales v 5 
Life of Nancy 
Cent 50: 737 
Along shore 

In Stories and tales v 7 

Country of the pointed firs 
Liv Age 211 : 761 



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INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Jewett, Sarah Orne —Conlimicd. 
Andrew's fortune 
In Country by-ways 
Atlan 48: 20 
Aunt Cynthy Dullctt 

In Stories and tales v 4 
Queen's twin 
Backward view 

In Stories and tales v 7 

Country of the pointed firs 
Betty Leicester's Christmas 

In Betty I>eicester's Christmas 
Betty Leicester's English Christmas 

In Betty Leicester's English Christmas 
Between mass and vespers 
In Stories and tales v 6 
Native of Winby 
Bit of shore life 

In Old friends and new 
Atlan 44: 200 
Bold words at the bridge 
In Stories and tales v 4 
Queen's twin 
Cornhill 79: 489 
McClure 12: 508 
Born farmer 

In McClure 17: 164 
Bowden reunion 

In Stories and tales v 7 

Country of the pointed firs 
Business man 

/;/ White heron 
By the morning boat 
In Stories and tales v 4 
Strangers and wayfarers 
Atlan 66: 518 
Captain Littlepage 
In Stories and tales v 7 

Country of the pointed firs 
Circus at Denby 

/;; Night before Thanksgiving 
Confession of a house-breaker 

In Mate of the Daylight 
Coon dog 

In Stories and tales v 4 
Queen's twin 
Cent 56: 498 
Courting of Sister Wisby 
In Stories and ta'les v 2 
King of Folly island 
Tales of New England 
Atlan 59: 577 
Decoration day 

In Stories and tales v 6 
Native of Winby 
Harper 85 : 84 
Dulham ladies 
In Stories and tales v 2 
Tales of New England 
White heron 
Dunnet, shepherdess 
In Stories and tales v 7 
Queen's twin 
Atlan 84: 754 
Ellen ecn 

In McClure 16: 335 
Failure of David Berry 
In Stories and tales v 6 
Native of Winby 
Harper 83: 56 



Fair day 
In Strangers and wayfarers 
Scrib M 4: 199 
Fame's little day 

In Stories and tales v 5 
Life of Nancy 
Harper 90: 560 
Farmer Finch 
/;; White heron 

Tappan, E. M. Children's hour 

10: 209 
Harper 70: 198 
Flight of Betsey Lane 
In Stories and tales v 6 
Native of Winby 
Scrib M 14: 213 
Foreigner 

/;/ Atlan 86: 152 
Garden tea 

In Night before Thanksgiving 
Going to Shrewsbury 

In Strangers and wayfarers 
Atlan 64: 18 
Good luck 

In Country by-ways 
Gray man 

In White heron 
Gray mills of Farley 

/;; Cosmopol 25: 183 
Great expedition 
In Stories and tales v 7 

Country of the pointed firs 
Green island 

In Stories and tales v 7 

Country of the pointed firs 
Guests of Mrs. Timms 
In Stories and tales v 5 
Life of Nancy 
Cent 47:575 
Hare and the tortoise 
Atlan 52: 187 
Hermitage 

In Stories and tales v 7 
Hiltons' holiday 

In Stories and tales v 5 
Life of Nancy 
Cent 46: 772 
Honey tree 

In Harper 104: 45 
In dark New England days 
In Strangers and wayfarers 
Cent 40: 911 
Jim's little woman 

In Stories and tales v 6 
Native of Winby 
Harper 82: 100 
King of Folly island 
In King of Folly island 
Harper 74: 102 
Lady Ferry 

/;; Old friends and new 
Landless farmer 
In Mate of the Daylight 
Atlan 51: 627. 759 
Landscape chamber 

In King of Folly island 
Atlan 60: 603 
Late supper 

In Old friends and new 



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Law lane 

In Stories and tales v 2 
King of Folly island 
Tales of New England 
Scrib M 2:725 
Life of Nancy 

In Stories and tales v^ 5 
Life of Nancy 
Atlan 75: 175 
Little captive maid 

In Stories and tales v 6 
Native of Winby 
Scrib M 10: 743 
Little French Mary 

/;; Stories and tales v 5 
Life of Nancy 
Little traveler 

In Mate of the Daylight 

Night before Thanksgiving 
Lost lover 

In Stories and tales v 2 
Old friends and new 
Tales of New England 
Atlan 41 : 303 
Luck of the Bogans 

In Strangers and wayfarers 
Scrib M 5: 100 
Marsh rosemary 

In Stories and tales v 2 
Tales of New England 
White heron 
Atlan 57:590 
Martha's lady 

In Stories and tales v 4 

Night before Thanksgiving 
Queen's twin 
Atlan 80: 523 
Mary and Martha 
In White heron 
Mate of the Daylight 
In Mate of the Daylight 
Atlan so: 82 
Mere Pochette 

/;( King of Folly island 
Harper 76:588 
Miss Becky's pilgrimage 

In Country by-ways 
Miss Debby's neighbors 

In Mate of the Daylight 
Miss Esther's guest 

In Stories and tales v 6 
Native of Winby 
Night before Thanksgiving 
Miss Peck's promotion 
/;;. King of Folly island 
Scrib M i: 717 
Miss Sydney's flowers 

In Old friends and new 
Miss Tempy's watchers 
In Stories and tales v 2 
King of Folly island 
Tales of New England 
Warner library 
Atlan 61 : 289 
Mr. Bruce 

In Old friends and new 
Mistress of Sydenham plantation 
In Strangers and wayfarers 
Atlan 62: 145 



Mrs. Todd 

In Stories and tales v 7 
Native of Winby 

In Stories and tales v 6 
Native of Winby 
Atlan 67: 609 
Neighbor's landmark 
In Stories and tales v 5 
Life of Nancy 
Cent 49:235 
New parishioner 

In Mate of the Daylight 
News from Petersham 

In White heron 
Night before Thanksgiving 
In Stories and tales v 4 

Night before Thanksgiving 
Queen's twin 
Oath 

In Liv Age 231: 61 
Old singers 

In Stories and tales v 7 

Country of the pointed firs 
On Shell-heap island 
In Stories and tales v 7 

Country of the pointed firs 
Only rose 

In Stories and tales v 5 
Life of Nancy 
Atlan 73-27 
Only son 

/;; Stories and tales v 2 
Mate of the Daylight 
Tales of New England 
Atlan 52: 664 
Passing of Sister Barsett 
In Stories and tales v 6 
Native of Winby 
Cosmopol 13: 59 
Poor Joanna 
In Stories and tales v 7 

Country of the pointed firs 
Queen's twin 

In Stories and tales v 4 
Queen's twin 
Outlook 67: 455 
Quest of Mr. Teaby 

In Strangers and wayfarers 
Atlan 65:83 
Schoolhouse 

In Stories and tales v 7 

Country of the pointed firs 
Second spring 

In Stories and tales v 5 
Life of Nancy 
Harper 88: 114 
Sister Peacham's turn 

In Harper 105: 902 
Sorrowful guest 

In Old friends and new 
Spring Sunday 

In McClure 23: 13 
Spur of the moment 
In Outlook 70: 59 
Strange sail 

In Stories and tales v 7 

Country of the pointed firs 
Taking of Captain Ball 

In Strangers and wayfarers 
Harper 80: 141 



176 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Jewett, Sarah Orne —Conliinird. 
Tom's husband 

/;/ Mate of the Daylight 
At Ian 49: 205 
Town poor 

lit Stories and tales v 2 
Strangers and wayfarers 
Atlan 66: 71 
Two Browns 
In White heron 
Atlan 58: 196 
Village shop 

In King of Folly island 
War debt 

In Stories and tales v 5 
Life of Nancy 
Harper 90: 227 
Where pennyroyal grew 
In Stories and tales v 7 

Country of tlie pointed firs 
WHiere's Nora? 

In Stories and tales v 4 
Queen's twin 
Scrib M 24: 739 
White heron 
In Stories and tales v 2 

Night before Thanksgiving 
Tales of New England 
White heron 
White rose road 

In Strangers and wayfarers 
y\tlan 64: 353 
William 

In Stories and tales v 7 

Country of the pointed firs 
William's wedding 
In Stories and tales v 7 
Atlan 106: 23 
Winter courtship 
In Stories and tales v 5 
Strangers and wayfarers 
Atlan 63: 145 
Jewish trinity. Zangwill, I. 
Jew's breastplate. Doyle, A. C. 
Jews in Shushan. Kipling, R. 
Jikininki. Hearn, L. 
Jilt: a yarn. Reade, C. 
Jilting of Jane. Wells, H. G. 
Jim and the gold spirit. Loomis, C. B. 
Jim Lancy's Waterloo. Peattie, E. W^ 
Jim Peters as a personal magnet. Henry, O. 
Jim Trundle's crisis. Harben, W. N. 
Jimniie and the honey-bear. Vorse, M. H. 
Jimmie Goggles the god. Wells, H. G. 
Jimmie Hayes and Muriel. Henry, O. 
Jimmieboy — and something. Bangs, J. K. 
Jimmieboy's fire works. Bangs, J. K. 
Jimmieboy's valentine. Bangs, J. K. 
Jimmyjohn boss. Wister, O. 
Jimmy's big brother from California. Harte 

B. 
Jim's investments and King Sollcrman. 

Clemens, S. L. 
Jim's little woman. Jewett, S. O. 
Jim's i)rol)ation. Dunl^ar, P. L. 
Jimsella. Dunbar, P. L. 
Jimsie's afternoon ofif. Vorse, M. 11. 
Jimty. Hopkins, M. S. B. 
Jimville. Austin, M. II. 
'Jinin' farms. Meld, K. 



Jinny. Ilartc, P.. 

jio-Roku-Zakura. Hearn, L. 

Joan of Arc and little Pierre. Ilarraden, B. 

Joanna, the actress. Moulton, L. C. 

Joanna's bracelet. Weyman, S. J. 

Jock, the chipmunk. Peattie, E. W. 

Jock-at-a-venture. Bennett, E. A. 

Joe Hale's red stockings. Jackson, H. H. 

Joel's talk with Santa Claus. Field, E. 

John. Crockett, S. R. 

John. Maartens, M. 

John-a-drcams. Spofford, H. P. 

John Amend-all. Stevenson, R. L. 

John and the ghosts Quiller-Couch, A. T. 

John Bartine's w^atch. Bierce, A. 

John Bull of Guadalquiver. Trollope, A. 

John Cann's treasure. Allen, G. 

John Delavoy. James, PI. 

John Enderby. Parker, G. 

John Fairmeadow's foundling. Duncan, N. 

John Gayther and the galleon. Stockton, 

F. R. 
John Gayther's srarden. Stockton, F. R. 
John Gray. Allen, J. L. 
John Huxford's hiatus. Doyle. A. C. 
John Inglefield's Thanksgiving. Haw- 
thorne, N. 
John Jay's long journey. Moulton, L. C. 
John Jenkins; or. The smoker reformed. 

By T. S. A-th-r. Harte, B. 
John Kendry's idea. Fernald, C. B. 
John Mortonson's funeral. Bierce, A. 
John North mystery. Hawthorne, J. 
John Norton. Moore, G. 
John Parmenter's protege. Harte, B. 
John Rich and Lucy Poor. Hale, E. E. 
John Sandars, laborer. Smith, F. H. 
John Sherman. Yeats, W. B. 
John Vantine. Bates, A. 
Johnny. Grenfell. W. T. 
Johnny. Morrison, A. 

Johnny Florer's axle grease. Lewis, A. H. 
Johnny Hall. Dyar, ]\I. 

Johnny-in-the-woods. Freeman, M. E. W. 
Johnny Sands. Earle, M. T. 
Johnny Watt's money. Magruder, J. 
Johnnyboy. Harte. B. 
Johnny's job. Thanet, O. 
John's weddiii.n suit. Page, T. N. 
Johnson, Virginia Wales, 1849- 

Imagc of San Donato 

/;; Stories by American authors v 7 
Johnsonham, junior. Dunbar, P. L. 
Johnson's Boswell. Phillpotts, E. 
Johnson's old woman. Harte, B. 
Johnston, Richard Malcolm, 1822-1898 

h'arly niajoritv of Mr. Thomas Watts 
//; Warner lilirary 
Joint owners in Spain. Brown, A. 
Jokai, Maurus, 1825-1904 

Bad old times 
/;/ Tales from Jokai 

Celestial slingers 
In Tales from Jokai 

City of the beast 
//( Tales from Jokai 

Compulsory diversion 
/;/ Tales from Jokai 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



1/7 



Fight for the tsarina 
In Mabie, H. W., and Strachey, L. 
Little masterpieces of fiction v 6 
Hostile skulls 

In Tales from Jokai 
In love with the czarina 

In Stories by foreign authors, Polish 
Justice of Soliman 

In Tales from Jokai 
Landslide and the train wreck 

In Warner library 
Last mass; a reminiscence 

In Cosmopol 20: 505 
Love and the little dog 

In Tales from Jokai 
Red Starosta 

In Tales from Jokai 
Sherifif of Caschau 

In Tales from Jokai 
Unwilling guest 

In Temple Bar 71:379 
Joke on M. Peptonneau. Bunner, H. C. 
Jokers of New Gibbon. London, J. 
Jolly Cabordmen. Stockton, F. R. 
Jolly corner. James. H. 
Jolly fellow, ^ce Maupassant, G. de. St. 

Anthony 
Jolly Parisiennes. Zola, E. 
Jolly's father. Spofiford, H. P. 
Jon of Iceland. Taylor, B. 
Jonas and Dinah. Phillpotts, E. 
Jonathan. Smith, F. H. 
Jonathan and David. Ward, E. S. P. 
Jones. Osbournc, L. 
Jordan, Elizabeth Garver, 1867- 
Adeline Thurston, poetess 
1)1 May Iverson — her book 
Harper 109: 300 
As told by May Iverson 
In Tales of the cloister 
Harp B 34: 1087 
At the close of the second day 

In Tales of the city room 
Bart Harrington, genius 
In Many kingdoms 
Scrib M 43: 456 
Beauty culture at St Katharine's. Sec 
Jordan, E. G. I introduce beauty 
culture 
Belonging to the third order 

In Tales of the cloister 
Between darkness and dawn 
In Tales of the cloister 
Harp B 34: 817 
Call of spring 

In May Iverson tackles life 
Harp B 46: 162 
Case of Katrina 
In Many kingdoms 
Cent 73:597 
Collaboration 

In Tales of destiny 
Comforter 

In Harper 128: 604 
Community's sunbeam 
In Many kingdoms 
Harper 116: 107 
Conversion of Johnny Harrington 

In Everybody's 24:8 
Cures of Evelina 
In Harp B 45: 268 



Episode at Mrs. Kirkpatrick's 
In Tales of destiny 
Harp B 36:208 
Exorcism of Lily Bell 
In Many kingdoms 
Harp B 40: 199 
Far-away road 

In Harp B 47: 223 
First aid to Kitty James 
In May Iverson — her book 
Harper 109: 469 
From out the old life 

In Tales of the cloister 
From the hand of Dolorita 
In Tales of the city room 
Genevieve Maude and the new thought 

In Harp B 46:58 
Genevieve Maude's mission 

/;/ Harp B 43: 26 
Genevieve Maude's perishin' soul 

In Lippinc 86: S83 
Girl who loved Herbert 

In Delin 75: 207 
Girl who was 

In Tales of the cloister 
Harp B 34:954 
Henry Smith's honeymoon 
In Many kingdoms 
Harp B 40: 680 
Her audience of two 

In Tales of the cloister 
Her friend 

In Tales of destiny 
Harp B 36:580 
Her last day 

In Many kingdoms 
Harper 116: Q17 
His boy 

In Many kingdoms 
Everybodv's 18:341 
His loyal heart 

In Harp B 44:434 
I introduce beauty culture 
In May Iverson tackles life 
Harp B 46:333 
I introduce motion stud}' 
In May Iverson tackles life 
Harper 124: 772 
I write a play 
In May Iverson tackles life 
Harper 123: 20 
In memory of Hannah's laugh 

In Many kingdoms 
Kittie's sister Josephine 
In May Iverson — her book 
Harper 109: 60 
Little tangle at Cragsmoor 

In Harp B 39: 106 
Love afifair of Chesterfield, jr. 

In Tales of the city room 
Love, the destroyer 

In May Iverson — her book 
Harper 108: 898 
Mabel Blossom's pearl pin 
In May Iverson tackles life 
Harper 124:453 
Man proposes 

In Harper 126: 207 
Ma}' Iverson writes a phi}-. See Jordan, 
E. G. I write a play 



178 



IXDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Jordan, Elizabeth Garver — Continued. 
May Iverson's career 
In Good H 57 : 764 
Miss Calhoun's supreme day 

In Harp B 39: 798 
Miss Churchill's twins 

In Harp B 45: 442 
Miss Eliot's soulful day 

In Harp B 43: 384 
Miss Forsythc meets a stranger 

In Harp B 44: 301 
Miss Underhill's lesson 
In Tales of destiny 
Ind 52: 650 
Miss Van Cortlandt's hur<r]ar 

In Ind 54: 1481 
Miss Van Dyke's best story 
In Tales of the city room 
Mr. Brinkley to the rescue 

In Harper 128: 137 
Mrs. Dixon's culture course 

In Atlan 102: 594 
Mrs. Hartwcll's perfect treasure 

/;; Cent 82: 16 
Mrs. ]\lcCafferty explains 

In Scrib M 44: 274 
Mrs. Marden's pilgrimage 

In Lippinc 91 : 180 
Mrs. Ogilvie's local color 

In Tales of the city room 
Mrs. Van Nostrand's night of triumph 

In Harp W 42: Mr 7 p 20 
j\Irs. Van Nostrand's perfect treasure 

In Harp B ^7: 427 
Mrs. Warburton's theories 

/;; Harp B J2: 221 
Motion study at St. Catherine's. See Jor- 
dan. E. G. I introduce motion study 
Number seventeen 

In Harp B 37:825 
(Olive's first story 

In Harper 126: 788 
One who intervened 

In Tales of destiny 
Ordeal of Maude Joyce 

In May Iverson — her book 
Harper 108: 114 
Ordeal of Sister Cuthbert 

In Tales of the cloister 
Our Grouchometer club 

In May Iverson tackles life 
Passing of Hope Abbott 

In Tales of the city room 
Penelope's Christmas gift 

In Harp W 45: 1264 
Play's the thing 

In May Iverson — her book 
Harper 109: 596 
Point of ethics 

In Tales of the city room 
Quest of Aunt Nancy 
In Many kingdoms 
Cent 75: 511 
Redemption of Mabel Muriel 
In May Iverson — her book 
Harp B 38: 163 
Reduction cure for Kittie James 
In May Iverson tackles life 
Harper 124: 188 
Romance of the city room 
In Tales of the city room 



Ruth Herrick's assignment 

In Tales of the city room 
School-girl 

In Howells. W. D., and others. Whole 
family ch 5 
Shadow of the angel 

In May Iverson tackles life 
Harp B 46:43? 
Simple life of Genevieve Maude 
In Many kingdoms 
Harper 113: 214 
Sister Ernesta and the imp 
In Tales of the cloister 
Harp B 35: 210 
Sister Estelle to the rescue 
In May Iverson — her book 
Harp B^8: 550 
Story of a failure 

In Tales of destiny 
Surrender of Professor Seymour 

In Harper 109: 955 
Surrender of Sister Philomene 
In Tales of the cloister 
Harper 103: 570 
Three prodigals 

In Harp B 37: 112 
Under the black pall 

1)1 Tales of the cloister 
Van Valkenberg.'s Christmas gift 

In Harp W 46: 55 
Varick's lady o' dreams 
In Many kingdoms 
Scrib M 35: 563 
Vevie 

In Collier's 43: My 15 p 22 
Victoria Delsaro, missing 

In Tales of destiny 
Voice in the world of pain 
In Tales of destiny 
Pall Mall M 22:228 
Voice of truth 

In May Iverson — her book 
Harp B 38:660 
What dreams may come 
In INIay Iverson — her book 
Harp B 38: 997 
When churchyards yawn 
In May Iverson tackles life 
Harp B 4=;: 310 
Wife of a hero 

In Tales of destiny 
Wife of the candidate 

In Tales of the city room 
W^oman suffrage at St. Catharine's 
In May Iverson tackles life 
Harper 122: 551 
Young man in Peacock Alley 
In Ladies H J 30: N p 21 
Joseph. Maupassant, G. de 
Joseph. Phillpotts. E. 
Joseph the dreamer. Zangwill, I. 
Joseph Thorne — his calling. Moulton, L. C. 
Josephine. Martin, E. S. 
Joseph's dream. .'Mien, G. 
Joshua Gooclcntnigh's old letter. Reming- 
ton. F. 
Josiah's first Christmas. Freeman, ]\1. E. W. 
Journal of a millionaire. Hibbard. G. A. 
Journal of Julius Rodman. Poe, E. A. 
Journalism in Tennessee. Clemens, S. E. 
Journey. Wharton, E. 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



179 



Journey in search of Christmas. Wistcr, O. 
Tourneys end in lovers meetmg. Craigie, 

P. M. T. 
Toy. Freeman, M. E. W. 
Joy-giver. Ward, E. S. P. 
Toy of a Christmas passage. Connolly, J. !>. 
joy of boats. Vorse, M. H. . . 

Joy of life. See VVyatt, E. F. Shallow spirit 

of judgment 
Joy of Nellie Deanc. Cathcr. W. S. 
"Joy of their Lord." Grenfell, W. T. 
Joy of youth. Freeman, M. E. W. 
Joy-Sing. See Long, J. L. Little Miss Joy- 
Sing 
Joyous comrade. Zangwill, I. 
Joyous miracle. Norris, F. 
Juana. See Balzac, H. de. Maranas 
Juanita. Dunbar, A. 
Jubal sans ego. Strindberg, J. A. 
Jubilee present. Hornung, E. W. 
Judas Iscariot. Andreev, L. N. 
Judge of Lucca's intrigue. Bandello, M. 
Judge's cherubs. Andrews, M. R. S. 
Tudge's spirited woman. Clemens, S. L. 
Judge's wife. Moulton, L. C. 
Judgment. Brown, A. 
Judgment o' God Sharp. W. 
Judgment of Bolinas. Harte, B. 
Judgment of Borso. Hewlett, M. H. 
Judgment of Dungara. Ivipling, R. 
Judgment of John Fairmeadow. Duncan, X. 
Judgment of Paris. Dunbar, P. L. 
Judgment of Peter and' Paul on Olympus. 

Sienkiewicz, H. 
Judgment on Airs. Smith. Thanet, O. 
Judith Lynn; a storv of the sea. Donnell, 

A. H. 
Judith Stern. Heyse, P. J. L. 
Judson, Edward Z. C. (Ned Buntline) 1822- 
1886 
Kathayan 

III Johnson, R. Little classics v 3 
Judson and the empire. Ivipling, R. 
Jug of sirup. Bierce, A. 
Juggler of Notre Dame. France, A. 
Juggler to our lady. Sec France, A. Jug- 
gler of Notre Dame 
Jugglers. Seawell, M. E. 
Julia Bride. James, H. 
Julia Cahill's curse. Moore, G. 
Julia— her Thanksgiving. Freeman, M. E. 

W. 
Julia ^^I'Kenzie. Hogg, J. 
Julia the apostate. Bacon, J. D. 
Julie Romain. Maupassant, G. de 
Julien; or. The dead alive. Dumas, A. 
Julot's opinion. Maupassant, G. de 
July the first. Singmaster, E. 
Jump at Corey's slip. Davis, Richard H 
Jumping frog. Clemens, S. L. 
jumping-off place. Harris, J. C. 
Jungle folk. See Harte, B. Stories three 
Jupiter Tonans. Long, J. L. 
Just man. Trask, K. N. 
Just meat. London, J. 
Justice and the judge. Deland, M. 
Justice of Soliman. Jokai, IM. 
Justice of the peace. Phillpotts, E. . 
Kaa's hunting. Ivipling, R. 
Kaintuck. Seawell, M. E. 



Kane, a soldier servant. Grand, S. 
Kansas stories. White, W. A. 
Karain: a memory. Conrad, J. 
"Kaschtanka." Bad conduct. Chekhov, 

A. P. 
Kaskaskia. Sec Catherwood, M. H. Old 

Kaskaskia 
Kassyan of Fair springs. See Turgenev, 

I. S. Kasyan from the Fair-Metcha 
Kasyan from the Fair-Metcha. Turgenev, 

I. S. 
Kate: a pretense. Michelson, M. 
Kathayan. Judson, E. C. 
Kathleen, the daughter of Hoolihan, and 
Hanrahan the Red. See Yeats, W. B. 
Hanrahan and Cathlcen the daughter of 
Hoolihan 
Katia. Sec Tolstoi, L. N. Family happi- 
ness 
Katie Cheyne. Hogg, J. 
Keats, Gwendoline (Zack, pseud.) 
At the stroke of the hour 

III Life is life 
Balance 

/;; Roman road 
Benjamin Parrot's fancy 
In Tales of Dunstable Weir 
Scrib M 30: i53 
Busted blue doll 
In Life is life 
Crooksie 

In Tales of Dunstable Weir 
Dave 

In Life is life 
English girl's Christmas presents 

/;; Life is life 
Failure of Flipperty 

In Life is life 
Hall and he 

In Tales of Dunstable Weir 
Mary Amelia Spot 

/;; Tales of Dunstable Weir 
Blackw 165:616 
Eclectic M 137: i54 
Liv Age 229: 772 
Rab Vinch's wife 

In Life is life 
Red-haired man's dream 

In Life is life 
Right o' wav 

/;; Tales of Dunstable \\ eir 
Roman road 

In Roman road 
Sisters , ^^ . 

In Tales of Dunstable A\ eir 
Pall Mall M 24:440 
Stone pine 

In Life is life 
Storm 

In Life is life 
Critic 33- 71 
Thoughty 

/;/ Roman road 
Travelling Joe 
/;/ Life is life 

Blackw i6t : 420 
. Liv Age 213: 548 
Village pump Fewins 

In Talcs of Dunstable Weir 



i8o 



IXDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Keats, Gwendoline —Continued. 
Widdcr V'lint 
/;/ Life is life 

Blackw i6o: 463 
Liv Age 213: 271 
Keen-point, Cob-handle, and Butch. Har- 
ris, J. C. 
Keeper of conscience. Zangwill, I. 
Keeper of the bishop. Mason, A. E. W. 
Keeper of the light. Van Dyke, H. 
Keepers of a charge. Stetson, G. E. C. 
Keepers of the lamp. Quiller-Couch, A. T. 
Keeping up appearances. Jacobs, W. W. 
Keeping up with Dan'l Webster. Bacheller, 

I. A. 
Keeping up with Harr}^ See Bacheller, I. A. 

'"Charge it" 
Keeping up with Lizzie. Bacheller, I. A. 
Keeping watch. Jacobs, W. W. 
Keesh, the son of Kcesh. London, J. 
Kelly, Myra (Mrs, Allan MacNaughton) 
1876-1910 
Bailey's babies 

/;; Little aliens 
Bent twig 

In Little aliens 
Brand from the burning 

/;; Little aliens 
Christmas guest 

In New faces 
Christmas present for a lady 
In Little citizens 
IMcClure 20: 195 
Etiquette of Yetta 

In Little aliens 
Every goose a swan 

In Little aliens 
Friends 

In Little aliens 
Games in gardens 
In Little aliens 
Gifts of the philosophers 
In Wards of liberty 

Ladies' H J 22: D p g, 55 
Great oaks from little acorns 

In New faces 
H. R. H., the prince of Hester street 
In Little citizens 
McClurc 23: 103 
In loco parentis 
In Wards of liberty 
McClure 25: 366 
Land of heart's desire 
/;; Little citizens 
AlcClure 23: 240 
Little Bo-peep 

/;; Wards of lil)crtv 
McClure 2<S: 115 
Little maitcr of real estate 
/;; Little citizens 
McClure 21 : 130 
Love among the blackboards 
In Little citizens 
McClure 20:485 
Magic cane 

In Little aliens 
Misery loves company 

Jn New faces 
Morris and the Honorable Tim 
/;; Little citizens 
McClure -'1:464 



Origin of species 
In Little aliens 
Passport to paradise 
In Little citizens 
McClure 24: 53 
Perjured Santa Claus 
In Wards of liberty 
Play's the thing 
In New faces 
Slaughter of the innocents 

In Wards of liberty 
Soul above buttons 
In Wards of liberty 
McClure 27: 2,37 
Spirit of Cecelia Anne 

In Little citizens 
Star of Bethlehem 

In Wards of liberty 
Theodora, gift of God 

In New faces 
There's danger in numbers 

In New faces 
Touch of nature 
In Little citizens 
McClure 22: 249 
Uses of adversity 

In Little citizens 
When a man's widowed 
In Little citizens 
IMcClure 22: 517 
Who is SAdvia? 

In Little citizens 
Wiles of the wooer 
/;; W\ards of liberty 
Kennedy, Patrick, 1801-1873 
Haughty princess 

In Tappan, E. M. Children's Hour i: 
44.S 
Ken's myster3^ Hawthorne, J. 
Kent Hampden. Davis, Rebecca H. 
Kentuckians. Fox, J., jr. 
Kentucky cardinal. Allen, J. L. 
Kentucky Cinderella. Smith, F. H. 
Kentucky princess. Cathcrwood, M. H. 
Kentucky's ghost. Ward, E. S. P. 
Kenyon's innings. Hornung, E. W. 
Kerb and gutter. Besant, W. 
Kernel the size of an ag^. See Tolstoi, 

L. N. Seed as big as a hen's egg 
Key. Bacon, J. D. 
Key of the tower. Van Dyke, H. 
Key to the east gate. Bacon, J. D. 
Keystone crime. Wister, O. 
Khan and his son. Gorky, M. 
Khodinka. Tolstoi, L. N. 
Kholstomer. Tolstoi. L. N. 
Khor and Kalinitch. Turgenev, I. S. 
Kicklcburv's on the Rhine. Thackerav, 

W. ^I. 
Kidd the pirate. Irving. ^^^ 
Kidnapped. Kipling. R. 
Kidnapped bride. Cathcrwood. M. IT. 
Kidnapped colony. .Andrews, M. R. S. 
Kidnappers. Davis, C. B. 
Kidnapping. Hpvriman, K. F. 
Kidnapping of President Lincoln. Har- 
ris, T. C. 
Kielland, Alexander Lange, 1840-1006 
.\t tlie fair 

/)) Tal<'s of two countries 
Warner librarv 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



i8i 



Battle of Waterloo 

In Tales of two countries 
Dead leaves. 5"t'^ Kielland, A. L. With- 
ered leaves 
Elsie: a Christmas story 

In Elsie , a t 

For green is hope. See Kielland, A. i-. 

Hope's clad in April green 
Good conscience 

In Tales of two countries 
Hope's clad in April green [Hope is 
green; For green is hope] 
In Tales of two countries 
Music 19: 131 
Poet-Lore 3: 315 
Parsonage 

In Talcs of two countries 
Peat moor 

In Tales of two countries 
Pharaoh 

In Tales of two countries 
Romance and reality 

In Talcs of two countries 
Siesta , , 

In Maupassant, G. de, and others. 
Modern ghosts 
Two friends 

In Tales of two countries 

Stories by foreign authors, Scandin- 
avian 
Scandinavia 2: 281, 291 
Withered leaves [dead leaves] 
In Tales of two countries 
Scandinavia 2: 135 
Killed at Resaca. Bierce, A. 
Killing of Hatim Tai. Sec Kipling, R. 

Smith administration 
Killing of Julius Caesar localized. Clem- 
ens, S. L. 
Killy Billy of Ballarat. Roberts, M. 
Kimmey mother. Donnell, A. H. 
Kind girls. Maupassant, G. de 
Kindly jest. Reade, C. 
Kinetoscope of time. Matthews, J. B. 
King, Charles, 1844- 
Adjutant's story 

In Colonel's Christmas dinner 
Betrayed by a button 

In Conquering corps badge 
Boy that couldn't stand fire 

In Lippinc 74: 749 
Camera capture 

In- Conquering corps badge 
Captain Close 

In Lippinc 54: i 
Captain dreams again 
In Cosmopol 25: 577 
Captain Santa Claus 

In Campaigning with Crook 
Harper 76: 107 
Code of the corps 

In Lippinc 67: 337 
Conquering corps badge 

In Conquering corps badge 
Dayton's wooing 

In Cosmopol 37: 339 
Dove cote days 

In Conquering corps l^adge 
' Fate of Guadalupe 

In Conquering corps badge 



From "The Point" to the plains 

In Starlight ranch 
Jack Royal 

In Conquering corps badge 
Lanier of the cavalry 

In Lippinc 83: 129 
Lass of the Laramie 

In Lippinc 75:600 
Like father, like son 

In Lippinc 69: 493 
Luck of the horseshoe 

In Conquering corps badge 
Manila wire 

In Conquering corps badge 
Mystery of 'Mahbin mill 

In Campaigning with Crook 
Pepita 

In Lippinc 71:822 
Plodder's promotion 

In Campaigning with Crook 
Rancho del Muerto 

In Outing 17: 3, 121 
Ray's daughter 

In Lippinc 65: 803 
Rival ally 

In Conquering corps badge 
Senator's plight 

In Conquering corps badge 
Sergeant Croesus 

In Lippinc 52:641 
Starlight ranch 

In Starlight ranch 
Two soldiers 

In Lippinc 45: 293 
Van 

In Starlight ranch 
Lippinc 36:512 
Waring's peril 

In Lippinc 51: 257 
Well won; or, From the plains to "The 
Point" 
In Starlight ranch 
Worst man in the troop 
In StarLght ranch 
Lippinc 32: 287 
King, Grice Elizabeth, 1852- 
Anne Marie and Jeanne Marie 
In Balcony stories 
Cent 46: 372 
Balcony 

In Balcony stories 
Bayou I'Ombre 
In Tales of time and place 
Harper 75 : 266 
Bonne Maman 

In Tales of time and place 
Harper 73 ■ 293 
Christmas story of a little church 
In Tales of time and place - 
Harper 78:94 
Clodhopper 

In McClure 28: 487 
Crippled hope 
In Balcony stories 
Cent 46:374 
Delicate affair 
In Balcony stories 
Cent 46:884 
Destiny 

In Harper 96: 541 



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INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



King, Grace Elizabeth ~C on tiiiurd. 
Drama of an evening 
Jn Monsieur Molte 

Xew Princeton R 4: 363 
Drama of three 
In Balcony stories 
Cent 45 : 280 
Earthlings 

In Lippinc 42: 599 
Evening party 

In Harper 89: 192 
Festival of the dead. See King, G. E. 

Madrilene 
Grandmama 

In Cent 46: 204 
La grande demoiselle 
In Balcony stories 
Cent 4"^: 323 
Grandmother's grandmother 
In Balcony stories 
Cent 46: 722 
Little convent girl 
In Balconj' stories 
Cent 46: 546 
Madrilene; or, Tiie festival of the dead 
In Tales of time and place 
Harper 81 : 869 
Making progress 

In Harper 102: 423 
Marriage of Marie Modeste 
In Monsieur Motte 

Xew Princeton R 5:246 
Mimi's marriage 
In Balcony stories 
Cent 45:493 
Miracle chapel 

In Balcony stories 
Cent 45:497 
Monsieur Motte 
In Monsieur Motte 

Xew Princeton R 1:91 
Old lady's restoration 
In Balcony stories 
Cent 46: 724 
On the plantation 

In Monsieur Motte 
On the prairie 

In Booklover's M 7:324 
One of us 

In Balcony stories 
Cent 46: 544 
Pupasse 

In Balcony stories 

Cent 46:889 

Story of a day 

In Balcony stories 

Cent 46: 230 

War-time Santa Claus 

In Collier's 44: D 11 p 12 
King a-begging. Barr, R. 
King and the anarchist. Norris, W. E. 
King Assarhaddon. See Tolstoi, L. N. Es- 

sarhaddon 
King Bear. Mitchell, S. W. 
King Bemba's Point. Landers, J. 
King I'.illy of Ballarat. Roberts. M. 
King Buttercup's wedding. Corelli, M. 
King Candaules. Gautier, T. 
King Charles's shilling. Hale. E. E. 
King David. Woolson, C. F. 
King David's friend. Bcsant, W. 



King dines. Barr, R. 

King Floras and the Fair Jehane. Le Gal- 

lienne, R. 
King Harwood. Mitford, M. R. 
King James of the strawberry patch. Earle, 

M. T. 
King Lear of the steppes. Turgenev, I. S. 
King o' Prussia. Quiller-Couch, A. T. 
King of Bad Bad. Morris, G. 
King of Beaver. Catherwood, M. H. 
King of Boyville. White, W. A. 
King of Folly island. Jewett, S. O. 
King of Hayti. DeQuincey, T. 
King of Schnorrers. Zangwill, I. 
King of the Azores. Bangs, J. K. 
King of the baboons. Gibbon, P. 
King of the clinkers. Harris, J. C. 
King of the foxes. Doyle. A. C. 
King of the Golden river; or. The black 

brothers. Ruskin, J. 
King of the Greeks. London, J. 
King of Ys and Dahut the Red. Sharp. W. 
King on his way to be crowned. Le Gal- 

lienne, R. 
King Pepin and Sweet Clive. Wcvman, 

s. J. - ' 

King Pest. Poe, E. A. 

King Solomon of Kentucky. Allen, J. L. 
King that talked biggity. Harris, J. C' 
King who made mats (Persian) 

In Hawthorne, J. Library of mystery 
and detective stories, Oriental 
Kingdom of joy. Cutting, M. S. 
Kingdoms of the earth. Brown, A. 
King's ankus. Kipling, R. 
King's ashes. Sec Kipling, R. Smith ad- 
ministration 
King's end. Brown, A. 
King's gold. Barr, R. 
King's grave. Lagerlof, S. 
King's jackal. Davis, Richard H. 
King's jewel. \'an Dyke, H. 
King's lesson. Morris. \V. 
King's messenger. Crawford, F. M. 
King's page. Mitford, M. R. 
King's son. See Maupassant, G. de. Tim- 

buctoo 
King's son of Palemban. Hopkins, A\'. J. 
King's stratagem. Weyman, S. J. 
King's visit. Barr, R. 
King's ward. Mitford, M. R. 
Kingship. Mikhael. E. 
Kingsley, Henry, 1830-1876 
Lost child 
In Johnson, R. Little classics v 10 
Kingsley, Maurice 
1'ic) luan 

/;/ Howells. W. D. and Alden. H. M. 
Under the sunset 
Harper 86:386 
Kinsman of Red Cloud. Wister, O. 
Kinzer portraits. Comer, C. .V. 
Kip, Leonard, 1826-1006 
" — mas lias come" 

.Stories by .\merican authors v 
Kipling, Rudyard, 1865- 
.\(lor:ition of the mage 

hi I Works I Abaft the funnel [ Double- 
day 1 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



^83 



Amir's homily 

In [Works] Life's handicap [Double- 
day] 
[Works] In black and white (Out- 
ward bound) 
Among the railway folk 

In [Works] From sea to sea v 2 
Armadillos. See Kipling, R. Beginning 

of the Armadillos 
Army of a dream 

In [Works] Traffics and discoveries 
[Doubleday]; (Outward bound) 
Army of a dream 
Arrest of Lieutenant Golightly 

In [Works] Plain tales from the hills 
[Doubleday]; (Outward bound) 
At Howli Thana 

In [Works] Soldiers three [Doubleday] 
[Works] In black and white (Out- 
ward bound) 
At the end of the passage 

In [Works] Life's handicap [Double- 
day] 
[Works] Phantom 'rickshaw (Out- 
ward bound) 
Mine own people [Caldwell]; [Lov- 
ell]; [Nottingham Soc] ; [U. S. 
Book Co.] 
Lippinc 46: 246 
At the pit's mouth 

In [Works! Under the deodars [Dou- 
bleday] : (Outward bound) 
Under the deodars [Caldwell]; [Lov- 
ell]- [Macmillan]; [Nottingham 
Soc.]; [U. S. Book Co.] 
At twenty-two 

In [Works] Soldiers three [Double- 
day] 
[Works] In black and white (Out- 
ward bound) 
Baa, baa, black sheep 
In [Works] Under the deodars [Dou- 
bleday]; (Outward bound) 
Phantom 'rickshaw [Altemus] ; 

[Lovell] 
Wee Willie Winkie [Caldwell]; 
[Lovell iSg-] 
Badalia Herodsfoot. See Kipling, R. 

Record of Badalia Herodsfoot 
Bank fraud 
In [Works] Plain tales from the hills 
[Doubleday]; (Outward bound) 
Bazaar djulip. See Kipling, R. Smith 

administration 
Beginning of the Armadillos 

In [Works] Just-so stories [Double- 
day]; (Outward bound) 
Ladies H J 17: My p 3 
Below the mill dam 

In [Works] Traffics and discoveries 
[Doubleday]; (Outward bound) 
Monthly R 8 no. 3: 23 
Bertran and Bimi 

In [Works] Life's handicap [Double- 
day] 
[Works] Phantom 'rickshaw (Out- 
ward bound) 
Mine own people [Caldwell]; 
[Lovell]: [Nottingham Soc.]; 
[U. S. Book Co.] 



Betrayal of confidence 

In [Works] Abaft the funnel [Double- 
day] 
Beyond the pale 

In [Works] Plain tales from the hills 
[Doubleday]; (Outward bound) 
Big drunk draf 
In [Works] Soldiers three [Doubleday] 
[Works] Soldiers three pt 2 (Out- 
ward bound) 
Alulvanev stories [Altemus] 
Soldiers 'three [Caldwell]; [Lovell]; 
[Nottingham Soc] 
Bimi, Bertran and. See Kipling, R. 

Bertran and Bimi 
Bisara of Poorce 
In [Works] Plain tales from the hills 
[Doubleday]; (Outward bound) 
Bitters neat 
In [Works] Plain tales from the hills 
[Doubleday]; (Outward bound) 
Black Jack 
In [Works] Soldiers three [Doubleday] 
[Works] Soldiers three pt i (Out- 
ward bound) 
Mulvaney stories [Altemus] 
Soldiers three [Caldwell]; [Lovell]; 
[Nottingham Soc] 
Bonds of discipline 

In [Works] Traffics and discoveries 
[Doubleday]; (Outward bound) 
Bow flume cable-car 

In [Works] Abaft the funnel [Double- 
day] 
Bread upon the waters 
In [Works] Day's Work [Doubleday] 
[Works] Day's work pt 2 (Outward 

bound) 
McClure 8: 140 
Bride's progress. See Kipling, R. Smith 

administration 
Bridge-builders 
In [Works] Day's work [Doubleday] 
[Works] Day's work pt i (Outward 
bound) 
Broken-link handicap 

In [Works] Plain tales from the hills 
[Doubleday]; (Outward bound) 
Bronckhorst divorce case 

In [Works] Plain tales from the hills 
[Doubleday]; (Outward bound) 
Brother Square-toes 
In [Works] Rewards and fairies 
[Doubleday] 
Delin 76: Jl p6 
"Brugglesmith" 
In [Works] Many inventions [Double- 
day] 
[Works] Day's work pt 2 (Outward 
bound) 
Brushwood boy 
In [Works] Day's work [Doubleday] 
[Works] Day's work pt 2 (Outward 

bound) 
Cent 41: 265 
Bubbling well road 
In [Works] Life's handicap [Double- 
day] 
[Works] Phantom 'rickshaw (Out- 
ward bound) 



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IXDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Kipling, Rudyard —Continued. 
Burgher of the Free State 

1)1 Daily Express 1900 Je 26, 27, 28, 29, 
July 2, 3, 4 
Butterfly that stamped 
In [Works] Just- so stories [Double- 
day] ; (Outward bound) 
La'dies H J 19: O p 3 
By word of mouth 
In [Works] Plain tales from the hills 
[Doubleday] ; (Outward bound) 
Cable-car, the bow flume. See Kipling, R. 

Bow flume cable-car 
Captive 

In [Works] Traffics and discoveries 
[Doubleday]; (Outward bound) 
Illust Lond News Summer no. '03 
Cat that walked by himself 
In [Works] Just so stories [Double- 
day] ; (Outward bound) 
Ladies' H J 19: Jl p 4 
Windsor IM O '02 
Centurion of the thirtieth 

In [Works] Puck of Pook's Hill 
[Doubleday]; (Outward bound) 
McClure 27:3 
Chautauquaed 
hi [Works] Abaft the funnel [Double- 
day]; 
Children of the zodiac 
In [Works] Many inventions [Double- 
day] 
Works Phantom 'rickshaw (Out- 
ward bound) 
.007; story of a locomotive 
In [Works] Day's work [Doubleday] 
[Works] Day's work pt 2 (Outward 

bound) 
Scrib M 22: 135 
"City of dreadful night" 

In [Works] Life's handicap [Double- 
day] 
[Works] In black and white (Out- 
ward bound) 
Phantom 'rickshaw [Lovell 189-] 
Wee Willie Winkie [Caldwell]; 
Cold iron 
In [Works] Rewards and fairies 
[Doubleday] 
Dclin 74: 196 
Comprehension of private Copper 

In [Works] Traffics and discoveries 
[Doubleday]; (Outward bound) 
Everybody's 7: 316 
Strand M O '02 
Conference of the powers 
In [Works] Many inventions [Double- 
day] 
[Works] Soldiers three pt 2 (Out- 
ward bound) 
Courting of Dinah Shadd [Harper] 
Mine own people [Caldwell]; [Not- 
tingham Soc.]; [U. S. Book Co] 
United Service M n s 1:230 
Consequences 
In [Works] Plain talcs from the hills 
[Doubleday]; (Outward bound) 
Conversion of Aurelian McGoggin 
In [Works] Plain tales from the hills 
[Doubleday]; (Outward bound) 



Conversion of St. Wilfrid 
In [Works] Rewards and fairies 
[Doubleday] 
Delin 75: 34 
Courting of Dinah Shadd 
In [Works] Life's handicap [Double- 
day] 
[Works] Soldiers three pt i (Out- 
ward bound) 
Courting of Dinah Shadd [Harper] 
Mine own people [U. S. Book Co] 
Mulvaney stories [Altemus] 
Soldier stories [Macmillan] 
Soldiers three [Caldwell]; [Notting- 
ham Soc] 
Patten, W. International short sto- 
ries v 2 
Liv Age 185: 296 
JMacmillan's M Mr 1890 
• Cow-house jirga. See Kipling, R. Smith 
administration 
Crab that made the tide. See Kipling, R. 

Crab that played with the sea 
Crab that played with the sea [Crab that 
made the tide] 
In [Works] Just so stories [Double- 
day] ; (Outward bound) 
Pearson's M Ag '02 
Cupid's arrows 

In [Works] Plain tales from the hills 
[Doubleday]; (Outward bound) 
Daughter 'of the regiment 
In [Works] Plain talcs from the hills 
[Doubleday] 
[Works] Soldiers three pt i (Out- 
ward bound) 
Mulvaney stories [Altemus] 
Soldiers three [Caldwell]; [Notting- 
ham Soc] 
Deal in cotton 
In [Works] Actions and reactions 
[Doubleday] ; (Outward bound) 
Cassell's M Ja '08 
Death in the camp 
In [Works] Abaft the funnel [Double- 
day] 
Devil and the deep sea 
hi [Works] Day's work [Doubleday] 
[Works] Day's work pt i (Outward 
bound) 
District at play. See Kipling, R. Smith 

administration 
Disturber of traffic 
/;; [Works] Manv inventions [Double- 
day] 
[Works] Phantom 'rickshaw (Out- 
ward bound) 
Atlan 68:289 
Doctor of medicine 

In [Works] Rewards and fairies 
[Doubleday] 
Delin 74: 296 
Nash's M Ag '10 
Dray Wara Yow Dee 

In [Works] Soldiers three [Double- 
day] 
[Works] In black and white (Out- 
ward bound 
Dream of Duncan Parrenncss 
In [Works] Life's handicap [Double- 
day] 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



185 



Drums of the fore and aft 
In [Works] Under the deodars [Dou- 
bleday] 

[Works] Soldiers three pt i (Out- 
ward bound) 
Phantom 'rickshaw [Lovell 1890] 
Soldier stories [Doubleday]; [Mac- 

millan] 
Wee Willie Winkie [Caldwell]; 
[Lovell 189-] 
"Dymchurch flit" 

In [Works] Puck of Pook's Hill 
[Doubleday]; (Outward bound) 
McClure 27: 503 
Education of Otis Yeere 
In [Works] Under the deodars [Dou- 
bleday]; (Outward bound); [Cald- 
well]; [Lovell 189-]; [Macmillan]; 
[Nottingham Soc] 
Elephant's child 
In [Works] Just so stories [Double- 
day] ; (Outward bound) 
Ladies' H J 17: Ap p 3 
Windsor M F '02 
End of the passage. See Kipling, R. At 

the end of the passage 
Enlightenments of Pagett, M. P. 
In [Works] In black and white (Out- 
ward bound) 
Under the deodars [Caldwell]; [Not- 
tingham Soc] 
Contemp 68: :i2?i 
Erastasius of the Whanghoa 
In [Works] Abaft the funnel [Double- 
day] 
Error in the fourth dimension 
In [Works] Day's work [Doubleday] 
[Works] Day's work pt 2 (Outward 

bound) 
Cosmopol 18: 212 
Explanation of Mir Baksh. See Kipling, 

R. Smith administration 
Fallen idol 

In [Works] Abaft the funnel [Double- 
day] 
False dawn 

In [Works] Plain tales from the hills 
[Doubleday] ; (Outward bound) 
Under the deodars [Lovell 189-] 
Fatima — a dialogue {In the "Story of the 
Gadsbys" 
In [Works] Soldiers three [Doubleday] 
[Works] Under the deodars (Out- 
ward bound) 
Finances of the gods 
In [Works] Life's handicap [Double- 
day] 
[Works] In black and white (Out- 
ward bound) 
■"Finest story in the world" 

In [Works] Many inventions [Double- 
day] 
[Works] Phantom 'rickshaw (Out- 
ward bound) 
Phantom 'rickshaw [Caldwell]; [Not- 
tingham Soc] 
Contemp 60: 9 
Flag of their country 
In [Works] Stalky & Co. [Doubleday]; 
(Outward bound) 



Folly bridge 

In Daily express 1900 Je 15, 16 
For one night only 

In Longsman's M 15:611 
Friend's friend 
In [Works] Plain tales from the hills 
[Doubleday]; (Outward bound) - 
Gadsbys, The story of. See Kipling, R, 

Story of the Gadsbys 
Garden of Eden — dialogue 
In [Works] Soldiers three [Doubleday] 
[Works] Under the deodars (Out- 
ward bound) 
Garm — a hostage 
In [Works] Actions and reactions 
[Doubleday]; (Outward bound) 
Pearson's M Ja '00 
Gate of the hundred sorrows 
In [Works] Plain tales from the hills 
[Doubleday]; (Outward bound) 
Ridpath's library of universal litera- 
ture 
Gemini 

In [Works] Soldiers three [Double- 
day] 
[Works] In black and white (Out- 
ward bound) 
Georgie Porgie 
In [Works] Life's handicap [Double- 
day] 
[Works] In black and white (Out- 
ward bound) 
Germ-destroyer 
In [Works] Plain tales from the hills 
[Doubleday]; (Outward bound) 
Giridih coal-fields 
In [Works] From sea to sea [Double- 
day] 
[Works] From sea to sea pt 2 (Out- 
ward bound) 
Gloriana 
In [Works] Rewards and fairies [Dou- 
bleday] 
Delin 74:502 
Nash's M Mr '10 
God from the machine 

In [Works] Soldiers three [Double- 
day] 
[Works] Soldiers three pt i (Out- 
ward bound) 
Mulvaney stories [Altenius] 
Soldiers three [Caldwell]; [Lovell]; 
[Nottingham Soc] 
Good hunting 

In McClure 5: 195 
Great census. See Kipling, R. Smith 

administration 
Griffiths the safe man 
In [Works] Abaft the funnel [Double- 
day] 
Habitation enforced 
In [Works] Actions and reactions 
[Doubleday] ; (Outward bound) 
Cent 70: 617 
Hal o' the draft 
In [Works] Puck of Pook's Hill [Dou- 
bleday]; (Outward bound) 
McClure 27:413 
Hands of justice. 5"^^ Kipling, R. Smith 
administration 



i86 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Kipling, RudyaTd—Contitiucd. 
Haunted subalterns 

In [Works] Plain talcs from the hills 
[Doubleday]; (Outward bound) 
Head of the district 
In [Works! Life's handicap [Double- 
dav] 
[Works] In black and white (Out- 
ward bound) 
Mine own people [Caldwell]; [Xot- 

tingham Soc] 
Macmillan's M 6i: 228 
Her little responsibility 
In [Works] Abaft the funnel [Double- 
day] 
Her majesty's servants 
In [Works] Jungle book. First [Double- 
day] 
[W^orks] Jungle book. Second (Out- 
ward bound) 
Pail Mall M Mr 1894 
Hill of illusion 
In [Works] Under the deodars [Dou- 
bleday]; (Outward bound) 
Under the deodars [Caldwell] ; [Lov- 
ell 189-]: [Nottingham Soc] [U. S. 
Book Co] 
His brother's keeper 

/;; [Works] Abaft the funnel [Double- 
day] 
His chance in life 

In [Works] Plain talcs from the hills 

[Doublciday] ; (Outward bound) 

His majesty the king 

/;; [Works] Under the deodars [Dou- 

1)leday] ; (Outward bound) 

Phantom 'rickshaw [Altcmus] ; [Lov- 

ell 189-] 
Wee Willie Winkie [Caldwell]; 
[Lovell 189-] 
His private honour 
In [Works] Many inventions [Double- 
day] 
[Works] Soldiers three pt i (Out- 
ward bound) 
Eclectic M 117: 768 
Macmillan's I\l 64:464 
His wedded wife 

In [Works] Plain tales from the hills 
[Doubleday]; (Outward bound) 
Hawthorne, J. Library mvstery and 
detective stories, English-Scotch 
History of a fall 
In [Works] Al)aft the funnel [Double- 
day] 
House surgeon 

In [Works] .\ctions and reactions 
[Doubleday]; (Outward bound) 
Harper iiq: 489, 720 
How fear came 

In [Works] Jungle l)Ook. Second 
I Dou])leday] 
[VVorks] Jungle book. First (Out- 
ward bound) 
How the alphabet was made 

In [Works] Just so stories [Double- 
day] ; ((Dutward bound) 
How the camel got his hump 
In [Works] Just so stories [lOouble- 
dayl ; (Outward bound) 



How the first letter was written 
In [Works] Just so stories [Double- 
day] ; (Outward bound) 
Ladies' H J 19: D p 11 
How the leopard got his spots 

In [Works] Just so stories [Double- 
day]; (Outward bound) 
Ladies' H J 18: O p 3 
How the rhinoceros got his skin 
In I Works] Just so stories [Double- 
day] ; (Outward bound) 
How the whale got his skin 
In [Works] Just so stories [Double- 
day]; (Outward bound) 
Impressionists 
In [Works] Stalky & Co [Doubleday]; 
(Outward bound) 
In ambush 

In [Works] Stalky & Co [Doubleday]; 

(Outward bound) 
McClure 11: 307 
In an opium factory 

/;; [Works] From sea to sea pt 2 (Out- 
ward bound) 
In error 

In [Works] Plain tales from the hills 
[Doubleday]; (Outward bound) 
In flood time 

/;; [Works] Soldiers three [Double- 
day] 
In black and white (Outward bound) 
In the house of Suddhoo 
In [Works] Plain tales from the hills 
[Doubleday]; (Outward bound) 
Hawthorne, J. Library mystery and 
detective stories, English-Scotch 
In the matter of a private 
In [Works] Soldiers three [Doubleday] 
[Works] Soldiers three pt 2 (Out- 
ward bound) 
Soldiers three [Lovell] 
Under the deodars [Caldwell]: [Not- 
tingham Soc] 
In the presence 

In Everybody's 26:307 
In the pride of his youth 

In [Works] Plain tales from the hills 
[Doubleday]; (Outward bound) 
In the rukh 

In [Works] Manv inventions [Double- 
day] 
Jungle book. First (Outward bound) 
McClure 7: 23 
In the same boat 

III Harper 124: 3 
In the spring running | Mowgli leaves the 
jungle forever] 
In [Works] Jungle book. Second 
[Doubleday] 
[Works] Jungle 1)ook. First (Out- 
ward bound) 
Cosniopol 19: 670 
Incarnation of Krislina Mulvanev 

/;/ [Works] Life's liandicap '[Double- 
day] 
I Works] Soldiers tliree pt i (Out 

ward bound) 
Courting of Dinah Shadd [Harper] 
Mine own peojile | Lovell] ; [I'. S. 
Book Co ] 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



t87 



It! 



Mulvaney stories [Doubleday & Mc- 
Clure] 

Soldier stories [Doubleday & Mc- 
Clure]; [Macmillan] 

Soldiers three [Caldwell]; [Notting- 
ham Soc.] 

Eclectic M 114: 158 

Liv Age 184: 16 

Macmillan M 61: 146 



/;; [Works] Abaft the funnel [Double- 
day] 
Jews in Shuslian 
In [Works] Life's handicap [Double- 
day] 
[Works] In black and white (Out- 
ward bound) 
Judgment of Dungara 

In [Works] Soldiers three [Doubleday] 
[Works] In black and white (Out- 
ward bound) 
Judson and the empire 

In [Works] Many inventions [Double- 
day] 
[Works] Soldiers three pt 2 (Out- 
ward bound) 
Kaa's hunting 

In [Works] Jungle book. First 
[Doubleday]; (Outward bound) 
Kidnapped 
/;; [Works] Plain tales from the hills 
[Doubleday] 
Killing of Hatim Tai. See Kipling, R. 

Smith administration 
King's ankus 

In [Works] Jungle book. Second 
[Doubleday] 
[Works] Jungle book. First (Out- 
ward bouna) 
King's ashes. See Kipling. R. Smith ad- 
ministration 
Knife and the naked chalk 
In [Works] Rewards and fairies 
[Doubleday] 
Harper 120: 41 
Knights of the joyous venture 
In [Works] Puck of Pook's hill 
[Doubleday]; (Outward bound) 
Krishna Mulvaney, the incarnation of. See 
Kioling, R. Incarnation of Krishna 
Mulvaney 
Lamentable comedy of Willow Wood; a 
dialogue 
In Fortn ^3: 670 
Lang men o' Larut 

In [Works] Life's handicap [Double- 
day] 
[Works] Day's work pt 2 (Outward 
bound) 
Last of the stories 

In [Works] Abaft the funnel [Double- 
day] 
Last term 
In [Works] Stalky & Co. [Doubleday]; 
(Outward bound) 
Windsor M 1899 
Legs of Sister Ursula 
In Idler 3: 485 
McClure 2: 347 
Letter from Golam Singh. See Kipling, R. 
Smith administration 



Letters of marque 

In [Works] From sea to sea [Doul^le- 
day] 
[Works] From sea to sea pt i (Out- 
ward bound) 
Letting in the jungle 

In [Works] Jungle book. Second 
[Doubleday] 
[Works] Jungle book. First (Out- 
ward bound) 
McClure 4: 128 

Pall Mall Budget Christmas no. D 
13 1894 
Life of Xavier Lavelle 

In [Works] Actions and reactions 
[Doubleday]; (Outward bound) 
Likes o' us 

In [Works] Abaft the funnel [Double- 
day] 
Limitations of Pambe Serang 

In [Works] Life's handicap [Double- 
day] 
[Works] In black and white (Out- 
ward bound) 
Lispeth 

In [Works] Plain tales from the hills 
[Doubleday] ; (Outward bound) 
Little foxes 

In [Works] Actions and reactions 
[Doubleday]; (Outward bound) 
Collier's 43: Mr 27 p 15 ; 

Nash's M Ap '09 
Little more beef 

In [Works] Abaft the funnel [Double- 
day] 
Little prep 
In [Works] Stalky & Co. IDoubleday]; 
(Outward bound) 
Little Tobrah 

In [Works] Life's handicap [Double- 
day] 
[Works] In black and white (Out- 
ward bound) 
Lost legion 

1)1 [Works] Many inventions [Double- 
day] 
[Works] Soldiers three pt 2 (Out- 
ward bound) 
"Love o' women" 
In [Works] Many inventions [Double- 
day] 
[Works] Soldiers three pt 2 (Out- 
ward bound) 
^Madness of Private Ortheris 

In [Works] Plain tales from the hills 
[Doubleday] 
[Works] Soldiers three pt i (Out- 
ward bound) 
Mulvaney stories [Altemus] 
Soldier stories [Doubleday]; [Mac- 
millan] 
Soldiers three [Caldwell]; [Notting- 
ham Soc] 
Ridpath's library of universal litera- 
ture 
Maltese cat 
In [Works] Day's work [Doubleday] 
[Works] Day's work pt 2 (Outward 

bound) 
Cosmopol 19: 303 



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INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Kipling, Rudyard —Continued. 
Man who was 

/;; [Works] Life's handicap [Double- 
day] 
[Works] Soldiers three pt 2 (Out- 
ward bound) 
Courting of Dinah Shadd [Harper] 
Mine own people [Caldwell]; [Lov- 
ell]; [Nottingham Soc.]; [U. S. 
Book Co] 
Soldier stories [Doubleday]; [Alac- 

millan] 
Macmillan's M 61: 465 
Man who would be king 
In [Works] Under the deodars [Double- 
day] 
[Works] Phantom 'rickshaw (Out- 
ward bound) 
Pliantom "rickshaw [Altcmus]; 
[Caldwell]; [Lovell]; [Notting- 
ham Soc.] 
Cody, S. Selection from the world's 

greatest short stories 
Mabie, H. W.. and Strachey, L. 
Little masterpieces of fiction v 6 
Stories by English authors v 8 
Mark of the beast 
In [Works] Life's handicap [Double- 
day] 
[Works] Phantom 'rickshaw (Out- 
ward bound) 
Mine own people [Caldwell]; [Not- 
tingham soc] 
Marklake witches 

III [Works] Rewards and fairies 
[Doubleday] 
Matter of fact 
In [Works] ]\Iany inventions [Double- 
day] 
[Works] Phantom 'rickshaw (Out- 
ward bound) 
Menagerie abroad 
In [Works] Abaft the funnel [Double- 
day] 
Miracle of Purun Bhagat 
In [Works] Jungle book. Second 
[Doubleday]; (Outward bound) 
Miss Youghal's sais 
In [Works] Plain tales from, the hills 
[Doubleday]; (Outward bound) 
Mrs. Bathhurst 
In [Works] Traffics and discoveries 
[Doubleday]; (Outward bound) 
Windsor M 1904 
Mrs. Hauksbee sits out 
In [Works] Under the deodars (Out- 
ward bound) 
Illust Lond News Christmas no. i8(>o 
Moral reformers 

In [Works] Stalky & Co. [Doubleday]; 
(Outward bound) 
Mother Hive 

In [Works] Actions and reactions 
[Doubleday]; (Outward bound) 
Windsor M D '09 
Moti-Guj — mutineer 

In [Works] Life's handicap [Df.ublc- 
day] 
[Works] In black and wliite (Out- 
ward bound) 
Mine own people [Caldwell]; [Lov- 
ell]; [Nottingham Soc.]; [U. S. 
Book Co] 



Mowgli leaves the jungle forever. See 

Kipling, R. In the spring running 
Mowgli's brothers 
In [Works] Jungle book. First [Double- 
day] ; (Outward bound) 
St N Ja 1894 
Musketeers 
In [Works] Plain tales from, the hills 
[Doubleday] 
Mutiny of the Mavericks 
In [Works] Life's handicap [Double- 
day] 
[Works] Soldiers three pt 2 (Out- 
ward bound) 
Mine own people [Caldwell] ; [Lov- 
ell] ; [Nottingham Soc.]; [U. S. 
Book Co ] 
My great and only 
In [Works] Abaft the funnel [Double- 
day] 
My lord the elephant 

In [Works] Many inventions [Double- 
day] 
[Works] Soldiers three pt i (Out- 
ward bound) 
Macmillan's M 67: 161 
My own true ghost story 

In [Works] Under the deodars [Double- 
day] 
[Works] Phantom 'rickshaw (Out- 
ward bound) 
Phantom 'rickshaw [Altemus]; 
[Caldwell]; [Lovell]; [Notting- 
ham Soc] 
Hawthorne, J. Library mystery and 
detective stories, English-Scotch 
M3' Sunday at home 

I>i [W^orks] Day's work [Doubleday] 
[Works] Day's work pt 2 (Outward 

bound) 
Idler 7:388 
McClnre 5: 18 
Naboth 
In [Works] Life's handicap [Double- 
day] 
[Works] In black and white (Out- 
ward bound) 
Namgay Doola 

/;/ [Works] Life's handicap [Double- 
day] 
[Works] In black and white (Out- 
ward bound) 
Mine own people [Caldwell]; [Lov- 
ell]; [Nottingham Soc]; [U. S. 
Book Co ] 
New brooms 

In [Works] Aljaft the funnel [Double- 
day] 
New dispensation 

/)( [Works] Abaft the funnel [Double- 
day] 
Of those called 

/;; [Works] Soldiers three [Doubleday] 
I Works I Phantom 'rickshaw (Out- 
ward bound) 
Old men at Pevensey 

In [Works] Puck of Pook's hill 
[Doubleday]; (Outward bound) 
On exhibition 

In [Works] Abaft the funnel [Double- 
day] 



IXDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



189 



On Greenhow hill 
In [Works] Life's handicap [Double- , 
day] 
[Works] Soldiers three pt i (Out- 
ward bound) 
Courting of Dinah Shadd [Harper] 
IMine own people [Lovell]; [U. S. 

Book Co] 
Soldiers three [Caldwell]; [Not- 
tingham Soc.] 
Canby, H. S. Study of the short 

story 
Macmillan's M 62: 321 
On the city wall 
In [Works] Soldiers three [Double- 
day] 

[Works] In black and white (Out- 
ward bound) 
On the great wall 

In [Works] Puck of the Pook s hill 
[Doubleday]; t;Outward bound) 
McClurc 27: 147 
On the strensth of a likeness 

In [Works] Plain tales from the hills 
[Doubleday]; (Outward bound) 
Only a subaltern 

/;; [Works] Under the deodars [Double- 
day] 
[Works] Soldiers three pt 2 (Out- 
ward bound) 
Soldiers three [Lovell] 
Under the deodars [Caldwell]; [Not- 
tingham Soc] 
- Opinions of Gunner Barnabas. See Kip- 
ling, R. Smith administration 
Other man 

In [Works] Plain tales from the hills 
[Doubleday]; (Outward bound) 
- Outsider; a story of the Boer war 
In Daily Express Je 19, 20, 21 1900 
McClure 15: 210 
Phantom 'rickshaw 

/;; [Works] Under the deodars [Double- 
day] 
[Works] Phantom 'rickshaw (Out- 
ward bound) 
Phantom 'rickshaw [Altemus] ; [Lov- 
ell]; [Nottingham Soc] 
Pig 

In [Works] Plain tales from the hills 
[Doubleday]; (Outward bound) 
Pit that they digged 

In [Works] Under the deodars [Double- 
day] 
[Works] Phantom 'rickshaw (Out- 
ward bound) 
Poor dear Mamma: a dialogue (In The 
story of the Gadsbys) 
In [Works] Soldiers three [Double- 
day] 
[Worksl Under the deodars (Out- 
ward bound) 
Potted princess 

In St N Ja 1893 
Priest in spite of himself 

In [Works] Rewards and fairies 
[Doubleaay] 
Delin 76:94 
Private Learoyd's story 

In [Works] Soldiers three [Doubleday] 
[Works] Soldiers three pt i (Out- 
ward bound) 



Mulvaney stories [Altemus] 
Soldiers three [Caldwell]; [Lovell]; 
Nottingham Soc] 
Puzzler 

/;; [WorKs] Actions and reactions 
I Doubleday]; (Outward bound) 
Tribune (Lond) Ja i^;. 16 1907 
Quiquern 

In [Works] Jungle book. Second 
[Doubledayl: (Outward bound) 
McClure 5: 552 
Record of Badalia Herodsfoot 

In [Works] Many inventions [Double- 
day] 
[Works] Day's work, pt 2 (Outward 

bound) 
Detroit Free Press Christmas no. 

1890 
Harper's W N 15, 22, 1890 
Recrudescence of Imray 

In [Works] Mine own people [Cald- 
well]- [Lovell]; [Mottingham 
Soc]; [U. S. Book Co] 
Red dog 

In [Works] Jungle book. Second 
[Doubleday] 
[Works] Jungle book. First (Out- 
ward bound) 
Red lamp 

/;; [Works] Abaft the funnel [Double- 
day] 
Reingeldcr and the German liag 
/;; [Works] Life's handicap [Double- 
day] 
[Works] Phantom 'rickshaw (Out- 
ward bound) 
Rescue of Plutfles 

In [Works] Plain tales from the hills 
[Doubleday]; (Outward bound) 
Under the deodars [Caldwell] 
Return of Imray 

/;; [Works] Life's handicap [Double- 
day] 
[Works] Phantom 'rickshaw (Out- 
ward bound) 
"Rikki-tikki-tavi" 
/;; [Works] Jungle book. First [Double- 
day] 
[W'orks] Jungle book. Second (Out- 
ward bound) 
St N N 1893 
Robin Goodfellow — his friends 

/;; [Works] Puck of Look's hill 
[Doubleday] 
McClure 27:3, 147, 282, 413, 503, 588 
Rout of the white hussars 

In I Works] Plain tales from the hills 
[Doubleday]; (Outward bound) 
Sahib's war 

In [Works] Traffics and discoveries 
[Douoleday]; (Outward bound) 
Windsor M D 1901 
Second-rate woman 

In [Works] Under the deodars [Double- 
day] : (Outward bound) 
Under the deodars [Caldwell]: [Lov- 
ell]; [Nottingham Soc]; [U. S. 
Book Co] 
■/Self-made man. .S'^^^r Kipling, R. Smith 
administration 



190 



IXDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Kipling, Rudyard— r(';i//HJ/(-(/. 
Sending of Dana Da 

In [Works] Soldiers three [Doubleday] 
[Works] In black and white (Out- 
ward bound) 
Hawthorne, J. Library mystery and 
detective stories. English-Scotch 
Serai cabal. See Kipling, R. Smith ad- 
ministration 
.007; a story of a locomotive 
In [Works] Day's work [Doubleday]; 
(Outward bound) 
Scrib M 22: 135 
Shadow of his hand 

In [Works] Al)aft tlie funnel [Double- 
day] 
Ship that found herself 
/)( [Works] Day's work [Doubleday] 
[Works] Day's work pt i (Out- 
ward bound) 
Idler 8: 408 
McClure 6: 328 
Simple Simon 
In [Works] Rewards and fairies 
[Doubleday] 
Delin 75: 478 
Nash's M Jl '10 
Sing-song of the old man Kangaroo 
In [Works] Just so stories [Double- 
day] ; (Outward bound) 
Ladies' H J 17: Je p i 
Slaves of the lamp 
In [Works] Stalky & Co. [Doul^Ieday] ; 
(Outward bound) 
Cosmopolis 6: i, 305 
IMcClure 9: 837 
"Sleipner," late "Thurinda" 

In [Works] Abaft the funnel [Double- 
day] 
Smith administration [Bazaar djulip. 
Bride's progress. Cow-house jirga. 
District at play. Explanation of Mrs. 
Baksh. Great census. Hands of jus- 
tice. Hunting a miracle. Killing of 
Hatim Tai. King ashes. Letter from 
Golam Singh. Opinions of Gunner 
Barnabas. Self-made man. Serai 
cabal. Vengeance of Lai Beg. What 
it comes to] 
In [Works] From sea to sea pt 2 (Out- 
ward bound) 
Smoke of Manila 

In [Works] Abaft the funnel [Double- 
day] 
Solid Muldoon 

In [Works] Soldiers three [Douljleday] 
[W'orks] Soldiers three pt i (Out- 
ward bound) 
Mulvaney stories [Altemus] 
Soldiers three [Caldwell]; [Lovellj; 
[Nottingham Soc] 
Son of his father 

/;; [Works] Day's work ])t i (Outward 
bound) 
/Steam tactics 

In [Works] Tral'tics and discoveries 
[Doubleday]: (Outward bound) 
Windsor M D '02 
Story of a king. Sec Kipling, R. Smith 

administration 
Story of Muhammad Din 

In [Works I Plain tales from llie liills 
[Doubleday]: (Outward bound) 



Nutter, C. R. Specimens of prose 
composition 
Story of the Gadsbys 

In [Works] Soldiers three [Doubleday] 
[Works] Under the deodars (Out- 
ward bound) 
Strange ride of Morrowbie Jukes 

/;: [Works] Under the deodars [Double- 
day] 
I Works] Phanton 'rickshaw (Out- 
ward bound) 
Phantom 'rickshaw [Altemus]; [Lov- 
ell]; [Nottingham Soc.[ 
Supplementary chapter 

In [Works] Abaft the funnel [Double- 
day] 
Swelling of Jordan: a dialogue 
In [VVorks] Soldiers three [Doubleday] 
[Works] Under the deodars (Out- 
ward bound) 
Tabu tale 

In [Works] Just so stories (.Outward 
bound) 
Windsor JM S 1903 
Taking of Lungtenpen 

In [Works] Plain tales from the hills 
[Doubleday] 
[Works] Soldiers three pt i (Out- 
ward bound) 
Mulvaney stories [Altemus] 
Soldier stories [Macmillan] 
Soldiers three [Caldwell]; [Notting- 
ham Soc] 
Tents of Kedar: a dialogue 

/)/ [Works] Soldiers three [Doubleday] 
[Works] Under the deodars (Out- 
ward bound) 
-Their lawful occasions 

In [Works] Traffics and discoveries 
[Doubleday] ; (Outward bound) 
"They" 
In [Works] Traffics and discoveries 
[Doubleday]: (Outward bound) 
Scrib M 36: 129 
Three and — an extra 

In [Works] Plain tales from the hills 
[Doubleday] (Outward bound) 
Three nmskcteers 

In [Works] Plain tales from the hills 
[Doubleday] 
[Works 1 Soldiers three pt i (Out- 
ward bound) 
Mulvaney stories [Altemus] 
Soldiers three [Calducllj; | Notting- 
ham Soc] 
Three young men 

In [Works] Abaft the funnel [Double- 
day] 
Through the hre 

In [VVorks] Life's handicap [Double- 
day] 
[Works] In black and while (Out- 
ward bound) 
Thrown away 

//( [Works] Plain tales from liie hills 
I Doubleday]; (Outward bound) 
"Tiger! tiger!" 
/;/ [Works] Jungle book. First [ Double- 
day]; (Outward bound) 
St N F 1894 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



[91 



Tiglath Pileser 

In Worksl Abaft tlic funnel [Double- 
day] 
To be filed for reference 

In [Works] Plain tales from the hills 
[Doubleday]; (Outward bound) 
Tod's amendment 

In [Works] Plain tales from the Inlls 
[Doubleday]; (Outward bound) 
Tomb of his ancestors 

/;; [Works] Day's work [Doubleday] 
[Works] Day's work pt i (Out- 
ward bound) 
McClure 10: 9Q 
Pearson's M D 1898 
Toomai of the elephants 
In [Works] Jungle book. First [Double- 
day] 
[Works] Jungle book, Second (Out- 
ward bound) 
St N D 1893 
Tour of inspection 

In Windsor M D 1904 
Track of a lie 
In [Works] Under the deodars [Double- 
day] 
[Works] Phantom 'rickshaw (Out- 
ward bound) 
Treasure of the law 

In [Works] Puck of Pook's hill 
[Doubledav]; (Outward bound) 
McClure 27:588 
Tree of justice 

In [Works] Rewards and fairies 
[Doubleday] 
Delin 75: 116 
Undertakers 

In [Works] Jungle book. Second 
[Doubleday]; (Outward bound) 
Unqualified pilot 

In Windsor U F 1895 
Unsavory interlude 

In [Works] Stalky & Co. [Doubleday]: 
(Outward bound) 
Valley of the shadow — dialogue [In The 
story of the Gadsbys] 
In [Works] Soldiers three [Doubleday] 
[Works] Under the deodars (Out- 
ward bound) 
Vengeance of Lai Beg. See Kipling, R. 

Smith administratioii 
Venus anno domini 

In [Works] Plain tales from the hills 
[Doubleday]; (Outward bound) 
Walking delegate 

In [Works] Day's work [Doubleday] 
[Works] Day's work pt i (Out- 
ward bound) 
Cent 49: 289 
Wandering Jew 

In [Works] Life's handicap [Doul)le- 
day] 

[Works] Phantom 'rickshaw (Out- 
ward bound) 
Watches of the night 

In [Works] Plain tales from the hills 
[Doubleday]; (Outward bound) 
Way that he took 
In Cosmopol 30:49 - 

Daily Express Jc 12, 13, 14 1900 



Wayside comedy 

In [Works] Under the deodars [Douljle- 
day] ; (Outward bound) 
Under the deodars [Caldwell; [Not- 
tingham Soc] 
Wee Willie Winkie 

In [Works] Under the deodars [Double- 
day] ; (Outward bound) 
Phantom 'rickshaw [Altemus] ; [Lov- 

ell 1890] 
Wee Willie Winkie [Caldwell]; 

[Lovell] 
Tappan, E. M. Children's hour 10: 
242 
Weland's sword 

In [Works] Puck of Pook's hill 
[Doubleday]; (Outward bound) 
What it comes to. See Kipling, R. Smith 

administration 
White seal 
In [Works] Jungle book. First [Double- 
day] 
[Works] Jungle book. Second (Out- 
ward bound) 
National M 21 : 845 
William the conqueror 

/;; [Works] Day's work [Doubleday] 
[Works] Day's work pt i (Outward 
bound) 
Winged hats 

In [Works] Puck of Pook's hill 
[Doubleday]; (Outward bound) 
McClure 27:282 
"Wireless" 
In [Works] Traffics and discoveries 
[Doubleday]; (Outward bound) 
Scrib M 32: 129 
With any amazement: a dialogue [In The 
story of the Gadsbys] 
In [Works] Soldiers three [Doubleday] 
[Works] Under the deodars (Out- 
ward bound) 
With the main guard 

In [Works] Soldiers three [Doubleday] 
[Works] Soldiers three pt i (Out- 
ward bound) 
Mulvaney stories [Altemus] 
Soldier stories [Doubleday]; [Mac- 

millan] 
Soldiers three [Caldwell]; [Lovell]; 
[Nottingham Soc] 
With the night mail 

In [Works] Actions and reactions 
[Doubleday]: (Outward bound) 
McClure 26: 23 
Windsor M D 1905 
V/ithout benefit of clergy 

In fWorks] Life's handicap [Double- 
day] 
[Works] In black and white (Out- 
ward bound) 
Courting of Dinah Shadd [Harper] 
Mine own people [Caldwell]: [Not- 
tingham Soc.]; [U. S. Book Co] 
Wee Willie Winkie [Lovell] 
Jessup, A., and Canby, H. S. Book 

of the short story 
]\Iabie. H. W., and Strachey, L. 

Little masterpieces of fiction v i 
Warner library • — 
Eclectic M 115: 199 
Liv Age 185:788 
Macmillan's M 62: 148 



192 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Kipling, Rudyard— Cr>)//(»»rcy. 

World without: a dialogue [In The story 
of the Gadsbys] 
lu [Works] Soldiers three [Doubleday] 
[Works! Under the deodars (Out- 
ward bound) 
Wreck of the Visigoth 
In [Works] Soldiers three [Doubleday] 
[Works] Day's work pt 2 (Outward 
bound) 
Wressley of the foreign office 

In [Works] Plain tales from the hills 
[Doubleday]; (Outward bound) 
Wrong thing 

In [Works] Rewards and fairies 
[Doubleday] 
Delin 74: 402 
Nash's M My '10 
"Yoked with an unbeliever" 

In [Works] Plain tales from the hills 
[Doubleday]; (Outward bound) 
Young men at the manor 
In [Works] Puck of Pook's hill 
[Doubleday]; (Outward bound) 
Xavier Lavclle. See Kipling, R. Life of 
Xavier Lavelle 
Kirby's coals of fire. Stockton, L. 
Kirk, Ellen (Warner) Olney (Mrs. John 
Foster Kirk) (Henry Hayes, pseud.) 
1842- 
Anti-climax 

In Lippinc 66: 3 
Aux serieux 

In Better times stories 
Better times 

In Better times stories 
Bit of human nature 
In Lippinc 70: 259 
Bohemian 

In Better times stories 
Fairy gold 
In Fairy gold 
Lippinc 30: 41 
High steeple of St. Chrysostom's 
In Revolutionary love-story 
Appleton's M 20: 501 
Love in idleness 
/;; Love in idleness 

Lippinc 18: 175; 19: 48 
Miss Ruth 
In Better times stories 
Galaxy 22: 646 
One too many 
In Better times stories 
Atlan 42: 129 
Pair of silk stockings 

In Better times stories 
Revolutionary love-story 

hi Revolutionary love-story 
Story of a silk dress 

In Better times stories 
Tragedy at Dale farm 

In Better times stories 
Widow's mite 

In Better times stories 
Young doctor 
In Better times stories 



Kirkland, Caroline Matilda Stansbury, 1801- 
1864 
Bee-tree 

/;; Baldwin, C. S. American short stories 
Kiss. Bland. E. N. 
Kiss. Chekhov, A. P. 
Kiss. Maupassant, G. de 

Kit Kennedy, ne'er-do-well. Crockett, S. R. 
Kitchen colonel. Freeman, M. E. W. 
Kitchen side of a door. Fcrbcr, E. 
Kito. Long, J. L. 
Kitten that did. Osbourne, L. 
Kittie's sister Josephine. Jordan, E. G. 
Kittykin. and the part she played in the war. 

Page, T. N. 
Kitty's class day. Alcott, L. M. 
Kjelland, Alexander Lange. See Kielland, 

A. L. 
Kleptomaniac. Cameron, M. 
Klingeljungc. Viebig. C. 
Klosterheim. DeQuincey, T. 
Knapsack. Edgeworth, M. 
Knave of hearts. Grant, R. 
Knee-deep in knickers. Fcrber. E. 
Knees of the gods. Hornung, E. W. 
Knickerbocker redivivus. Loomis, C. B. 
Knife. Crane, S. 

Knife and the naked chalk. Kipling, R. 
Knife in the crooked thorn. MacManus, S. 
Knife that killed Po Hancy. Stockton, F. R. 
Knight-errant of the foot-hills. Harte, B. 
Knight of Dannebrog. Bovesen, H. H. 
Knight of the Black Forest." Litchfield, G. D. 
Knight of the Cumberland. Fox. J., jr. 
Knight of the legion of honor. Smith, F. H. 
Knights of industry. Krestovski, V. V. 
Knights of the joyous venture. Kipling, R. 
Knight's secret. Rcade, C. 
Knightsbridge mystery. Reade, C. 
Knitters in the sun. Bates, A. 
Knitting-room. Blicher, S. S. 
Knitting sale-socks. Spofford, H. P. 
Knock . . . knock . . . knock. Turgenev, 

I. S. 
Kock, Charles Paul de, 1 794-1 871 
Guilty secret 

In Patten, \\'. International short sto- 
ries V 3 
Kompert, Leopold, 1822-1886 
Ghetto violet 

In Stories bj- foreign authors, German 
V 2 
Silent woman 

/// Maupassant, G. de, and others. ^lod- 
ern ghosts 
Kunovaloff. Gorky, M. 
Koolau the leper. London. J. 
Korney Vasilyev. Tolstoi, L. N. 
Korolenko, Vladimir Galaktionovich, 1853- 
r.lind musician 

//; Blind nuisician 
Cormorants. See Komlcnko, \". G. 

Sketches of a Siberian tourist 
Easter night 

In Vagrants 
Exterminator. See Korolenkt), V. G. 

Sketches of a Siberian tourist 
Forest is mumuring. See Korolenko, 
\'. (i. Forest sloughs 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



193 



Forest sloughs [Forest is murmuring] 
In Vagrant 

Russiaa R 2: 162 
"Hollow below the devil's finger." See 
Korolenko, V. G. Sketches of a 
Siberian tourist 
In bad society 

In In two moods 
In two moods 

In In two moods 
Inspector. See Korolenko, V. G. Sketches 

of a Siberian tourist 
Investigation continued. See Korolenko, 
V. G. Sketches of a Siberian tourist 
Ivan, aged thirty-eight years. See Koro- 
lenko, V. G. Sketches of a Siberian 
tourist 
Old bell-ringer 
In Vagrant 

Esenwein, J. B. Short story master- 
pieces, Russian v 2 
Russian R 3: 49 
Saghalinian: the tale of a vagrant 

1)1 Vagrant 
Sketches of a Siberian tourist [Cormorants 
"Hollow below the devil's finger." 
Slayer. Voltairian of Siberia. Exter- 
minator. Yevsej'itch. Inspector. 
Ivan, aged thirty-eight years. Inves- 
tigation continued] 
In Vagrant 
Slayer. See Korolenko, V. G. Sketches 

of a Siberian tourist 
Vagrant. See Korolenko, V. G. Sagha- 
linian 
Voltairian of Siberia. See Korolenko, 
V. G. Sketches of a Siberian tourist 
Yevseyitch. See Korolenko. V. G. 
Sketclies of a Siberian tourist 
Kors Davie. Eekhoud, G. 
Kourasoffs. Seawell, M. E. 
Krestovski, V., pseud. (Hvoschinskaya, N. 
D.) 1825-1869 
Knights of industry 
In Hawthorne, J. Library mystery and 
detective stories, German, etc. 
Kreutzer sonata. Tolstoi, L. N. 
Krishna Mulvaney. See Kipling, R. Incar- 
nation of Krishna Mulvaney 
Kuprin, Alexander Ivanovich, 1870- 
Hangman 
III Russian R 3: 39 



Labor captain. Osbourne, L. 

Labor of love. Magruder, J. 

Labour, death and disease. Tolstoi, L. N. 

Labourer Emelyan and the empty drum. See 

Tolstoi, L. N. Story of Yemilyan and 

the empty drum 
Lad who went to the North wind. Dasent, 

G. W. 
Ladder of grief. Thanet, O. 
Ladder of lions. Harris, J. C. 
Ladies' battle. Seawell, M. E. 
Ladies' man. Barr, R. 
Ladies" societies. Dickens, C. 
Lads and lassies. Barrie, J. M. 
Lady. A monologue of the cow-pen. Stuart, 

R. M. 
Lady and death. Paget, V. 



Lady and her soul. Long, J. L. 
Lady and the beggar. Hichens, R. S. 
Lady and the Ka7i (Persian) 

In Hawthorne, J. Library mystery and 
detective stories. Oriental 
Lady Arabella. Hawthorne, N. 
Lady Arabella Johnson. Sigourney, L. H. 
Lady-baby. Stuart, R. M. 
Lady Barberina. James, H. 
Lady Betty's indiscretion. Weyman, S. J. 
Lady Caroline, afterwards Marchioness of 

Stonchenge. Hardy, T. 
Lady Clare; story of a horse. Boyesen, H. H. 
Lady Dugdale. TroUope, A. 
Lady Eleanor: lawbreaker. Barr, R. 
Lady Eleanore's mantle. Hawthorne, N. 
Lady Ferry. Jewett, S. O. 
Lady from Red Horse. Bicrcc, A. 
Lady Gwendolen episode. Barr, R. 
Lady higher up. Henry, O. 
Lady Icenway. Hardy, T. 
Lady in Hosea. Sharp, W. 
Lady in the box. Stockton, F. R. 
Lady in the sacque. 5"t'^ Scott, W. Tapes- 
tried chamber 
Lady Kitty. Besant, W. and Rice, J. 
Lady Alarabout's troubles. Ouida 
Lady Mary's mistake. Maartens, M. 
Lady Mottisfont. Hardy, T. 
Lady of Launay. Trollope, A. 
Lady of Little Fishing. Woolson, C. F. 
Lady of Lucerne. Smith, F. H. 
Lady of Lyons. Merrick, L. 
Lady of Mount Vernon. Sigourney, L. H. 
Lady of quality. Fuller, H. B. 
Lady of Shalott. Ward, E. S. P. 
Lady of the barge. Jacobs, W. W. 
Lady of the flagon. Hawkins, A. H. 
Lady of the land. Morris, W. [Edgar] 
Lady of the lift. Hornung, E. W. 
Lady of the pool. Hawkins, A. H. 
Lady of the red admirals. Quiller-Couch, 

A. T. 
Lady of the ship. Quiller-Couch, A. T. 
Lady of yesterday. Peattie, E. W. 
Lady, or the tiger? Stockton, F. R. 
Lady Penelope. Hardy, T. 
Lady Ravelgold. Willis, N. P. 
Lady-rustic. Pushkin, A. S. 
Lady Silverdale's sweetheart. Black, W. 
Lady slipper. Dunbar, P. L. 
Lady Tal. Paget, V. 
Lady Vera, semi-militant: the crime doctor 

gains an assistant. Hornung, E. W. 
Lady with the carnations. Corelli, M. 
Lady's maid's bell. Wharton, E. 
Lady's shoe. Barrie, J. M. 
Laeta Acilia. France, A. 
Lagerlof, Selma [Ottiliana Lovisa] 1858- 

Air-ship 

In Girl from the marsh croft 

Among the climbing roses 
In Invisible links 

Astrid. See Lagerlof, S. Queens at Kun- 
gahalla 

Bethlehem's children 
In Christ legends 

Brothers 
/;; From a Swedish homestead 
Cur Lit 31: 149 



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INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Lagerlof, Se\ma—Contiiuicci. 
Christmas guest 

In Invisible links 
Christmas night 

In Good H 53- 745 
Dame Fast and Petter Nord 

In Liv Age 222:665, 750, 810, 877 
Dovvnie 

/;; Invisible links 
Emperor's vision 

In Christ legends 
Empress's money-chest 

/;; From a Swedish homestead 
Fallen king 

In Invisible links 
Fisherman's ring 

/;; From a Swedish homestead 
Flight into Egypt 

In Christ legends 

From a Swedish homestead 
Forest queen. See Lagerlof, S. Queens 

at Kungahalla 
Girl from the marsh croft 

In Girl from the marsh croft 
Hatto the hermit 

In Outlook 89: 949 
Holy night 

In Christ legends 
In Nazareth 

In Christ legends 
In the temple 

In Christ legends 
Inscription on the grave 

/;/ From a Swedish homestead 
It 

In Poet-Lore 11 : 321 
King's grave 

In Invisible links 
Legend of Reor 

In Invisible links 
Legend of the bird's nest 

1)1 Invisible links 
Legend of the Christmas rose 

In Girl from the marsh croft 
Mamsell Fredrika 

In Invisible links 
Chaut 54: 246 
Mother's portrait 

In Invisible links 
Musician 

In Girl from the marsh croft 
Old Agnete 

In From a Swedish homestead 
On the site of the great Kungahalla. See 

Lagerlof, S. Queens at Kungahalla 
Our Lord and St. Peter 

In Christ legends 

From a Swedish homestead 
Liv Age 224: 82 
- Outlaws 

hi Invisible links 
Peace of God 

In l-Tom a Swedish homestead 
Queens at Kungahalla: On the site of the 
great Kungahalla; The forest queen; 
Sigrid Storriidc; Astrid 
In hrom a Swedish homestead 



Robin Redbreast 

In Christ legends 
Bookm 24: 404 
Cur Lit 42: 346 
Romance of a fisherman's wife 

In Invisible links 
Sacred flame 

In Christ legends 
Saint Veronica's kerchief 

In Christ legends 
Santa Caterina of Sienna 

In From a Swedish homestead 
Sigrid .Storrade. See Lagerlof, S. Queens 

at Kungahalla 
Silver mine 

In Girl from the marsh croft 

• Spirit of fasting and Petter Nord 

In Invisible links 
Story from Halstanas 

In From a Swedish homestead 

• Story from Jerusalem 

In Girl from the marsh croft 
Story of a country house 

In From a Swedish homestead 
Story of a story 

In Girl from the marsli croft 
Uncle Reuben 

In Invisible links 
Valdemar Atterdag 
In Invisible links 
■ Wedding march 

In Girl from the marsh croft 
Why the pope lived to be so old 

In Girl from the marsh croft 
Wise men's well 
In Christ legends 
Lagoon. Conrad, J. 
Laird of Cassway. Hogg, J. 
Laird's luck. Quiller-Couch, A. T. 
Lake of devils. Andrews, M. R. S. 
Lake of the Great Slave. Parker, G. 
Lakshadatta and Labdhatta [Sanskrit] 

III Hawthorne, J. Library mystery and 
detective stories, Oriental 
Lamb, Charles, 1775-1834 
Adventures of Ulysses 

In Writings (Temple) v 5 
Arabella Hardy; or, The sea voyage 

In Writings (Temple) v 5 
Cupid's revenge 

In Writings (Temple) v 5 
Dream children 

In Writings (Temple) v 4 
Essays of Elia 
Marie Howe; or, The effects of witch sto- 
ries 
In Writings (Temple) v 5 
Rosamund Gray 

In Writings (.Temple) v 4 
Sea voyage. Sec Lamb, C. Arabella Hardy 
Susan Yates; or, First going to church 
In Writings (Temple) v 5 
Lambert's leap. Reade, C. 
Lame Jervas. Edgeworth, M. 
Lamentable comedy of Willow Wood: a dia- 
logue. Kipling, R. 
Lamentations of Jeremiah Johnson. Stuart, 

R. M. 
Lammas preacliing. Crockett, S. R. 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



195 



La Motte-Fouque, Friedrich Heinrich Karl, - 
freiherr de, 1 777- 1843 
Aslauga's knight 
In Aslauga's knight 
Lamp and the guitar. Quillcr-Couch, A. T. 
Lamp of liberty. Duncan, N. 
Lamp of Psyche. Wharton, E. 
Lampblack. Ouida 
Lancashire story. Sec Burnett, F. H. Surly 

Tim 
Lancer's wife. Maupassant, G. de 
Land. Austin, M. H. 
Land beyond the blow. Bierce, A. 
Land east of the sun and west of the moon. 

Morris, W. 
Land of heart's desire. Kelly, M. 
Land of love. Harland, H. 
Land of promise. Zangwill, I. 
Land of the blue flower. Burnett, F. H. 
Land of youth. Comer, C. A. 
Land without common folks. Brown, A. 
Landed proprietor. See Tolstoi, L. N. 

Russian proprietor 
Landers, J. 

King Bemba's Point 

In Stories by English authors, African 
Landless farmer. Jewett, S. O. 
Landlord of the Big Flume Hotel. Harte, B. 
Landscape chamber. Jewett, S. O. 
Landscape painter. James, H. 
Landslide and the train wreck. Jokai, M. 
Landsman's tale. Stockton, F. R. 
Lane that had no turning. Parker, G. 
Lang, Andrew, 1844-1912 

Adventure of the Canadian heiress 

In Disentanglers 
Adventure of the exemplary earl 

In Disentanglers 
Adventure of the fair American 

In Disentanglers 
Adventure of the first clients 

In Disentanglers 
Adventure of the lady novelist and the 
vaccinationist 
In Disentanglers 
Adventure of the lady patroness 

In Disentanglers 
Adventure of the miserly marquis 

In Disentanglers 
Adventure of the office screen 

In Disentanglers 
Adventure of the rich uncle 

In Disentanglers 
Betty Barnes, the cook 

In Blackw 187: 231 
Black dogs and the thumbless hand 

In Cornhill 74: 763 
In Castle Dangerous 
In Cornhill 53: 514 
Lippinc 37:545 
Lover in cocky 
In Disentanglers 
Lang men o' Larut. Kipling, R. 
Lang Tammas and Drumsheugh swear off. 

Bangs, J. K. 
Lanier of the cavalry. King, C. 
Lannigan system with girls. Fernald, C. B. 
Lantern. Brown, A. 
Lanty Foster's mistake. Harte, B. 
La Ramee, Louise de. See Ouida, pseud. 



La Rochefoucauld's saying. Litchfield, G. D. 
Larssen, O. 
Alanuscript 

In Hawthorne, J. Library mystery 
and detective stories, German etc. 
Lass of the Laramie. King, C. 
Last Anderson of Deeside. Crockett, S. R. 
Last antelope. Austin, M. H. 
Last assembling. Brown, A. 
Last asset. Wharton, E. 
Last book. Daudet, A. 
Last Carolan. Norris, K. 
Last Chance gulch. Crosby, M. 
Last Christmas. Allen, J. L. 
Last class. Daudet, A. 
Last conquest of Mrs. Byrd. Thanet, O. 
Last cruise of the Stella di Mare. Stetson, 

G. E. C. 
Last duchess of Belgarde. Seawcll, M. E. 
Last effect. Merrick, L. 
Last extremity. Payn, J. 
Last fiddling of Mordaunt's Jim. Dunbar, 

P. L. 
Last galley. Doyle, A. C. 
Last gift. Freeman, M. E. W. 
Last laugh. Hornung, E. W. 
Last leaf. Henry, O. 
Last lesson. Daudet, A. 
Last mass. Besant, W. 
Last mass; a reminiscence. Jokai, M. 
Last night. Bangs, J. K. 
Last of the fairy wands. Bishop, W. H. 
Last of the Fini. See Oisin in Tirnanogo 
Last of the legions. Doyle, A. C. 
Last of the smugglers. Crockett, S. R. 
Last of the stories. Kipling, R. 
Last of the troubadours. Henry, O. 
Last of the Valerii. James, H. 
Last of the wire-tappers. Train, A. C. 
Last ride together. Davis, Richard H. 
Last sacrifice. Watson, J. 
Last serpent. MacManus, S. 
Last sixty minutes. Glaspell, S. 
Last slave ship. Howe, G. 
Last spike. Warman, C. 
Last step. Maupassant, G. de 
Last Stetson. Fox, J., jr. 
Last straw. Michelson, M. 
Last straw. Phillpotts, E. 
Last supper. Sharp, W. 
Last term. Kipling, R. 
Last visit to a scholar. Dyar, M. 
Last word. Hornung, E. W. 
Lasting love. Maupassant, G. de 
Late Mr. Taylor. McCutcheon, G. B. 
Late Mr. Watkins of Georgia. Harris, J. C. 
Late supper. Jewett, S. O. 
Latin-quarter courtship. Harland, H. 
Latter-day wooing. Halevy, L. 
Laughin' in meetin'. Stowe, H. B. 
Laughter Hole. Phillpotts, E. 
Laughter of Scathach the queen. Sharp, W. 
Laurels and the lady. Merrick, L. 
Laurels of the brave. Corelli, M. 
Laurette or the red seal. Vigny, A. V. de 
Laurie Vane. Seawell, M. E. 
Lauson tragedy. De Forest, J. W. 
Lauth. Norris, F. 
Law and gospel. Halo. E. E. 
Law and order. Henry. O. 
Law, and the gospel. Ward, E. S. P. 



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INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Law and the long bone. Earlc, M. T. 

Law-breakers. Grant, R. 

Law lane. Jewett, S. O. 

Law of life. London, J. 

Law, or the gospel? Leland, M. 

Lawn-mower. Hibbard, G. A. 

Lawyer Money. Earle, M. T. 

Lawyer Quince. Jacobs, W. W. 

Lay of Eliduc. Marie de France 

Lay of Equitan. Marie de France 

Lay of Graclcnt. IMarie de France 

Lay of Gugenar. Marie de France 

Laj'- of Milon. Marie de France 

Lay of Sir Launfal. Marie de France 

Lay of the ash tree. Marie de France 

Lay of the dolorous knight. Marie de 
France 

Lay of the honeysuckle. Marie de France 

Lay of the nightingale. Marie de France 

Lay of the thorn. Alarie de France 

Lay of the two lovers. Marie de France 

Lay of the were-wolf. Marie de France 

Lay of Yonec. Marie de France 

Laying of the hose-pipe ghost. Connolly, 
J. B. 

Lazarette of the "Huntress." Russell, W. C. 

Lazy Jaynius. MacManus, S. 

Lazy Lawrence. Edgeworth, M. 

Lazy tour of two idle apprentices. Dick- 
ens. C. 

Lead soldier's story. France, A. 

Leader of his people. Pratt. L. 

Lcadin' road to Donegal. MacManus, S. 

Leading lady. Fcrber, E. 

Leading lady's Christmas. Seawell, M. E. 

Leading man. Tracy, V. 

Leaf in the storm. Ouida 

League of the old men. London, J. 

Lean and fat. Chekhov, A. P. 

Leandcr of Betsy's pride. Harrison, C. C. 

Leander of the East river. Davis, Rich- 
ard H. 

Leander's light. Page, T. N. 

Lear of the steppe's. See Turgenev, L S. 
King Lear of the steppes 

"Learning" of Gregory. Vorse, M. H. 

Lease of the "Cross Keys." Jerome, J. K. 

Leather funnel. Doyle, A. C. 

Leaves from the diary of Ruth Marchmont. 
Harrison, C. C. 

Lcbedyan. Turgenev. T. S. 

Leclercq, Paul 
Story in white 

//("Merrill, S. Pastels in prose 

Lecture in the Lady Gay. Lewis, A. H. 

Lee, Vernon Paget, pseud. See Paget, Vio- 
let 

Lefevre, Edwin, 1871- 
Break in turpentine 
In Wall street stories 
McClure 16: 539 
Golden flood 
In Golden flood 

McClure 24: 37.S, S03. .=502 
Hans Schmelz 

In Everybody's 24:46 
His first suicide 

In McClure tq: 183 
Little lizard 
In Everybody's 21:625 



Lost opportunity 
In Wall street stories 
Munsey 25: 429 
Man who won 
In Wall street stories 
McClure 17:360 
Men of little faith 

In Harper no: 601 
Philanthropic whisper 

In Wall street stories 
Pike's Peak or bust 
In Wall street stories 
]\IcClure 17: 153 
Reason why 

In Everybody's 26:593 
Sixty-thousand dollar face 

In Harper 109: 567 
Theological tipster 

In Wall street stories 
Munse}^ 24: 41 
Tipster 

In Wall street stories 
McClure 18: 71 
Woman and her bonds 
In Wall street stories 
McClure 16: 339 
Left out on Lonestar mountain. Harte, B. 
Leg. Zschokke, J. H. D. 
Leg pull. Williams, J. L. 
Legacy. Bacon, J. D. 
Legacy. Hopkins, M. S. B. 
Le Gallienne, Richard, 1866- 
Amis and Amile 
In Romances of old France 
Cosmopol 31: 261 
Aucassin and Nicolette 

In Romances of old France 
Cosmopol 31: 145 
Beautv's portmanteau 
/;; Painted shadows. 
Blonde of Oxford and Jehane of Dam- 
martin 
In Romances of old France 
Book bills of Narcissus 

In Book bills of Narcissus 
Buyer of sorrows 

In ]\Iakcr of rainbows 
Dead, dead woman 

In Painted shadows 
First church of the Restoration 

In Painted shadows 
Fragolctta 

In Painted shadows 
Haunted orchard 

./;/ Harper 124: 21 t 
History of over-sea 

In Romances of old France 
Household gods 

In Painted shadows 
King Florns and Fair Jehane 
/;; Romances of old France 
Cosmopol 3t: 388 
King on his way to be crowned 
In Maker of rainbows 
Cent 82:208 
Little iovs of IMargaret 

In Harper 1x1:422 
Maker of rainbows 

In ATaker of rainbows 
Man with no money 
In Maker of rainbows 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



197 



Man with something in his eye 

In Maker of rainbows 
Miracle of love 

III Cosmopol 48: 186 
Mother-of-pearl 

In Maker of rainbows 
Old coat of dreams 

In Maker of rainbows 
Old silver 

In Painted shadows 
Perdita's lovers 

In Harper 105: 435 
Poet, take thy lute 
In Painted shadows 
Dclin 64: 533, 738 
Princess's mirror 

In Maker of rainbows 
Rags of King Cophetua 
In Maker of rainbows 
Shadow of the- rose 
In Painted shadows 
Dclin 63:420 
Sleepless lord 

In Maker of rainbows 
Stern education of clowns 

In ]\Iaker of rainbows 
Stolen dream 

In Maker of rainbows 
Harper 125:99 
Stolen mirror 

In Harper 119: 83 
Tale of King Coustans the emperor 
In Romances of old France 
Cosmopol 32: 52 
Two ghosts 

In Painted shadows 
Wandering home 

In Painted shadows 
Woman in possession 
In Painted shadows 
Worshipper of the image 

In Worshipper of the image 
Youth of Lady Constantia 
In Painted shadows 
Legay Pelham's headache. Morris, G. 
Legay Pelham's protegee. Morris, G. 
Legend. Wharton, E. 
Legend of a billiard club. Black. W. 
Legend of a billiard club. A sequel to that. 

Black, W. 
Legend of Devil's Point. Harte, B. 
Legend of Don Juan Manuel. Janvier, T. A. 
Legend of Don Munio Sancho de Hinojasa. 

Irving, W. 
Legend of el Puente de Cuervo. Janvier, 

T. A. 
Legend of Fugen-Bosatsu. Hearn, L. 
Legend of La Llorona. Janvier, T. A. 
Legend of Lapwater Hall. Morrison, A. 
Legend of Madame Krasinska. Paget, V. 
Legend of Mont St. Michel. J^Iaupassant, 

G. de 
Legend of ]\Ionte del Diablo. Harte. B. 
Legend of Oxford. Sigourney, L. H. 
Legend of padre Jose. Janvier, T. A. 
Legend of Pennsylvania. Sigourney, L. H. 
Legend of Prince Ahmed al Kamel; or. The 

pilgrim of love. Irving, W. 
Legend of Reor. Lagerlof, S. 
Legend of Sagenfeld, in Germany. Clem- 
ens, S. L. 



Legend of Sammstadt. Harte, B. 

Legend of Sir Dinar. Quiller-Couch, A. T. 

Legend of Sleepy Hollow. Irving, W. 

Legend of Tchi-Niu. Hearn, L. 

Legend of the accursed bell. Janvier, T. A. 

Legend of the Aduana de Santa Domingo. 
Janvier, T. A. 

Legend of the altar del perdon. Janvier, 
T. A. 

Legend of the Arabian astrologer. Irv- 
ing, W. 

Legend of the bird's nest. Lagerlof. S. 

Legend of the calle de la Cruz Verde. 
Janvier, T. A. 

Legend of the callc de la Joya. Janvier, 
T. A. 

Legend of the callc de la Machincuepa. 
Janvier, T. A. 

Legend of the calle de la Quernada. Jan- 
vier, T. A. 

Legend of the calle de los Parados. Jan- 
vier, T. A. 

Legend of the calle del Padre Lecuona. 
Janvier, T. A. 

Legend of the callejon del Armado. Jan- 
vier, T. A. 

Legend of the callejon del muerto. Jan- 
vier, T. A. 

Legend of the Christmas rose. Lagerlof, S. 

Legend of the enchanted soldier. Irving, W. 

Legend of the engulphed convent. Irv- 
ing, W. 

Legend of the living spectre. Janvier, T. A. 

Legend of the man with the golden brain. 
Daudet, A. 

Legend of the IMujcr Herzzada. Janvier, 
T. A. 

Legend of the Moor's legacy. Irving, W. 

Legend of the Mulata de Cordoba. Jan- 
vier, T. A. 

Legend of the obedient dead nun. Jan- 
vier, T. A. 

Legend of the Puente del Clerigo. Janvier, 
t. A. 

Legend of the Rhine. Thackeray, W. M. 

Legend of the rose of the Alhambra. Irv- 
ing. W. 

Legend of the sea. Sienkiewicz, H. 

Legend of the three beautiful princesses. 
Irving, W. 

Legend of the two discreet statues. Irv- 
ing, W. 

Legend of Yurei-Daki. Hearn, L. 

Legends of St. Piran. Quiller-Couch, 
A. T. 

Legends of the citv of Mexico. Janvier, 
T. A. 

Legion of honor. Maupassant, G. de 

Legs of Sister Ursula. Kipling, R. 

Leila; or. The siege of Granada. Lytton, 
E. B. 

Lemaitre, Jules i. e. Frangois filie Jules, 
1853- 
First impulse 
In Liv Age 223: 321 

Lemonnier, Camille, i. e. Antoine Louis 
Camille, 1835- 
Saint Nicholas eve 

In Stories by foreign authors, Polish 
etc. 



[98 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Lemon tree. Ouida 

Lcona: a blind man"s storj-. Monlton. L. C. 

Lconi; a legend of Italy. Ruskin, J. 

Lconi the trouble-maker. Lewis, A. H. 

Leonora. Kdgeworth, M. 

Leopard man"s story. London, J. 

Le Sage, Alain Rene, 1668-1747 
Gil Bias and Dr. Sangrado 

In Patten, W. International short 
stories v 3 

Lese-majeste of Hans llcckendom. Sing- 
master, E. 

Leslies. Irving, W. 

Lesson. Hibbard, G. A. 

Lesson in natural history. Bates, A. 

Lesson in the art. Hawkins, A. H. 

Lesson of silence. Vorse, M. H. 

Lesson of the master. James, H. 

Let every man mind his own business. 
Stowe, H. B. 

Let me feci your pulse. Henry, O. 

Let us follow him. Sicnkiewicz, H. 

Letter and a paragraph. Bunner, H. C. 

Letter and what came of it. Moulton, L. C. ' 

Letter-box. Bazin, R. 

Letter found on a corpse. Maupassant, G. 
de 

Letter found on a drowned man. See Mau- 
passant, G. de. Letter found on a corpse 

Letter from Golam Singh. Kipling, R. 

Letter home. Bennett, E. A. 

Letter of farewell. Matthews, J. B. 

Letter of introduction; a farce. Howells, 
W. D. 

Letter of recommendation. Maupassant, G. 
.de 

Letter to Rome. Moore. G. 

Letter to the Duchess. Merrick, L. 

Letter to town. Bunner, H. C. 

Letters. Wharton, E. 

Letters from a cat. Jackson, H. H. 

Letters from my mill. Daudet, A. 

Letters from Troy. Quiller-Couch. A. T. 

Letters of Julia and Caroline. Edgcworth, 
M. 

Letters of marque. Kipling, R. 

Letters to an absent one. See Daudet, A. 
Alonday tales 

Letting in the jungle. Kipling, K. 

Lettre d'amour. Davis, Richard H. 

Letty Coe. Gissing, G. 

Letty's tramo. Alcott, L. M. 

Level crossing. Parker, G. 

Lever, Charles James, 1806-1872 
Mr. O'Lcary's second love 

In Patten, W. International short 
stories v 2 

Leviathan. Van Dyke, II. 

Levitation of Miss Weeks. liacon, J. D. 

Lewald-Stahr, Fanny, 181 1-1889 
Aristocratic world 

In Stories and novels 
Maid of Oyas 

In Stories and novels 

Lewis, Alfred Henry (Dan Quin, pseud-) 
1842-1914 
Baby's lingers 

In .'\paches of New York 
I'ig Mike Abrams 
In .\paches of New York 



r.ill Connors of the Osagcs 

/;; W'olfville nights 
I'.ill Hoskins's coon 

In Wolfvillc 
Bogg's experience 

In Wolfville 
Bowlegs and Major l>en 

/;/ Wolfville nights 
Cherokee Hall 

/;; Wolfville 
Cherokee Hall plaj's poker 

In Wolfville days 
Clients of Aaron (irecn 

In Wolfville nights 
Colonel Coyote Chubbs 

/;; Wolfville nights 
Colonel Sterett's marvels 

In Wolfville nights 
Colonel Sterett's panther hunt 

In Wolfville nights 
Colonel Sterett's war record 

In Wolfville days 
Confusion of Talky Jones 

In Cosmopol 44: 539 
Cooking of Crazy Butch 

In Apaches of New York 
Crawfish lim 

In Wolfville 
Cynthiana, pet-named original sin 

/;; Faro Nell 

Cosmopol 53: 160 
Dawson and Rudd, partners 

In Wolfville 
Dead-shot Baker 

In Faro Nell 
Death, and the Donna x\nna 

In Wolfville days 
Defiance of Gene Watkins 

/;/ Wolfville days 
Delicacy of Red Dog 

/;; Cosmopol 53:400 
Diary of a New York policeman 

/;/ McClure 40: 158 
Dismissal of Silver Phil 

In Wolfville nights 
Doc Peet's error 

In Cosmopol 43: 359 
Domestic protectorate of Missis Bill 

/;; Cosmopol 44: 22 
Eat-em-up Jack 

In Apaches of New York 
Enright's pard, Jim Willis 

In Wolfville 
Eternal woman 

In Cosmopol 53: 766 
Feud of pickles 

/;/ Wolfville days 
Funeral of old 1 lolt 

/;/ Faro Nell 
Ghost of Sandy Carr 

In Cosmopol 44: 213 
Ghost of the bar-B-8 

In Wolfvillc nights 
Going of Biff Ellison 

In Apaches of New York 
Great Wolfville strike 

In Wolfvillc days 
Grinding of Dave Tutt 

In Wolfville days 
Heir of the Broken-O 
In Cosmopol 43:608 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



199 



Hold-up at the canyon head 

In Cosmopol 45 : 349 
How Faro Nell dealt bank 

In Wolfville nights 
How Jack Rainey quit 

In Wolfville days 

How Jackeen slew the Doc 

In Apaches of New York 

How Pioggi went to Elmira 

In Apaches of New York 

How Prince Hal got help 

In Wolfville days 
How Red Dog came to the rescue 

//; Cosmopol 44: 272 
How the dumlj man rode 

In Wolfville days 
How the Mocking Bird was won 
In Faro Nell 

Cosmopol 50: 27 
How the raven died 
In Wolfville nights 
How Tutt shot Texas Thompson 

In Faro Nell 
How Wolfville made a jest 

In Wolfville days 
Ike the blood 

In x'Ypaches of New York 
Indian Louie 

In Apaches of New York 
Inez of the 'dobe walls 

In Outing 44: 436 
Influence of Faro Nell 

In Wolfville nights 
Jacks up on eights 

In Wolfville 
Jaybird Bob's joke 

In Wolfville 
Johnny Florer's axle grease 

In Wolfville days 
Lecture in the Lady Gay 

In Cosmopol 44: 431 
Leoni the trouble-maker 

In Apaches of New York 
Little Bow Kmii 

In Apaches of New Yoriv 
Long ago on the Rio Grande 

In Wolfville nights 
Looking out of Faro Nell 

In Cosmopol 45:654 
Luck of Hardrobe 

/;; Wolfville nights 
Alacc Bowman, sheriff 

In Wolfville 
Man from Red Dog 
//; Wolfville 

Patten, W. International short 
stories v i 
Man from Yellowstone 

/;; Wolfville 
Mills of savage gods 
In Wolfville nights 
Old man Enright's love 

In Wolfville days 
Old man Enright's uncle 
/;; Faro Nell 

Cosmopol 49: 506 
Old ]\Ionte, ofticial drunkard 
In Faro Nell 

Cosmopol 53: 469 
Old Sam Enright's romance 
Jn Wolfville 



Pihon Bill's bluff 

In Wolfville 
Propriety Pratt, hypnotist 
In Faro Nell 

Cosmopol 40: 13 
Qucerness of Dave Tutt 

/;; Wolfville nights 
Red Mike 

In Faro Nell 
Rival dance halls 

In Wolfville 
Rose of Wolfville 

In Cosmopol 43 : 479 
Salting of the Golden Rule 

In Cosmopol 44: 575 
Slim Jim's sister 

In Wolfville 
Spelling book Ben 

In Faro Nell 
Sport of kings 

In Cosmopol 48: 511 
Stinging lizard 
In Wolfville 
Texas Thompson's "election" 

In Wolfville 
That Turner person 
In Faro Nell 

Cosmopol 48: 301 
That Wolfville Red Dog 

In Faro Nell 
Todd Allen's elopement 

In Wolfville nights 
Tom and Jerry; wheelers 

In Wolfville nights 
Tooth-pick Johnson's ostracism 

In Wolfville days 
Treachery of Curly Ben 

In Wolfville days 
Troubles of Dan Boggs 

In Wolfville nights 
Tucson Jennie's correction 

In Wolfville nights 
Tucson Jennie's heart 

In Wolfville 
Tucson Jennie's jealousy 

In Wolfville 
Wages of the snitch 

In Apaches of New York 
Washerwoman's war 

In Wolfville 
When the stage was stopped 

In Wolfville days 
When Tutt first saw Tucson 

In Wolfville nights 
When Whiskey Bill died 

In Wolfville days 
Winning of the Saucy Paoli 

In Munsey 27: 490 
With the Apache's compliments 

In Wolfville nights 
Wolfville: Boanerges 

In Cosmopol 55: 5^6 
Wolfville Daily Coyote 

In Wolfville days 
Wolfville foundling 

In Wolfville 
Wolfville: Jimjam Wallis, liar 

In Cosmopol 55: 1 1 1 

Wolfville: Marihuana 

/;/ Cosmopol 55: 645 



IXDF.X TO SHORT STORIES 



Lewis, Alfred Henry— Cuutiiiucd 
Wolfville: Red Dog Fourth of July 

/;; Cosniopol 54: 254 
Wolfville Thanksgiving 

Jn Wolfville 
Wolfville: the troubles of old Bender 

In Cosmopol 55: !^4i 
Wolfville: those differences Ijetween Tutt 
and Texas Thompson 
III Cosmopol 54: 556 
Wolfvillc's first funeral 
/;; Wolfville 
Lewis, Angelo John (Prof. Hoffmann, 
pseud.) 1839- 
Wrong black bag 

In Stories by English autliors, England 
Liv Age 107: 172 
Lewis, Mrs. H. C See Cameron, ]\Iargarct 
Lgoflf. Turgenev, I. S. 
Lgov. See Turgenev, I. S. Lgotf 
Li Wan the fair. London, J. 
Liar. James, H. 

Libbie Marsh's three eras. Gaskell, E. C. 
Libby and the dark. Donnell, A. H. 
Liberal education. Havv^kins, A. H. 
Liberal education. Mason, A. E. W. 
Liberal lover. Cervantes Saavedra, M. de 
Liberty Jones's discovery. Harte, B. 
Liberty's victim. Boyesen, H. H. 
Library. Maartcns, M. 
Lickpcnny lover. Henry, O. 
Lie. Donnell, A. H. 
Lie absolute. Bland, E. N. 
Liebereich. Long, J. L. 
Lieutenant Lare's marriage. Maupassant, 

G. de 
Life. Maartens, M. 
Life. Maupassant, G. de 
Life and death; a Hindu legend. Sicnkie- 

vvicz, H. 
Life everlastin'. Freeman, M. E. W. 
Life for life. Boyesen, H. H. 
Life in a country manse. Barrie, J. ^1. 
Life in the North. Bremer, F. 
Life magnet. Adce, A. A. 
Life of Nancy. Jewett, S. O. 
Life of Quintus Fixlein. Richtcr, J. P. F. 
Life of the winds of heaven. White, S. E. 
Life of Xavier Lavelle. Kipling, R. 
Life-preserver: a crime doctor story. Hor- 

nung, E. W^ 
Life subscription. Hawkins, A. II. 
Life-tale of Pearl McRoy. Fuller, H. B. 
Life they said she ruined. Merrick, L. 
Life's enigma. Bjornson, B. 
Life's secret. Sienkicwicz, H. 
Lifted bandage. Andrews, M. R. S. 
Lifted veil. Eliot, G. 
Ligcia. Poe, E. A. 
Light house. See Bremer, F. Axel and 

Anna 
Light-hftuse keeper of Aspinwall. Sienkic- 
wicz, H. 
Light house of the Sanguimaires. See 

Daudct, A. Lighlliousc 
Light man. James, 11. 
Light of other days. Parker, G. 
Light on the tower. Gissing, G. 
Light i^rincess. Macdonald, G. 
Light-ship 67. Connolly, J. B. 



Light sovereign. Harland, H. 
Light that failed not. Van Dyke, H. 
Light that shines in darkness. Tolstoi, 

L. N. 
Lighted house. Cutting, M. S. 
Lighthouse. Daudet. A. 
Lights of Sitka. Fernald, C. B. 
Like a grammarian. Benson, E. F. 
Like cures like. Trumbull, A. E. 
Like father, like son. King, C. 
Like unto like. Gibbon, P. 
Like young Lochinvar. Cameron, M. 
Likely story. Howells, W. D. 
Likes o' us. Kipling, R. 
Lilie Lala. Maupassant. G. de 
Lilith. Harland, H. 
Liljencrantz, Ottilia Adalina, 1876-1910 
As the Xorns weave 

III Viking's love 
Hostage 

In Viking's love 
How Thor recovered his hammer 

III Viking's love 
L^nreasonable Betty 

In Ladies' H J 28: F p 9 
Viking's love 
//; Viking's love 
Lillian Morris. Sienkiewicz. li. 
Lily's guest. Hawthorne, N. 
Lime-burner. See Parker, G. Story of the 

lime-burner 
Lime tree. Galsworthy, J. 
Limehouse Reach. See Jacobs, W. W. In 

Limehouse Reach 
Limerick gloves. Edgeworth, M. 
Limitations. Wyatt, E. F. 
Limitations of Pambe Serang. Kipling, R. 
Limner's romance. Besant, W. 
Lin McLean's honeymoon. Wister, O. 
Lindau, Rudolf, 1829- 
All in vain 

In Stories and novels 
First love 

/;; Stories and novels 
Gordon Baldwin 

In Gordon Baldwin 
Hans the dreamer 

In Stories and novels 
Liquidated 

In Liciuidatcd 
Our little world 

In Our little world 

Philosopher's pendulum 

In Gordon Baldwin 

Stories b}' foreign autliors, German 

V I 

Seer 

In Liciuidated 
Lindcnborg pool. Morris, W. 
Lindsay's luck. Burnett, F. II. 
Line-man's wedding. Ralph, J. 
Line of least resistance. Wharton, E. 
Linen measurer. Tolstoi, L. N. 
Linge of M'sieur. Andrews, M. R. S. 
Linguister. Craddock, C. E. 
Lion among ladies. Sedgwick, A. D 
Lion and the unicorn. Davis, Richard H. 
Lion in the way. Brown, A. 
Lion in the way. Hihbnrd, G. .\. 
Lionizing. Poe, I'.. A. 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



201 



Lionizing murderers. Clemens, S. L. 
Lion's mouth. Miller, A. D. 
Lion's share. Bennett, E. A. 
Liquidated. Lindau, R. 
Lispeth. Kipling, R. 
List of starboard. Smith, "F. H. 
Litchfield, Grace Denio, 1849- 
American flirtation 
In Little Venice 
Atlan 54: 829 
As a man sows 

In Harper 112: 630 
Hilary's husband 
In Little Venice 
Cent 30:268 
Knight of the Black Forest 

/;; Knight of the Black Forest 
Cent 29: 180, 344, 568 
La Rochefoucauld's saying 

In Little Venice 
Little Venice 
In Little Venice 
Cent 40: 367 
Myrtle 

In Little Venice 
One chapter 

In Little Venice 
Cent 27: 210 
One result 

In Outlook 73: 84 
Price I paid for a set of Ruskin 
In Little Venice 
Cent 28: 937 
Question 

In Harper 104: 543 
Selina's singular marriage 
In Little Venice 
Cent 36: 194 
Literary club. Barrie, J. M. 
Literarv coincidence. Hornung, E. W. 
Literary life of Thingum Bob, Esq. Poe, 

E. A. 
Literary love-letters. Herrick, R. 
Literary remains of Thomas Bragdon. 

Bangs, J. K. 
Little account with Swithin Hall. Lon- 
don, J. 
Little Alvida. Boyesen, H. H. 
Little Annie's ramble. Hawthorne, N. 
Little Babiche. Parker, G. 
Little bell of honour. Parker, G. 
Little Bel's supplement. Jackson, H. H. 
Little Ben. Spofford, H. P. 
Little Betty's kitten tells her story. Bur- 
nett, F. H. 
Little Big Horn medicine. Wister, O. 
Little bird and the blacksmith. Warman, C. 
Little blue overalls. Donnell, A. H. 
Little Blue Wing finds the gold powder. Sec 
Strindberg, J. A. Blue Wing finds the 
gold powder 
Little Bo-pecp. Kelly, M. 
Little Bow Kum. Lewis, A. H. 
Little boy and his dogs. Harris, J. C. 
Little boy of the lantern. Harris. J. C. 
Little briar-rose. Grimm, T., and Grimm, W. 
Little Briggs and I. Ludlow. F. H. 
Little brother of the books. Bacon, J. D. 
Little brown shoes. Viebig, C. 
Little Button-Rose. Alcott. L. M. 
Little captive maid. Jewett, S. O. 



Little cask. Maupassant, G. de 

Little Cayuse. Warman, C. 

Little change. White, E. O. 

Little change for Edward. Cutting, M. S. 

Little chap. Boyesen, H. H. 

Little Christian. Maartens, M. 

Little Compton. Harris, J. C. 

Little confederate hero. Page, T. N. 

Little convent girl. King, G. E. 

Little coyote. Austin, M. H. 

Little Daffydowndilly. Hawthorne, N. 

Little Darby. Page, T. N. 

Little David: a coursing story. Mitford, 

M. R. 
Little Daylight. Macdonald, G. 
Little dinner. Bishop, W. H. 
Little dinner at Timmins's. Thackeray, 

W. M. 
Little dog. Morris, G. 
Little dog Trusty. Edgeworth, M. 
Little domestic. Catherwood, M. H. 
Little dramas of the curbstone. Norris, F. 
Little earl. Ouida 
Little Edward. Stowe, H. B. 
Little fairy's constancy. Ralph, J. 
Little feller. Train, A. C. 
Little-flower-of-the-wood. Merrick, L. 
Little flyer in love. Osbourne, L. 
Little foxes. Kipling, R. 
Little Fred, the canal boy. Stowe, H. B. 
Little French Mary. Jewett, S. O. 
Little Gibraltar. Moulton, L. C. 
Little girl. White, S. E. 
Little-girl-afraid-of-a-dog. Freeman, M. E. 

W. 
Little girl who should have been a boy. 

Donnell, A. H. 
Little god and Dicky. Bacon, J. D. 
Little grand and the marchioness. Ouida 
Little gray ghost. Comer, C. A. 
Little gray lady. Smith, F. H. 
Little green door. Freeman, M. E. W. 
Little heiress. Morris, G. 
Little hopping frog. Pratt, L. 
Little house in the garden. Alcott, L. M. 
Little house in the street where the sun 

never came. Long, J. L. 
Little Huguenot; a romance of Fontaine- 

blau. Pemberton, M. 
Little Jack. Chekhov, A. P. 
Little Jakey. De Kroyft, S. H. 
Little Jane. Brown, A. 
Little Jarvis. Seawell, M. E. 
Little joys of Margaret. Le Gallienne, R. 
Little lady who wouldn't spoil Christmas. 

Long, J. L. 
Little lame angel. Crockett, S. R. 
Little liberal. Fernald, C. B. 
Little lizard. Lefevre, E. 
Little local colour. Henry. O. 
Little lonely girl. Thanet. O. 
Little Louise Roque. Maupassant. G. de 
Little lover. Donnell, A. H. 
Little Lucy Rose. Freeman, M. E. W. 
Little maid at the door. Freeman. M. E. W. 
Little Marcus. .-Vndrews. M. R. S. 
Little Margaret Snell. Freeman, M. E. W. 
Little Mary. Maartens, M. 
Little masquerade. Parker. G. 
Little matter of real estate. Kelly, M. 
Little ]\Iaude and her mama. Loomis, C. B. 



IXDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Little Max. Halevy, L. 

Little merchants. Edgeworth, M. 

Little Mirandy. Freeman, M. E. W. 

Little Miss Flutterly's dissertation on war. 

Loomis, C. B. 
Little Miss Joy-Sing. Long, J. L. 
Little IMiss Sophie. Dunbar, A. 
Little Missy. Seawell, M. E. 
Little Mr. Cricket and the other creatures. 

Harris, J. C. 
Little more beef. Kipling, R. 
Little Mother Quackalina. Stuart, R. I\I. 
Little mountain maid. Earle, M. T. 
Little neighbors. Alcott, L. INI. 
Little Norsk; or, Ol' pap's flaxen. Gar- 
land, H. 
Little number ones. Pratt, L. 
Little O'Gradv's vs the Grindstone. Fuller, 

H. B. ' 

Little old man of Batignolles. Gaboriau, E. 

Little old shoe. See Alcott, L. M. Modern 
Cinderella 

Little old woman. Spofford, H. P. 

Little One Eye, little Two Eyes, and little 
Three Eyes (adapted). Scudder, H. E. 

Little orphan. Dostoievski, F. i\L 

Little pates. Daudet, A. 

Little Persian princess. Freeman, M. E. W. 

Little pies. See Daudet, A. Little pates 

Little pilgrim. Oliphant, M. W. 

Little pilgrim; further experiences. Oli- 
phant, M. W. 

Little pilgrimage. Crane, S. 

Little pioneer. Mighels, P. V. 

Little Poinsinet. Thackeray, W. M. 

Little post-boy. Taylor, B. 

Little prep. Kipling, R. 

Little Prince Pomnik. Grcnfcll, W. T. 

Little ])rophet. Wiggin, K. D. 

Little Rathie's "bural." Barrie, J. M. 

Little Red Riding Hood. Perrault, C. 

Little Red Riding Hood (adapted). Scud- 
der. H. E. 

Little regiment. Crane, S. 

Little Renault. Catherwood, M. H. 

Little Revenge. Andrews. M. R. S. 

Little revenge. Andrews, M. R. S. 

Little romance. Duncan, N. 

Little room. Wynne, M. Y. 

Little Rosebud. Harraden, B. 

Little Saint Eliza1)eth. Burnett, F. H. 

Little satyr. Sherwood, M. P. 

Little silver heart. Bacon, J. D. 

Little sister and the baby. French. A. W. 

Little sisters of the poor. Bazin, R. 

Little Snow-white. Grimm, W., and Grimm, 

Little soldier. See Maupassant, G. dc. Two 

little soldiers 
"Little speck in garnered fruit." Henry, O. 
Little square box. Doyle. A. C. 
Little stationer. Coppec, F. 
TJttle still. Hopkins, M. S. B. 
Little story. Bierce, A. 
Little surprise. Cutting, M. S. 
Little tangle at Cragsmoor. .Tf^>rdan, E. G. 
Little thief. Ouida 
Little things. Alcott, L. M. 
Little Thumbling. Perrault, C. 
Little Tobrah. Kipling. R. 
Little Tommy Tucker. Ward, E. S. P. 



Little traveler. Jewett, S. O. 
Little tutor. Williams, J. L. 
Little Union scout. Harris, J. C . 
Little Venice. Litchtield, G. D. 
Little victorv of the general. Bacon, T. D. 
Little violinist. Aldrich, T. B. 
Little walk. Maupassant, G. dc 
"Little white hin." Cameron, M. 
Little widow of Jansen. Parker, G. 
Little windows into the world. Brown, A. 
Little wizard. Weyman, S. J. 
Little wretcli. Hawkins, A. H. 
Little yallcr baby. Field, E. 
Lively friend. Maupassant. G. dc 
Living holy relics. Turgenev, L S. 
Living mummy. See Turgenev, L S. Liv- 
ing holy relics 
Living relics. See Turgenev, L S. Living 

holy relics 
Lizerunt. Morrison, A. 
Lizzie Leigh. Gaskell, F. C. 
Lizzie's wedding. Barrie, J. ]\L 
Lloyd, David D. 
Poor Ogla-Moga 
III Stories by American authors v 3 
Harper 64: 719 
Loaded gun. Long, J. L. 
Loaf of peace. Thanet, O. 
Local color. London, J. 
Local colorist. Slosson, A. T. 
Local colour. Hornung, E. W. 
Local inquisition. Watson, J. 
Locke, William John, 1863- 
Aftermath 

III Eclectic 'M 125:399 
New R 13: 103 
Christmas mystery: the story of three 
wise men 
III Christmas mystery 
Am M 69: 146 
Conqueror 

III Everybody's 28:290 
Demagogue and Lady Phayre 

III Demagogue 
]\Ioonlight effect 
/;; Am M 68:3Q2 
Locked room. Hornung, E. W. 
Locomotive as a war chariot. Warman, C. 
Locomotive that lost herself. Warman, C. 
Locusts. Daudet. A. 
Lodge in the wilderness. Parker. G. 
Lodger in ]\Iaze pond. Gissing, G. R. 
Lodger overhead. Davis. C. B. 
Lodging for the night. Stevenson, R. L. 
Lodusky. Burnett. F. FT. 
T,og. Alaupassant. G. dc 
Log-book. Maupassant, G. de 
Logic of a pike. Mac^Ianus, S. 
Logic of events. See Hewlett, M. H. Eu- 

genio and Galeoto 
Lois the witch. Gaskell, E. C. 
Lokis. Merimee. P. 
Lokis. Alerrimee. P. 
Lola. Gibbon. P. 

Lombardy poplar. I'reeman. M. F. W. 
Lonibardy poplars. Perry, B. 
London, Jack, 1876- 

.•\d venture in the upper sea 
In Ind 54: 1290 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



203 



All gold canyon 
In Moon-face 
Cent 71: 117 
Aloha oe 

In House of pride 
Amateur night 
In Moon-face 
Apostate 

In When God laughs 
Batard 

In Faith of men 
Benefit of the doubt 

In Night-born 
Brown Wolf 
In Love of life 

Everybody's 15: I47 
Bunches of knuckles 

In Night-born 
Charley's coup 

In Tales of the fish patrol 
Chinago 

In When God laughs 
Harper 119: 233 
Chun Ah Chun 

/)} House of pride 
Created he tliem 

In When God laughs 
Cruise of the Dazzler 

In St N 29:784 
Curious fragment 

In When God laughs 
Daughter of the Aurora 

In National M (Bost) 13:223 
Day's lodging 

In Love of life 
Death of Ligoun 

In Children of the frost 
Demetrios Contos 

In Tales of the fish patrol 
Devils of Fuatino 

In Son of the sun 
Diable — a dog 

In Cosmopol 33 : 218 
Dream of Debs 

In Strength of the strong 
Enemy of the world 

/;/ Strength of the strong 
Faith of men 

In Faith of men 
Feathers of the sun 
In Son of the sun 
Flush of gold 
In Lost Face 
"Francis Spaight" 

In When God laughs 
Game 

In Game 
Goboto night 

In Son of the sun 
God of his fathers 

In McClure 17: 44 
Good-by, Jack 

In House of pride 
Grit of women 

In McClure 15: 324 
Heathen 
In South Sea tales 

Everybody's 23: 193 
House of Mapuhi 
In South Sea tales 
McClure 32:247 



House of pride 

In House of pride 
Hyperborean brew 
In Faith of men 
In a far country 
In Son of the wolf 
Overland n s 51 : 270 
In the forest of the North 

/;; Children of the frost 
Inevitable white man 

In South Sea tales 
Jan, the unrepentant 

In Outing 36:474 
Jokers of New Gibbon 

In Son of the sun 
Just meat 

In When God laughs 
Cosmopol 42: 535 
Keesh, the son of Keesh 

In Children of the frost 
King of the Greeks 

In Tales of the fish patrol 
Koolau the leper 

In House of pride 
Law of life 

In Children of the frost 
McClure 16: 435 
League of the old men 

In Children of the frost 
Leopard man's story 

In Moon-face 
Li Wan the fair 

In Children of the frost 
Atlan 90: 212 
Little account with Swithin Hall 

In Son of the sun 
Local color 

In Moon-face 
Lost Face 

In Lost Face ' 

Love of life 
In Love of life 
Blackw 178: 765 
McClure 26: 144 
IMadness of John Harned 
In Night-born 

Everybody's 23:657 
Make westing 

In When God laughs 
Malemute kid stories. See London, J. To 
the man on the trail; White Silence; 
Son of the wolf; Men of Forty-mile 
Marriage of Lit-lit 
In Faith of men 
Master of mystery 

In Children of the frost 
Mauki , 

In South Sea tales 
Men of Forty-mile 
In Son of the wolf 

Overland n s 33 : 401 
Mexican 

In Night-born 
Minions of Midas 

In Moon-face 
Moon-face 

In Moon-face 
Nam-bok the unveracious 
In Children of the frost 



204 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



London, Jack —Continued. 
NcRore, the coward 

In Love of life 
Night-born 

III Night-born 

Everybody's 25: 108 
Nose for the king 

/;; When God laughs 
Odyssey of the North 

In Son of the wolf 
Atlan 85 : 85 
One thousand dozen 

In Faith of men 

i\ational M (Bost.) 17:70.^ 
Passing of Marcus O'Brien 

In Lost Face 
Reader 11 : 135 
Pearls of Parblaj' 

In Son of the sun 
Piece of steak 

In When God laughs 
Planchette 

In Moon-face 

Cosmopol 41: 157, 259, 37y 
Priestly prerogative 

In Son of the wolf 
Overland n s 34: 59 
Proud goat of Alovsius Pankburn 

In Son of the sun 
Race for number three 

In Cur Lit 52: 482 
Raid on the oyster pirates 

In Tales of the fish patrol 
Relic of the Pliocene 

In Faith of men 
Samuel 

In Strength of the strong 
Scorn of woman 

In Overland n s 37:979 
Sea-farmer 

In Strength of the strong 
Seed of McCoy 

In South Sea tales 
Cent 77:898 
Semper idem 

In When God laughs 
Shadow and the flash 

In Moon-face 
Bookm 17: 410 
Cur Lit 41 : 585 
Sheriff of Kona 

In House of pride 
Am M 68:384 
Sickness of Lone Chief 

In Children of the frost 
Out West 17:468 
Siege of the "Lancashire Queen" 

In Tales of the fish patrol 
Son of the sun 

In Son of the sun 
Son of the wolf 

In Son of the wolf 

Overland n s 33:335 
South of the slot 

/" Strength of the strong 
Story of Jees Uck 

In Faith of men 
Story of Keesh 

In Love of life 
Strength of the strong 

/" Strength of the strong 
Hampton 26: 309 



Sun-dog trail 
In Love of life 
Harper 112:85 
Sunlanders 

In Children of the frost 
Terrible Solomons 
In South Sea talcs 
Hampton 24: 347 
Thanksgiving on Slav Creek 

In Harp B 33: 1879 
That spot 

In Lost Face 
To build a fire 
In Lost Face 
Cent 76: 524 
To kill a man 

In Night-born 
To repel boarders 

In St N 29:675 
To the man on the trail: a Klondike 
Christmas 
In Son of the wolf 

Overland n s 33: 36 
T^ ) much gold 

In Faith of men 
Trust 

In Lost Face 
Cent 75:441 
Under the deck awnings 

In Night-born 
Unexpected 
In Love of life 
Blackw 180: 164 
McClure 27:368 
Unparalleled invasion 

In Strength of the strong 
Whale tooth 

In South sea tales 
When God laughs 

In When God laughs 
When the world was young 

In Night-born 
Where the trail forks 

In Outinor 37: 276 
White and yellow 

In Tales of the fish patrol 
White man's way 
/;; Love of life 
W^hite silence 

In Son of the wolf 

Overland n s 31,: 138 
Wicked w^oman 

In When God laughs 
Wife of a king 

In Son of the wolf 

Overland n s 34: 1 12 
Winged blackmail 

In Night-born 
Wisdom of the trail 
/;/ Son of the wolf 
Overland 34:541 
Wit of Porportuk 

fn Lost Face 
"Yah! Yah! Yah!" 

fn Soutii Sea tales 
Yellow handkerchief 
In Tales of the fish patrol 
London life. James. li. 
London visitor. Mitford, M. R. 
Lone charge of William B. Perkins. Crane, S. 
Lone corvette. Parker, G. 
Lonely ones. Heyse, P. J. L. 



INDEX TO SHORT STORM'S 



205 



Lonely ride. Harte, B 

Lonesome little shoe. I'leld, L. 

Lonesome man of Huckleberry Lake. BacH- 

eller, L A. 
Lonesome road. Henry, O. 
Long, John Luther, 1861- 
Atonement 

/;; Sixty Jane 
Baby grand ' 

III Baby grand 
Beautiful graveyard 

In Sixty Jane 
Billv-Boy 

In Billy-Boy 
Birds of a feather 

In Hampton's 28: 179 
Dizzy Dave 

In Cosmopol 28: 295 
Dolce 

In Cent 61 : 803 
Dolly-Jack 

In Baby grand 

Collier's 46: D 10 p 31 
Dull Jim 

In Baby grand 
Felice 
In Felice 

Harper no: 13 
Gentleman of Japan and a lady 
In Madame Butterfly 
Cent 56:893 
Glory 

In Madame Butterfly 
Guile 

In Heimweh 
Heimweh 

In Heimweh 
Joy-Sing. See Long, J. L. Little Miss 

Joy-Sing 
Jupiter Tonans 
In Heimweh 
Kito 

In Madame Butterfly 
Lady and her soul 

In Sixty Jane 
Liebereich 
In Heimweh 
Cent 69: 232 
Little house in the little street where the 
sun never came 
In Sixty Jane 
Little lady who wouldn't spoil Christmas 
In Baby grand 

Ladies' H J 27: D p 21 
Little Miss Joy-Sing 

In Little Miss Joy Smg 
Loaded gun 

In Heimweh 
Lucky Jim 

In Sixty Jane 
Madame Butterfly 
In Madame Butterfly 
Cent 55:374 
"Our anchel" 

In Sixty Jane 
Outrageous Miss Dawn-Dream 

In Sixty Jane 
Prince of illusion 
In Cent 60:655 



Purple eyes 

In Madame Butterfly 
Cent 56:354 
Sandwich-man 

In Cent 88:221 
Seffy, a little comedy of country manners 

In Sefify 
Siren 
In Heimweh 
Cent 66: 343 
"Sis" 

In Heimweh 

Ladies' H J 22: F p 11, 51 
Sixty Jane 
In Sixty Jane 
Cent 65:388 
Spilled milk 

In Baby grand 
Strike on the Schlafeplatz railroad 
In Sixty Jane 
Cent 63: 710 
Thor's emerald 

In Heimweh 
Tom, Dick and Harry— et cetera 
In Baby grand 
Harper 120: 716 
Long ago on the Rio Grande. Lewis, A. H. 
Long arm. Davis, Richard H. 
Long courting ot Henry Kumerant. Sing- 
master, E. 
Long distance telephone. Barr, R. 
Long exile. Tolstoi, L. N. 
Long game. Besant, W. 
Long hillside. Page, T. N. 
Long inheritance. Comer, C. A. 
Long Jim. Smith, F. H. 
Long, long ago. Ward, E. S. P. 
Long odds. Haggard, H. R. 
Long pack. Hogg, J. 
Long run. Wharton, E. 
Long wait. Vorse, M. H. 
Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth, 1807-1882 
Baptism of fire 
In Outre-mer 
Fall of the house of Perigueux. See 
Longfellow, H. W. Notary of Peri- 
gueux 
Jacqueline 

In Outre-mer 
Martin Franc and the monk of St. An- 
thony 
In Outre-mer 
Notary of Perigueux 
In Outre-mer 

Baldwin, C. S. American short 

stories 
Patten, W. International short 
stories v i 
Longus, Fifth century? 

Amours of Daphis and Chloe 
In Smith, R. Greek romances 
Looking-glass. Brown, A. 
Looking out of Faro Nell. Lewis, A. H. 
Loomis, Charles Battel!, 1861-1911 

Aminidali Skelch and his free library 

In Yankee enchantments 
Anastasia's elephant 

In St N 28:585 
Araminta and the automobile 
In Cheerful Americans 



206 



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Loomis, Charles BatteW — Conliuitcd. 
Bear that Ijccame a prince 
III Yankee enchantments 
Between the lines 

III Ind 56: 22 
Bottle, the half-brick and the lump of 
chalk 
//; More cheerful Americans 
Ind 53:553 
Boy who made a trolley car 

/)( Yankee enchantments 
Boy who required windini^ 
In Yankee enchantments 
Boy who turned body into food 

In Yankee enchantments 
Bubble boy 

In Yankee enchantments 
Cake of charity 

In Yankee enchantments 
Cannibals and Mr. Buffum 

In Cosmopol 40: 321 
Cosmopolitanism of Mr. Powers 

In Cheerful Americans 
Crow's singing lesson 

In Yankee enchantments 
Cyril and the gnome 

In Yankee enchantments 
'Dam White 

In More cheerful Americans 
Deception of Martha Tucker 
In Cheerful Americans 
Cent 63: 291 
Earth letter of a Martian 

In Bookm 25: 654 
Eastern Easter 

In Cheerful Americans 
Education of a butterfly 
In I\Iore cheerful Americans 
Cent 68: 157 
End and the beginning 

In Ind 56: 788 
Expatriation of Jonathan Taintor 

In Cheerful Americans 
For diveis reasons 

In More cheerful Americans 
Futile dialogue 

In Putnam's 4: 103 
Ghost of the Black Inn 

In Harp W 46: D 6 p 48 
Gift of tact 

In Cent 70: 959 
Green boy from "Harrah" 

In Yankee enchantments 
Guentham's curious bottles 

In Ind 7:^: 539 
Hood's wood violet 
In Lippinc 77: 589 
House of the green shudders 

In Bookm 15: 440 
How the cricket cricks 

In More cheerful Americans 
Jed's monument 

In Cent 60: 957 
Jim and the gold spirit 

In Yankee encliantments 
Knickerbocker redivivus 

In Ind 67: 691 
Little Maude and her mama 
fn Little Maude and her mama 



Little Miss Fluttcrly's dissertation on war 

In Cheerful Americans 
Man, a maid and a motor 

In New Eng M n s 29: 557 
Man from Ochee Point. New Jersey 

//; Cheerful Americans 
Man in the red sweater 

In Cheerful Americans 
Man of putty 

In Cheerful Americans 
Memory of Carlotta 

In Cheerful Americans 
Men who swapped languages 

In Cheerful Americans 
Million silver dollars 

/;/ Yankee enchantments 
Minister's henhouse 

In Cheerful Americans 
Mirry 

In Ladies' II J 22: F p 17 
Miss Flutterly on politics and the drama 

In More cheerful Americans 
Miss Flutterly on what is doing 

In More cheerful Americans 
Mrs. Bidwell's tea 

In More cheerful Americans 
Mrs. Harrigan telephones 

In Cent 69: 319 
Mrs. Pettibone's dinner-horn 

In Cent 46: 304 
Mrs. Smith's husband 

m More cheerful .\mericans 
My golf 

In More cheerful .\mericans 
Cent 63: 820 
OfTness of Billy 

In Cosmopol 42: 688 
Oil and water 

In Munsey 25: 287 
Oliver's three gifts 

In Yankee enchantments 
Our summer boarders 

In Outing 56: 83 
Poe's Raven in an elevator 

In More cheerful .Americans 
Ladies' H J 20: O p 8 
Sone that sold 

In More cheerful Americans 
Strongest boy in the whole world 

J.i Yankee enchantments 
Study in optimism 

In Am M 65: 409 
Suburl^an Christmas 

In More cheerful Americans 
Sydney and the jar fairj' 

/;; Yankee enchantments 
Talk on tap 

In Cent 59: 804 
Tarkus and the imitation li(|uid air 

In Yankee enchantments 
Their wedding day 

In More cheerful Americans 
"There's only one Noo York" 

In Cheerful Americans 
Thirsty Anna 

/;; Collier's 44: S 25 p 16 
Thousand dollar skates 

/;/ More cheerful Americans 
Three golden showers 
In St N 37: 209 



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INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



207 



Tod and the stolen holidays 
In Yankee enchantments 

Too much boy 

/;{ Cheerful Americans 

Touch of gold 
In Yankee enchantments 

Trolley for Rio Janiero 
In Cent 60: 636 

Truman Wickwire's gloves 
In Cheerful Americans 

Uncle Eli's lighting rabbit 
In Am M 61 : 464 

Up the ladder; or. How to rise 
III Ind 67:858 

Veritable Quidors 

In Cheerful Americans 

West Point start 

In More cheerful Americans 

What is truth? 
/;!• Bookm 24: 216 

While the automobile ran down 
In Cheerful Americans 
Cent 61 : 187 

Why the delegate walked 
In More cheerful Americans 

Widow Callahan's Christmas dinner 
III More cheerful Americans 
Loose, Katharine Riegel. See Schock, 

Georg, pseud. 
Lord Arthur Savile's crime. Wilde, O. 
Lord Beaupre. James, H. 
Lord Camelford's body. See Reade, C. 

What has become of Lord Camelford's 

body? 
Lord Jerningham. Tarkington, B. 
Lord Oakhurst's curse. Henry, O. 
Lord of all. French, A. W. 
Lord of Chateau Noir. Doyle, A. C. 
Lord of Falconbridge. Doyle, A. C. 
Lord of the dynamos Wells, H. G. 
Lord Thorny's eldest son. MacManus, S. 
Lord Tottenham. Bland, E. N. 
Lord Venetia. Maartens, M. 
Lords of creation. Chambers, R. W. 
Lords of wisdom. Sharp, W. 
Lord's orayer in B. Huneker, J. G. 
Loretta of the ship yard. Smith, F. H. 
Los Amigos fiasco. Doyle, A. C. 
Loss of breath. Poe, E. A. 
Loss of the "Gretchen B." Bangs, J. K. 
Loss of the "Halsewell." Payn, J. 
Loss of the "Royal George." Payn, J. 
Loss of the "Semillante." See Daudet, A. 

Wreck of the "Semillante" 
Lost. Bellamy, E. 
Lost. Maupassant, G. de 
Lost blend. Henry, O. 
Lost boy. Van Dyke, H. 
Lost caravel. Andrews, M. R. S. 
Lost child. Bunner, H. C. 
Lost child. Coppee, F. 
Lost child. Kingsley, H. 
Lost children. Sigourney, L. H. 
Lost cipher. Weyman, S. J. 
Lost city. Ward, H. D. 
Lost dahlia. Mitford, M. R. 
Lost! Dec. 25th. Thanet, O. 
Lost dog. Austin, M. H. 
Lost dog. Freeman, M. E. W. 
Lost dog. Galsworthy, J. 



Lost duchess 

In Hawthorne, J. Library mystery and 
detective stories, English-Scotch 
Lost Face. London, J. 
Lost ghost. Freeman, M. E. W. 
Lost guidon. Craddock, C. K. 
Lost hero. Ward. E. S. P. 
Lost house. Davis. Richard H. 
Lost identity. SpofTord, H. P. 
Lost in a London fog. Alcott, L. M. 
Lost in the fog. Bacheller, I. A. 
Lost inheritance. W^ells, H. G. 
Lost jewel. Spofiford, H. P. 
Lost legion. Kipling, R. 
Lost lover. Jewett, S. O. 
Lost magpie. Mitford, M. R. 
Lost on dress parade. Henry, O. 
Lost on the steppe; or. The snowstorm. 

Tolstoi, L. N. 
Lost opportunity. Lefevre, E. 
Lost opportunity. Tolstoi, L. N. 
Lost palace. Hale, E. E. 
Lost pearl. Mitford, M. R. 
Lost radium. Futrelle, J. 
Lost recruit. Barlow, J. 
Lost reflection. Hoffmann, E. T. W. 
Lost road. Davis, Richard H. 
Lost room. O'Brien, F. 
Lost ship. Jacobs, W. W. 
Lost son. Heyse, P. J. L. 
Lost special. See Doyle, A. C. Story of 

the lost special 
Lost story. Norris, F. 
Lost Stradivarius. Train, A. C. 
Lost word. Van Dyke, H. 
Lot No. 249. Doyle, A. C. 
Lothaw: or. The adventures of a young gen- 
tleman in search of a religion. By Mr. 

Benjamins. Harte, B. 
Loti, Pierre, pseud. See Viaud, Julien 
Lottery. Edgeworth, M. 
Lottka. Heyse, P. J. L. 
Lotus and the bottle. Henry, O. 
Lotus eaters. Tracy, V. 
Louis-d'or. Coppee, F. 
Louis Lambert. Balzac, H. de 
Louisa. Freeman, M. E. W. 
Louisa Pallant. James, H: 
Louisiana. Burnett, F. H. 
Louys, Pierre, 1870- 

Strange adventure of Madame Esquollicr 
In Brooks, W. Stories from four lan- 
guages 
Love. Goeringer, I. 
Love. iNIaupassant, G. de 
Love affair of Chesterfield, jr. Jordan, 

E. G. 
Love among the beech leaves. Crockett, 

S. R. 
Love among the blackboards. Kelly, M. 
Love and bread. Strindberg, J. A. 
Love and skates. Winthrop, T. 
Love and the little dog. Jokai, M. 
Love at first sight. Matthews, J. B. 
Love at Martinmas. Cabell, J. B. 
Love before breakfast. Stockton, F. R. 
Love-charm. Tieck, L. 
Love chase. Hewlett, M. H. 
Love cfime. Bourget, P. 
Love Diehards. Quiller-Couch, A. T. 
Love finds a way. Ford, P. L. 



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Love finds the wav. Besant, W., and 

Rice, J. 
Love gilds the scene and woman guides the 

plot. Castle, A. and Castle, E. 
Love in a mask; or. Imprudence and happi- 
ness. Balzac, H. de 
Love in idleness. Kirk, E. O. 
Love in old cloathes. Bunner, H. C. 
Love in the big barracks. Ralph, J. 
Love is the whole. Hale. E. E. 
Love-knot. Jacobs, W. W. 
Love-letter answered. See Collins, W. "i 

say no" 
Love-letters of Smith. Bunner, H. C. 
Love-letters of Superline Gold. Ralph, J. 
Love marriage. See Ilalevy, L. Marriage 

for love 
Love me, love my dog. Davis, Richard M 
"Love o' women.'" Kipling, R. 
Love of a fool. Maartcns, M. 
Love of Azalea. Watanna, O. 
Love of enemies. See Crockett, S. R. Ver- 

nor the traitor 
Love of life. London, J. 
Love of long ago. Maupassant, G. de 
Love of Naomi. Quillcr-Couch. A. T. 
Love of Parson Lord. Freeman, M. E. \\'. 
Love of romance. Bland, E. N. 
Love of the hills. Glaspell, S. 
Love of the maid. Duncan, N. 
Love of the Prince of Glottenberg. Haw- 
kins. A. H. 
Love of woman. See Kipling, R. Love o' 

woman 
Love or wealth. Gaboriau, E. 
Love passage. Jacobs, W. W. 
Love-philtre of Ikey Schocnstein. Elenry, O. 
Love song. Maartens, M. 
Love story reversed. Bellamy, E. 
Love, the destroyer. Jordan, E. G. 
Love vs. law. Stowe, H. B. 
Lovel the widower. Thackeray, W. M. 
Loveliness. Ward, E. S. P. 
Lovely bully. Parker, G. 
Lover, Samuel, 1797- 1868 

I'.arny O'Reirdon the navigator 

1)1 Jolinson, R. Little classics v 9 
lUirial of the tifhe 

In Patten, W. International short 
stories v 2 
Fairy finder 

In Johnson, R. Little classics v 12 
Gridiron, or Paddy Mullowney's travels 
in France 
/;; Mabie, H. W.. and Strachey, L. 
Little masterpieces of fiction v 2 
Warner library 
Lover and the tell-tale. Crane, S. 
Lover in cocky. Lang, A. 
Lover of flowers. Freeman, M. E. W. 
Lover of music. Van Dyke, H. 
Lover, the girl and the onlooker. P.land, 

E. N. 
Lovers. Heliodorus 
Lovers in heaven. Hawthorne, J. 
Lovers of Gudrun. Morris, W. [Edgar] 
Love's alumni. Cabell, J. B. 
Love's awakening. See Maupassant, G. de. 

Dowry 
Trove's conundrum, ilawkins, A. 11. 
Love's dilemmas. Ilcrrick, R. 



Love's logic. Hawkins, A. H. 

Loves of Alonzo Fitz Clarence and Rosan- 

nah Ethelton. Clemens, S. L. 
Loves of Clitopho and Lcucippe 

/;( Smith, R. Greek romances 
Loves of Sakura Jiro. Watanna, O. 
Low Dutch and high. Ralph, J. 
Low water. Jacobs, W. \V. 
Lowell, Robert Traill Spence, 1816-1891 

Raft thai no man made 

//; Johnson, R. Little classics v 8 
Lower animal. Duncan, N. 
Lowly one. Bourgct, P. 
Loyal. Brofeldt, J. 

Loyalty of Esau Common. WclL, H. G. 
Lucerne. Tolstoi, L. N. 
Lucian (Lucianus Samosatensis) i20?-200? 
A. D. 

Amateur of lying 
In Warner library 
Lucifera. Hawkins, A. H. 
Lucindy. Stuart, R. M. 
Luck. Clemens, S. L. 
Luck of Hardrobe. Lewis, A. H. 
Luck of Roaring camp. Harte, B. 
Luck of the Bogans. Jewett, S. O. 
Luck of the horseshoe. King, C. 
Luck of the Susan Bell. Besant, W. 
Lucky burglar. Maupassant, G. de 
Lucy conjurer. Harris, J. C. 
Lucky Jim. Long, J. L. 
Lucky number. Stetson, G. E. C. 
Lucretia Burns. Garland, H. 
Lucy. Freeman, M. E. W. 
Lucy Dill's wedding. See French, A. W. 

Wolf at Susan's door 
Lucy Poor. See Hale, E. E. John Ricli 

and Lucy Poor 
Ludlow, Fitz Hugh, 1836- 1870 

Brace of boys 

In Johnson, R. Little classics v 17 

Little Briggs and I 

1)1 Johnson, R. Little classics v 11 
Ludwig and Eloise. Field, E. 
Luella Miller. Freeman. M. E. W. 
Luftmensch. Zangwill, I. 
La luka. \'erga, G. 
Lullaby boy. Henry, O. 
Lulu's pupil. Stowe, FI. B. 
Lunch at McArthur's. Bishop, W. H. 
Lure of tlie Je I'Aimais. Vorse, M. H. 
Lustigs. Van Renssalaer, M. G. 
Lute Baker and his wife Em. Field, E. 
Lux in tenebris lucet. Sienkiewicz, H. 
Lydia Herscy of East Bridgewater. Free- 
man, M. E. W. 
Lynn of dreams. Sharp, W. 
Lynx-hunting. Crane, S. 
Lys, Georges de 

Revenge 

III Brooks, W. Stories from four lan- 
guages 
Lytton, Edward George Earle Lytton 
Bulwer-Lytton, ist baron, 1803-1873 

Brothers 

Jn Patten, W. International sliort 
stories v 2 

Calderon, the courtier 
In Novels. Historical romances V 6 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



209 



Haunted and the haunters; or, The house 
antl the brain 
In Novels v 30 

Hawthorne, J. Library mysterj^ and 

detective stories, English-Irish 
Blackwood 86: 229 
Eclectic AI 48:389 
House and the brain. See Lytton, E. B. 

Haunted and the haunters 
Incantation 
In Hawthorne, J. Library mystery and 
detective stories, English-Irish 
Leila; or, The siege of Granada 

In Novels. Historical romances v 6 
Leila 
Maid of Malines 

In Johnson, R. Little classics v 6 
Pausanias, the Sparten 

/;: Novels. Historical romances v 6 
Siege of Granada. See Lytton, E. B. 

Leila 
Zicci 
In Novels v 27 

"Ma Bowlin'." Thanet, O. 
"Ma'am?" Morris, G. 

Maartens, Maarten, pseud. (Jozua Marius 
Willem Vander Poorten Schwartz) 
1856- 
AU my story 
In Brothers all 
Liv Age 220: 445 
Annette de Virofley 

In Some women I have known 
Argyment 

In Brothers all 
Lippinc 78: 598 
Arrangement 

In Woman's victory 
Author's story 

In Woman's victory 
Scrib M 26:685 
Banquet 

In My poor relations 
Bargain 

In Woman's victory 
Bit of to-day 

In My poor relations 
Challenge! 

In Woman's victory 
Comedy of crime 

/;; My poor relations 
Cosmopol 30: 185 
Contract 

In Brothers all 
Death-way 

in Brothers all 
Diamonds 

In Woman's victory 
Cosmopol 36: 161 
Diane de Bragade 

1)1 Some women I have known 

Fortn 75:378 I 

Dream knight 
In Woman's victory 
Cosmopol 32: 668 
Cur Lit 42: 695 
Drop of blood 

In Woman's victory 



Duchess Eleanor 

In Some women I have known 
Temple Bar 118: 305 
Fair-lover 

In My poor relations 
Cosmopolis 8: i 
Fire of love 

In Putnam's 6: 187 
Heiress! 

In Woman's victorj' 
Her father's w^ife 

In Woman's victory 
Cosmopol 32: 334 
Her last word 

In Woman's victory 
Herrisdale 

In W^oman's victory 
In extremis 

In My poor relations 
Israels: a bit of biography 

In Brothers all 
Atlan 97: 167 
Jan Hunkum's money 

In My poor relations 

Temple Bar 121:291, 450, 629 
John 

//; Some women I have known 
Lady Mary's mistake 

In Woman's victor}- 
Cosmopol 27: 595 
Library 

/;; Brothers all 
Life 

In Woman's victory 
Cosmopol 27: 473 
Little Christian 

In Woman's victory 
Lippinc 65: 418 
Little Mary 

In Some women I have known 
Lord Venetia 

In Woman's victory 
Cosmopol 25: 709 
Love of a fool 

In Putnam's 6: 479 
Love song 

In Woman's victory 
Madame de Liancourt 

/;; Some women I have known 
Madame de Mersy 

In Some women I have known 
Cosmopol 28: 234 
Madame de Parfondricu 

In Some women I have known 
Marseillaise! 

In Woman's victory 
Meess 

In Some women I have known 
Temple Bar 118: 190 
Ministers dog 

In My poor relations 

Good Words 35 Christmas no i 
Mister Brother Jonas 

/;; Brothers all 
Mrs. Marsham 

In Lippinc 83: 603 
Mrs. Russell 

In Some women I have known 
Mother 

In My poor relations 

Good Words 39: 51, 126, 195 



210 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Maartens, Maarten — Con I iiiiicd. 
Nobody's child 

III Scrib Al 45 : 198 
Nod 

In Brothers all 
Notary's love story 
In My poor relations 
Cosmopolis 2: 305 
Our cousin Sonia 

1)1 Some women I have known 
Our lady of lies 

In Woman's victory 
Passport 

In Woman's victory 
Harper 109: 106 
Play 

/;/ Brothers all 
Prayer 

In Brothers all 
Princesse 

/)( Some women I have known 
Promise 
In Brothers all 
Cent 67: 305 
Question of taste 

/;/ Question of taste 
Resurrection 

In Woman's victory 
Ring 

In Brothers all 
"Silly" 

In My poor relations 
Sir Geofifrey's theory 

/;; Woman's victory 
Story of the great hail-gamble 

In Brothers all 
Summer Christmas 
III Aly poor relations 
Chaut 53:93 
Eng niust 20: 261 
Teetotal 

III Brothers all 
Ten million a year 

III Putnam's 7: 321 
Tom Potter's pilgrimage 

In My poor relations 
"Trick" 

In My poor relations 
Tuberculin 

In Brothers all 
Venetia's child 

In Scrib M 37: 165 
Why he loved her 

In My poor relations 
Woman's victory 
In Woman's victory 
Harper 107: 841 
Mabel and I (a philosophical fairy tale). 

Boyesen, H. H. 
Mabel Blossom's pearl pin. Jordan, E. G. 
Mac dilates on the human side. Smith, 

F. H. 
McAllister's Cliristmas. Train, A. C. 
McAllister's data of ethics. Train, A. C. 
McAllister's marriage. Train, A. C. 
Merulloughs of the Idufif. Peattie, E. W. 
McCutcheon, George Barr (Richard Greaves, 
pseud.) 1866- 
Advocate's first ulea 
In McClure 20: 75 



Alternative 

In Alternative 
Black is white 

In Munscy 50: 505 
Butterfly man 

/;/ Butterfly man 
Cowardice court 

In Cowardice court 
Day of tlie dog 

In McClure 21:407, 520 
Gloaming ghosts 

In Her weight in gold 
Green ruby 

In Her weight in gold 
Reader 7: 648 
Her weight in gold 

In Her weight in gold 
Late Mr. Taylor 

In Her weight in gold 
Maid and the blade 

In Her weight in gold 
Mr. Hamshaw's love affair 

In Her weight in gold 
Quiddlers three 

In Her weight in gold 
Ten dollar bill 

In Her weight in gold 
When girl meets girl 

In Her weight in gold 
Good H 54: 750 
Mace Bowman, sheriff. Lewis, A. H. 
Macdonald, George, 1824-1905 
Butcher's bills 

In Stephen Archer 
Carasoyn 

In Light princess 
Cross purposes 

/;/ Light princess 
Giant's heart 

In Light princess 
Gifts of the child Christ 

In Stephen Archer 
Golden key 

In Light princess 
History of Photogen and Nycteris 

III Stephen Archer 
U I had a father 

In Stephen Archer 
Light princess 

In Light princess 
Little Daylight 

In Light princess 
Post in a storm 

In Stephen Archer 
Shadows 

/;; Light princess > 

Stephen Archer 

In Stephen Archer 

Every Saturday 7: 140 
Warlock o' Glenwarlock 

In Warlock o' Glenwarlock 
Macedonia. Wright, M. T. 
MacFall, Mrs. Haldane. Sec Grand, Sarah, 

pseud. 
Mclntyre's false face. Bishop, W. H. 
McKay, J. T. 
Stella Grayland 

In Stories by American authors v 7 
Scrib o s 13: 694 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



211 



Mackenzie, Henry, 1745-1831 
Story of La Roche . , , . 

In Johnson, R. Little classics v s 
Mackinac and lake stories. Catherwood, 

M. H. 
Maclaren, Ian. See Watson, John 
Macleod, Fiona. See Sharp, William 
MacManus, Seumas, 1870- , , , . r 

Adventures of Ciad, son of the knig of 
Norway 
In Donegal fairy stones 
Amadan of the dough 

In Donegal fairy stories 
Aunt Calista's way 

/;; Our Day 16:49 
Bachelors of Braggy 

In Atlan 93"- 597 
Barney Brian's monument 

In Harp W 44:826 
Barney Roddy's penance 

In Through the turf smoke 
Bee, the harp, the mouse and the bum- 
clock 
m Donegal fairy stones 
Bewitched fiddle 

In Bewitched fiddle 
Billv Baxter 

In Through the turf smoke 
Lippinc 69: 474 
Billy Baxter's holiday 

In Lippinc 69: 474 
Billy Lappin's search for a fortune 
In Bewitched fiddle 
Cent =;9:6oi 
Boyne water 

In Through the turf smoke 
Cadger-boy's last journey 
In Bewitched fiddle 
Outlook 63:46 
Caitlin Dhu 

In Lippinc 71 : 706 
Capture of Nellie Carribm 

In Cent 75: 537 
Celtic beauty 

In Lippinc 65: 586 
Conal and Donal and Taig 
In Donegal fairy stories 
Condy Sheeran's courtin' 
In Bewitched fiddle 
Chambers' J 75:780 
Corney Clery's balance 

In Bewitched fiddle 
Counsellor 

In Through the turf smoke 
Counsellor MacCarty's first scalp 

In Good Words 44:335 
County Clare angel 

/;; Cosmopol 33: 96 
Cronaraidh ghost 

In Lippinc 75: 74 
Curiosity of Carney 

In Delin 65: 92 
Curse of the heretic 

In McClure 34:670 
Day of the scholars 

In McClure 38: 146 
Dinny Moneghan's last keg 

In Through the turf smoke 
Dinny O'Neill 
In Lippinc 80: 59 



Donal that was rich and Jack that was 
poor 
In Donegal fairy stones 
Far adventures of Billy Burns 

In Cosmopol 36: 459 
Father Dan and fiddlers four 
/;;, Through the turf smoke 
Father Matt's text 

In Ind 51:3279 
Hookedy-Crookedy 

In Donegal fairy stones 
How Condy Dhu raised the devil 

In Lippinc 76: 722 
How Miss Turkington did not see gueen 
Victoria 
In Lippinc 72: 361 
Irish courtship 

In Lippinc 82:739 
Jack and the lord high mayor 
In Through the turf smoke 
Jack who was the ashypet 

In Through the turf smoke 
Jerry MacFaddycen's supper 

Harp W 44: J a 6 p 9 
Knife in the crooked thorn 
In Ladies' H J 2i:0 p 8 
Last serpent 

In Cosmopol Z7'- 65 
Lazy Jaynius 

In Woman's H C 31 : My p 7 
Leadin' road to Donegal 

In Through the turf smoke 
Logic of a pike 
In Ind 52:362 
Lord Thorny's eldest son 

In Cosmopol 35:651 
Mam's the miller 

In Donegal fairy stones 
Masther and the bocca fadh 
In Through the turf smoke 
Misther McCran of Belfast 

In Harper 99: 738 
Mrs. Carney's sealskin 

In Ladies' H J 21: N p 12 
Mrs. McCafferty's mistake 

In Cent 62:430 
Mrs. M'Groarty's inheritance 

In Cent 70: 757 
Old hag's long leather bag 
/;; Donegal fairy stories 
Pathrick's proxy 
In Bewitched fiddle 
Cosmopol 28: 343 
Penalty of greatness 
In Lippinc 7i'- 456 
Philip Slevin's queer courting 

/„ Ind 55:2688 
Plaisham 

In Donegal fairy stories 
Postmistress of Knockagar 

In Outlook 74:860 
Prince of Wales' own Donegal militia 

In Through the turf smoke 
Quaddhroop-eds 

In Through the turf smoke 
Queen's conquest 

In Everybody's 22:448 
Red poocher 

/n-Red poocher 
Richard Foster 
In Harper loi : 45 1 



IXDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



MacManus, Seumas Continued. 
Sacrifice of Xabla 

1)1 Lippinc 74: 2t6 
Snow, the crow and the blood 

/;; Donegal fairy stories 
Stafif of the "Universe" 

In P)cwitched fiddle 
Station in Nancy Magnires' 

In Harper 100: 209 
Steed of bells 

/;; AlcClurc 24: 250 
Story of Donacha Laidir 

/;( Lippinc 89: 235 
Strong weakness of Oiney KillacU 

In Cent 5<S: 955 
Sword of light 

In Lippinc 80: 756 
Three master tradesmen 
/;; Bewitched fiddle 
Outlook 64: 317 
Tinker of Tamlacht 

In Cosmopol 34: 673 
Two brothers 

In Harper loi : 793 
Two cockneys and a conspirator 

In Lippinc 66: 270 
A\'hcn Mylcs Maguire melted 

/;; Bewitched fiddle 
Wisdom of dark Pathrick 
In Bewitched fiddle 
Cent 59: 41 
Wonderful story of Terry MacGowan 
In Lippinc 76: 71 
Mac's enteric fever. Crockett, S. R. 
McTavish. Morris, G. 
McVickar, Harry Whitney 
Reprisal 

In Howells, \N . D,. and Alden, H. M. 
Shapes that haunt the dusk 
Harper 97: 925 
Mad. Maupassant, G. de 
Mad Englishman. Crosby, M. 
Mad Medlicott. Allen, G. 
Mad Monckton. Collins, W. 
Mad Sir Uchtred of the hills. Crockett, S. R. 
Mad woman. Maupassant, G. de 
"Mad world, my master." Hibbard, G. A. 
Madame Amalena. Perry, B. 
Madame Baptiste. Maupassant, G. de 
Madame Bo-pccp, of the ranches. Henry, O. 
Madame Butterfly. Long, J. L. 
Madame Chabre. Zola, E. 
Madame de Beauseant. Sec Balzac, H. de 

Deserted woman 
Madame de Chateaubrun's series of three. 

Halevy, L. 
Madame de Dey's last reception. See Bal- 
zac, H. de. Conscript 
Madame de Fleury. Edgeworth, M. 
Madame de Liancourt. Maartens, M. 
Madame de Mauves. James, H. 
Madame de Mersy. Maartens, M. 
Madame de Parfondrieu. Maartens, M. 
Madame de Treymes. Wharton, E. 
Madame Delicieusc. Cable, G. W. 
Madame Dclphinc. Cable, G. W. 
Madame iMrmiani. Balzac, H. de 
Madame llusson's "ivosier." Maupassant, 
G. de 



Madame Jeanctte's papers. Erckmann, E. 
and Chatrian, A. 

Madame Jolicoeur's cat. Janvier, T. A. 

Madame Lucrczia. See IMerimee, P. "Vic- 
colo" of Madame Lucrczia 

Madame Neigeon. See Zola, E. Jolly Pari- 
sians 

Madame Parisse. Maupassant, G. de 

Madame Robin. Gibbon, P. 

Madame Sauvage. See Maupassant, G. de. 
Mother Savage 

Madame Simon. Maupassant, G. dc 

Madame Tellier's establishment. Maupas- 
sant, G. de 

Madame Thcrese. Erckmann, E. and Chat- 
rian, A. 

Madame's battle. French, A. W. 

Made in heaven. Hopkins, M. S. B. 

Madeira party. Mitchell, S. W. 

Madeline Tristram. Sedgwick, A. D. 

Mademoiselle. Maupassant, G. de 

Mademoiselle Cocotte. See Maupassant, G. 
de. Cocotte 

Mademoiselle de Doucine's New Year's 
present. France, A. 

Mademoiselle de Scuderi. Hoffmann, E. T. 
W. 

Mademoiselle Fifi. Maupassant, G. de 

Mademoiselle Flavie. Zola, E. 

Mademoiselle Joan. Davis, Rebecca H. 

Mademoiselle ]\Iiss. Harland, H. 

Mademoiselle Olympe Zabriskie. Aldrich, 
T. B. 

Mademoiselle Panache. Edgeworth, M. 

Mademoiselle Pearl. Maupassant, G. de 

Mademoiselle Roxane. France, A. 

Mademoiselle Zephyr. Corelli, M. 

Madge o' the pool. Sharp, W. 

Madison Square Arabian night. Henry, O. 

Madness. Maupassant, G. de 

Madness of Barry. Futrelle, J. 

Madness of John Harned. London, J. 

Madness of Lord Harry Culverhouse. Haw- 
kins, A. PL 

Madness of Mr. Lister Jacobs, W. W. 

Madness of Philip. Bacon, J. D. 

Madness of Poler Stacy. Williams, J. L. 

Madness of Private Ortheris. Kipling, R. 

Madness of the rector. Stetson, G. E. C. 

Madonna of the desert. Peattie, E. W. 

Madonna of the future. James, H. 

Madonna of the peach-tree. Hewlett, AL H. 

Madonna of the toys. Cutting, M. S. 

Madonna of the tubs. Ward,"E. S. P. 

Madonna of Tinkle Tackle. Duncan, N. 

Madrilene; or, The festival of the dead. 
King, G. E. 

Maecenas of the Pacific slope. Harte, B. 

.Maese Perez, the organist. Becquer, G. A. 

Maeterlinck, Maurice, 1862- 
Massacre of the innocents 
In Stories by foreign authors, Polish, 
etc. 

Mag Haggerty's knight. Michelson, M. 

Maggie, a girl of the streets. Crane, S. 

Maghar's leap. Stockton, F. R. 

Magherini-Graziani, Giovanni 
Fioraccio 

/)( Maupassant. G. de., and others. 
Modern ghosts 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



213 



Magic cape. Kelly, M. 

Magic cigar. Hornung, E. W. 

Magic egg. Stockton, F. R. 

Magic forest; a modern fairy story. White, 

S. E. 
Magic ink. Black, W. 
Magic lantern. Hunekcr, J. G. 
Magic ring. Grahame, K. 
Magic ring. Harris, J. C. 
Magic shop. Wells, H. G. 
Magic sled. Bangs, J. K. 
Magician's daughter and the high-born boy. 

Stockton, F. R. 
Magnetic attraction. Barr, R. 
Magnetic hearth. Connolly, J. B. 
Magnetism. Maupassant, G. de 
Magnie's dangerous ride. Boyesen, H. H. 
Magpie over the hill. Galsworthy, J. 
Magruder, Julia, 1854-1907 
At anchor 

1)1 Lippinc 40: I 
Bartered birthright 

III jMiss Ayr of Virginia 
Dead selves 

In Lippinc 59: 289 
Harry of England 

In Scrib M 32:528 
Heaven-kissing hill 

In Heaven-kissing hill 
His heart's desire 

In Miss Ayr of Virginia 
Honored in the breach 

In Lippinc 41 : 287 
Johnny Watt's money 

In Harp B 33: 781 
Labor of love 

In Labor of love 
Masked singer 

In Miss Ayr of Virginia 
Miss Ayr of Virginia 

In Miss Ayr of Virginia 
New thing under the sun 
In Miss Ayr of Virginia 
Once more 

In Miss Ayr of Virginia 
Realized ideal 

In Realized ideal 
Story of an old soul 

In Miss Ayr of Virginia 
Sunny Southerner 

In Sunny Southerner 
Thirst and the draught 

In Miss Ayr of Virginia 
Thousandth woman 
In Lippinc 75: i 
Mahala Joe. Austin, M. H. 
Mahatma and the hare; a dream story. Hag- 
gard, H. R. 
Mahaushadha (Tibetan) 

/;; Hawthorne, J. Library mystery and 
detective stories, Oriental 
Mahommed Selim. See Parker, G. Deser- 
tion of Mahommed Selim 
Maid and the blade. McCutcheon, G. B. 
Maid Marian. Seawell, M. E. 
Maid of Killeena. Black, W. 
Maid of ]\Ialines. Lytton, E. B. 
Maid of Oyas. Levvald-Stahr, F. 
Maid of the mill. Bacon, J. D. 



Maid of Unai (Japanese) 

In Warner library 
Maiden bell. Phillpotts, E. 
Maiden meditation. See Hibbard, G. A. In 

Maiden Meditation 
Maid's progress. Foote, M. H. 
Maimon the fool and Nathan the wise. Zang- 

will, I. 
Main street. Hawthorne, N. 
Maitre Belhomme's beast. Maupassant, G. 

de 
]\Iaitre Cornelius. See Balzac, H. de. Mas- 
ter Cornelius 
Maiwa's revenge. Haggard, H. R. 
Majesty of the law. Andrews, M. R. S. 
Majesty of the law. Howard, B. W. 
Major Bronquard of the army. Osbourne, L. 

Major-general's pepper-pots. Bangs, J. K. 

Major Ferdue's bargain. Harris, J. C. 

Major's tale. Bierce, A. 

Make-believe man. Davis, Richard H. 

Make way for the young. Fuller, H. B. 

Make westing. London, J. 

Maker of leiises. Zangwill, I. 

Maker of moons. Chambers, R. W. 

Maker of rainbows. Le Gallienne, R. 

Makes the whole world kin. Henry, O. 

Making a convert. Maupassant, G. de 

Making a night of it. Dickens, C. 

Making allowances for mamma. Norris, K. 

Making an orator. Crane, S. 

Making good with mother. Ferber, E. 

Making of a doctor. Comer, C. A. 

Making of a fortune. Spofford, H. P. 

Making of a man. Harriman, K. E. 

Making of a marchioness. Burnett, F. H. 

Making of a match. Martin, E. S. 

Making of a New Yorker. Henry, O. 

Making of a pilot. Viele, H. K. 

Making progress. King, G. E. 

Malachi. Parker, G. 

Male courtesan. Maupassant, G. de 

Malefactor. Chekhov, A. P. 

Malemute kid stories. London, J. 

Maltese cat. Kipling, R. 

Malva. Gorky. :\1. 

Mam' Lyddy's recognition. Page, T. N. 

Mama Stirling. Maupassant, G. de 

Mamichee. Austin, AI. H. 

Mammon and the archer. Henry, O. 

Mammy Peggy's pride. Dunbar, P. L. 

Mammy Tittleback and her family. Jackson, 
H. H. 

Alam's the miller. MacManus, S. 

Mamsell Fredrika. Lagerlof, S. 

Man. Bierce, A. 

Man, a famine, and a heathen boy. Parker, G. 

Man, a maid and a motor. Loomis, C. B. 

Man about town. Henry, O. 

Man and a woman. Mitchell, S. W. 

Man and his boots. Harris, J. C. 

Man and his friend. Stevenson, R. L. 

Man and his model. Hawkins, A. H. 

INIan and his rose-garden. Brown, A. 

Man and some others. Crane, S. 

Man and the mountain. Harte, B. 

Man and the snake. Bierce, A. 

Man and the wild cattle. Harris, J. C. 

Man at the next table. Chambers, R. W. 

Man at the semaphore. Harte, B. 



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INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Man at the wheel. Parker, G. 

Man before the mast. Gibbon, P. 

Man behind the curtain. Quillcr-Couch, A. T. 

Man l)orn to be king. Morris, W. 

Man fights best in his own township. Barr, 

R. 
Man from Archangel. Doyle, A. C. 
Man from Ochee Point, New Jersej'. 

Loomis, C. B. 
Man from Red Dog. Lewis, A. II. 
Man from Solano. Harte. B. 
Man from the Spanish war. Callicrwood, 

M. H. 
Man from Tro}'. Smith, F. H. 
Man from Yellowstone. Lewis, A. H. 
Man Haggard. See Stevenson, R. L. and 

others. Object of pity 
Man-hating maiden (Sanskrit) 

Jn Hawthorne, J. Library mystery and 
detective stories, Oriental 
Man higher up. Henrj', O. 
Man hunt. Train, A. C. 
Man-hunting in the pound. Fox, J., jr. 
Man in front of Mannerings. Comer, C. A. 
Man in the bottle. Meyrink, G. 
Man in the case. Chekhov, A. P. 
Man in the cloister. Brown, A. 
Man in the high-water boots. Smith, F. H. 
Man in the red sweater. Loomis, C. B. 
Man in the road. Cameron, M. 
]\lan in the shadow. Gibbon, P. 
Man in the tree. Craddock, C. E. 
Man in the window. Williams, J. L. 
Man of adamant. Hawthorne, N. 
Man of business. Balzac, H. dc 
Man of destiny. Dyar, M. 
Man of feeling. Brown, A. 
Man of flesh and blood. Glaspell, S. 
Man of forty crowns. Voltaire, F. M. de A. 
Man of habit. Jerome, J. K. 
Man of his word. Miller, A. D. 
Man of mark. Hawkins, A. Fl. 
Man of Monceau. Weyman, S. J. 
Man of no account. Harte, B. 
Man of promise. Hichcns, R. S. 
Man of putty. Loomis, C. B. 
Man of the crowd. Poe, E. A. 
Man of the future. French, A. W. 
Man of wheels. Mason, A. E. W. 
Man of Zanzibar. Davis, Richard H. 
Man on horseback. White, W. A. 
Man on the beach. Harte, B. 
Man on the hill-top. Bacheller, I. A. 
Man on the moor. Sharp, W. 
Man out of the nose. Biercc, A. 
Man overboard. Bierce, A. 
Man overboard! Crawford, 1'". M. 
Man proposes. Jordan, E. G. 
Man that brought the river. ]}azin, R. 
Man that corrupted lladleyburg. Clemens, 

S. L. 
Man Ihal died at .Mma. I'arker, G. 
Man that kd the class. Williams, J. L. 
Man that was used up. I'oc, E. A. 
Man who came back. Ferber, E. 
Man who committed bigamy. Piatcs, A. 
Man wlio could lia\ c tuld. Quiller-Cuuch, 

A. T. 
Man who could not lose. Davis, Ricliard H. 
Man who could \\ t)rk miracles. Wells, H. G. 



Man who did not believe in luck. Jerome, 
J. K. 

Man who "hadn t time." Catherwood, M. H. 

Man who intervened. Hichens, R. S. 

Man who knew. Gibbon, P. 

Man who lived for others. Jerome, J. K. 

Man who lost his head. Fernald, C. B. 

Man who lost his name. Boyesen, H. H. 

Alan who shot Given. Singmaster, E. 

Man who understood women. Merrick, L. 

Man who was. Kipling, R. 

Man who was like Shakespeare. Black, W. 

Man who was nice and common. Singmas- 
ter, E. 

Man who was not on tlie passenger list. 
Barr, R. 

Man who was obstinate. Brown, A. 

Man who went too far. Benson, E. F. 

Man who went wrong. Jerome, J. K. 

Man who wins. Herrick, R. 

Man who won. Lefevre, E. 

Man who worked for Collister. I'larle, M. T. 

Man who would be king. Kipling, R. 

Man who would manage. Jerome. J. K. 

Man whose yoke was not easy. Harte, B. 

Man with no money. Le Gallienne, R. 

Man with one talent. Davis, Richard H. 

Alan with something in his eye. Le Gal- 
lienne, R. 

Alan with the blue eyes. Alaupassant, G. de 

Man with the boots. Bland, E. N. 

Man with the dogs. Alaupassant, G. de 

Man with the pale eyes. See Maupassant, 
G. de. Man with the blue eyes 

Alan with the pink pants. Bunner, H. C. 

Man with the red hair. Norris, W. E. 

Man with the twisted lip. Doyle, A. C. 

Alan with the watches. See Doyle, A. C. 
Story of the man with the watches 

Man with two lives. Bierce, A. 

Alan without a country. liale, E. E. 

Man without a pension. Viele, H. K. 

Manasseh. Gibbon, P. 

Manchester marriage. Gaskell, E. C. 

Manette's manuscript. See Dickens, C. Dr. 
Alanette's manuscript 

Mango-seed. Gerould, K. F. 

Alanifest destiny. Watson, J. 

Alanila wire. King, C. 

Alanmat'ha. De Kay, C. 

"Alanners makyth man." Jacobs, W. \V. 

Manning, Marie (Mrs. Herman E. Gasch) 
I'roplietess of tlie land of No-Smoke 
In llowclls, W. D., and Alden, 11. Al. 
Under the sunset 

Alanoeuvring. Edgeworth, Al. 

Alan's life saved by fowls, and woman's by a 
pig. Reade, C. 

Alansion. Van Dyke, H. 

Manufacturers. Edgeworth, Al. 

Alanuscript. Larssen, O. 

Ms. found in a bottle. Poe, I-'.. .\. 

Alany men of many minds. Wyatt, E. F. 

Many waters. Deland, Al. 

Map of the country. Brown, .\. 

Alaranas. Halzac, II. de 

Marlile child. Bland, 1'.. N. 

Alarcel. liourget, P. 

March ^4 man. Ciorky. .M. 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



215 



March of progress. Chcsnutt, C. W. 
March of the White Guard. Parker, G. 
March wind. Brown, A. 
Marchioness. See Burnett, F. H. Making 

of a marchioness 
Marchioness of Stonehenge. Hard}-, T. 
Marchioness's lap-dog. Gautier, T. 
Marcia. Davis, Rebecca H. 
Marcile. Parker, G. 
Mare Morto. Herrick, R. 
Margaret. Hopkins, W. J. 
Margaret: a pearl. Field, E. 
Margery of Lawhibbet. Quiller-Couch, A. T. 
Margot. Musset, A. de 
Margot's gallant. Zola, E. 
Margot's tapers. Maupassant, G. de 
Marguerite. Zola, E. 
Marguerite's carnival. Zangwill, I. 
Margueritte, Paul, 1S60- 
Death of Pierrot 

In Merrill. S. Pastels in prose 
Mari terrible. Wells, H. G. 
Maria Francisca. Heyse. P. J. L. 
Maria Howe; or, the eflfccts of witch stories. 

Lamb, C. 
Maria Perrone, murderess and saint. Crock- 
ett. S. R. 
Mariana overreaches. Vorse, M. H. 
Marianson. Catherwood, M. H. 
Marie and the talk-trust. Bacheller, I. A. 
Marie de France, fl. 12th century 
Chatelaine of Vergi 

III French mediaeval romances 
Lay of Eliduc 

III French mediaeval romances 
Lay of Equitan 

In French mediaeval romances 
Lay of Graelent 

III French mediaeval romances 
Lay of Gugemar 

In French mediaeval romances 
Lay of Milon 

In French mediaeval romances 
Lay of Sir Launfal 

In French mediaeval romances 
Lay of the ash tree 

In French mediaeval romances 
Lay of the dolorous knight 

In French mediaeval romances 
Lay of the honeysuckle 

In French mediaeval romances 
Lay of the nightingale 

In French mediaeval romances 
Lay of the thorn 

In French mediaeval romances 
Lay of the two lovers 

In French mediaeval romances 
Lay of the were-wolf 

In French mediaeval romances 
Lay of Yonec 

In French mediaeval romances 
Story of beyond the sea 

In French mediaeval romances 
Mariette. Halev}-, L. 
Marigold-Michel. Howard, B. W. 
Mariner's signalling under fire at Guanta- 

namo. Crane, S. 
Marion Campbell. Mitford, M. R. 
Marionettes. Henry, O. 



Marjorie Daw. Aldrich, T. B. 
Marjorie Fleming. Brown, J. 
Marjorie's three gifts. Alcott, L. M. 
Mark Bridgman. Alitford, M. R. 
Mark of the beast. Kipling, R. 
Market-hunter. Chambers, R. W. 
Markheim. Stevenson, R. L. 
Markis and the major. Wright, M. O. 
Marklake witches. Kipling, R. 
Marlitt's shoes. Chambers. R. W. 
Marm Lisa. Wiggin, K. D. 
Marny's shadow. Smith, F. H. 
Marocca. Maupassant, G. de 
Marooned. Davis. C. B. 
Marquis. Maupassant, G. de 
Marquis and Miss Sally. Henry, O. 
Marquis de Fumcrol. Maupassant, G. de 
Marquise's shoulders. Zola, E. 
Marriage at a venture. Gaboriau, E. 
Marriage by compulsion. Hawkins, A. H. 
Marriage by proxy. Herrick, R. 
Marriage contract. Balzac, H. de 
Marriage for love. Halevy, L. 
Marriage of Lit-lit. London, J. 
Marriage of Mademoiselle Gimel. Bazin, R. 
Marriage of Marie Modeste. King, G. E. 
Marriage of Moira Fergus. Black, W. 
Marriage of Quidnunc. Hewlett, M. H. 
Marriage of the brigadier. Doyle, A. C. 
Marriage of the miller. Parker, G. 
Marriage question. Stetson, G. E. C. 
Marriage settlement. See Balzac, H. de. 

Marriage contract 
Marriage to the sea. Merimee, P. 
Marriages. James, H. 
Married beneath him. Besant, W. 
Married beneath him. Payn, J. 
Married daughter. Ward, E. S. P. 
Married lovers. Morris, G. 
Married son. James, H. 
Marry month of May. Henry, O. 
Marryat, Frederick, 1792-1848 

Great triangular duel 

In Patten, W. International short sto- 
ries V 2 
Marrying of Susan Clegg. French, A. W. 
Mars Jeem's nightmare. Chesnutt, C. W, 
Marse Chan; a tale of old Virginia. Page, 

T. N. 
Marseillaise! Maartens, M. 
Marsena. Frederic, H. 
Marsh rosemary. Jewett, S. O. 
Marshall's capture. Garland, H. 
Marshes. White, S. E. 

Marth' Ann of the evergreens. Stuart, R. M. 
Martha. Pangborn, G. W. 
Martha's lady. Jewett, S. O. 
Martin, Edward Sandford, 1856- 

Adventure in philanthropy 
In Scrib M 11 : 230 

By the second intention 
/;; Harper 121 : 120 

Courtship of a careful man 
In Courtship of a careful man 
Harper 104: 191 

Disguised providence 
In Courtship of a careful man 
Harper 105: 447 



2l6 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Martin, Edward Sandford —Continued. 
Found: a situation 

In Courtship of a careful man 
Harp W 48: 177s, 1780 
How Uncle Thomas gave himself a first- 
class notice 
In Harper 108: 49 
Josephine 

In Courtship of a careful man 
Harper 108: 829 
Making of a match 
1)1 Courtship of a careful man 
Harper 107: 89 
Party at Madeira's 
In Courtship of a careful man 
Harper 103: 590 
Martin Franc and the monks of St. Anthony. 

Longfellow, H. W. 
Martine. Maupassant, G. de 
Martyr to science. Jacobi, M. P. 
Martyrdom lottery. Gibbon, P. 
Martyrdom of man. Michelson, M. 
Martyrdom of "Mealy Jones." White, W. A. 
Maruja. Harte, B. 

Marvel, Ik, pseud. See Mitchell, D. G. 
Marvellous doctor. Hogg, J. 
Marvellous invention. Field, E. 
Marvels of science. Hibbard, G. A. 
Mary. Van Renssalaer, M. G. 
Mary Amelia Spot. Keats, G. 
Mary and Martha. Jewett, S. O. 
Mary Bowman. Singmaster, E. 
Mary Burnett. Hogg, J. 
Mary Elizabeth. Ward, E. S. P. 
Mary Ellen and Evelyn May. Morris, G. 
Mary Felicia. Brown, A. 
Mary McGillup; a Southern novel. After 

Belle Boyd. Harte, B. 
Mary Montgomery. Hogg, J. 
Mary Musgrave 

In Stories by English authors, Africa 
Mary Rice. Sigourney, L. H. 
Mary with the high hand. Bennett, E. A. 
" — mas has come." Kip, L. 
Masaniello; or. The fisherman of Naples. 

Dumas, A. 
Mascot of battery B. Osbourne, L. 
Masefield, John 

Aml)itious Jimmy Hicks 

In Tarpaulin muster 
Aunty Bligh 

In Tarpaulin muster 
Big Jim 

In Tarpaulin muster 
Bottom of the well 

In Tarpaulin muster 
Captain John Coxon 

In Mainsail haul 
Captain John Jennings 

In Mainsail haul 
Captain John Ward 
In Mainsail haul 
Captain Robert Knox 

In Mainsail haul 
Davy Jones's gift 
In Tarpaulin muster 
Country Life N 1 1 '05 
Deal of cards 
In Mainsail haul 



Devil and the old man 

In Mainsail haul 
Don Alphonso's treasure hunt 

In Mainsail haul 
Edward Herries 

1)1 Tarpaulin muster 
Eldorado 

In Tarpaulin muster 
From the Spanish 

In Mainsail haul 
In a castle ruin 

In Mainsail haul 
One Sunday 

In Tarpaulin muster 
Pirates of Santa Anna 
In Tarpaulin muster 
Port of many ships 
In Mainsail haul 
Port Royal twister 

In Tarpaulin muster 
Raines law arrest 

In Tarpaulin muster 
Rest-house on the hill 
In Tarpaulin muster 
Sailor's yarn 

In Mainsail haul 
Schooner-man's close calls 

In Tarpaulin muster 
Sea superstition 

In Mainsail haul 
Seal man 

In Mainsail haul 
Voyage of the Cygnet 

In Mainsail haul 
Western islands 

In Mainsail haul 
Yarn of happy Jack 

In Tarpaulin muster 
Yarn of Lanky Job 
In Mainsail haul 
Mask. Chambers, R. W. 
Mask. Maupassant, G. de 
Mask of the lost soul. Earle, M. T. 
Masked singer. Magruder, J. 
Mason, Alfred Edward Woodley, 1865- 
Coward 

In Ensign Knightley 
Crossed gloves 

In Ensign Knightley 
Cruise of the "Willing mind" 

In Ensign Knightley 
Deserter 

In Ensign Knightley 
Ensign Knightly 

1)1 Ensign Knightley 
Pall Mall M^7: i 
Fifth picture 

In F.nsign Knightley 
Hatteras 

In Ensign Knightlej'' 
How Barrington returned to Johannes- 
burg 
In Ensign Knightley 
Keeper of the bishop 

1)1 Ensign Kniplitley 
Liberal education 

1)1 Ensign Knightley 
Man of wheels 

//; Ensign Knightley 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



217 



Mr. Mitchelbourne's last escapade 
In Ensign Knightley 
Harp W 44: 1 177 
Princess Joceliande 

In Ensign Knightley 
Schoolmaster and Felicia 

In Harp W 47: 1983 
Shuttered house 

1)1 Ensign Knightley 
Englllust M 18:323 
Trouble at Beaulieu 
In Lippinc 67: 119 
Twenty-kroner story 
In Ensign Knightley 
Masque of the Red Death. Poe, E. A. 
Masquerade. Brown, A. 
Masquerade. See Parker, G. Little mas- 
querade 
Mass for the dead. Bland, E. N. 
Mass for the dead. Chekhov, A. P. 
Massacre of the innocents. Maeterlinck, M. 
Massey money. Comer, C. A. 
Massimilla Doni. Balzac, H. de 
Master. Brown, A. 
Master. Gibbon, P. 
Master and man. Tolstoi, L. N. 
Master cat. Perrault, C. 
Master Cornelius. Balzac, H. de 
Master Cornille's secret. See Daudet, A. 

Secret of Maitre Cornille 
Master Humphrey's clock. Dickens, C. 
Master Johannes Wacht. Hoffmann, E. T. 

W. 
Master John Horsleigh, knight. Hardy, T. 
Master Martin, the cooper. Hoffmann, E. 

T. W. 
Master minds of history. Brown, A. 
Master of cobwebs. Huneker, J. G. 
Master of deceit. Watson, J. 
Master of his profession. See Futrelle, J. 

Missing necklace 
Master of mystery. London, J. 
Master of silence. Bacheller, L A. 
Master of the "Chrysolite." O'Halloran, G. 

B. 
Master of the inn. Herrick, R. 
Master of the Name. Zangwill, L 
Master Richard Smith's tale of The cast of 
the apple. See Hewlett, M. H. Cast of the 
apple 
Master thief. Ashbjornsen, P. C, and Moe, 

J. E. 
Master's garden. Slosson, A. T. 
Masters of arts. Henry, O. 
Masther and the bocca fadh. MacManus, S. 
Matador of the Five Towns. Bennett, E. A. 
Matchmaking. Mitford, M. R. 
Mate of the "Bunch o' keys." Phillpotts, E. 
Mate of the Daylight. Jewett, S. O. 
Mate of the Gatwick. Gibbon, P. 
Mated. Jacobs, W. W. 
Mated by a waiter. Zangwill, L 
Mated by magic: a story with a postscript. 

Matthews, J. B., and Pollock, W. H. 
Mateo Falcone. Merimee, P. 
Materialization of Charles and Mivanway. 

Jerome, J. K. 
Maternal instinct. Janvier, T. A. 
Mathilda's address book. Hopkins, M. S. B. 
Mathurin. Parker, G. 



Matriculation of Courtney. Hopkins, 

M. S. B. 
Matrimonial ambassador. Gaboriau, E. 
Matrimonial episode. Cutting, M. S. 
Matrimonial openings. Jacobs, W. W. 
Matrimonial tontine benefit. Grant, R. 
Matter of a mashie. Gray, D. 
Matter of business. Maupassant, G. de 
Matter of duty. Hawkins, A. H. 
Matter of eugenics. Chambers, R. W. 
Matter of fact. Hibbard, G. A. 
Matter of fact. Kipling, R. 
Matter of interest. Chambers, R. W. 
Matter of logic. Futrelle. J. 
Matter of mean elevation. Henry, O. 
Matter of motives. Barr, R. 
Matter of opinion. Hibbard, G. A. 
Matter of principle. Chesnutt, C. W. 
Matter of rivalry. Thanet, O. 
Matter of taste. Wyatt, E. F. 
Matter of two ciphers. Hornung, E. W. 
Matthews, James Brander, 1852- 
At a private view 

In Vignettes of Manhattan 

Harper 88: 491 

Before the break of day 

In Vignettes of Manhattan 

Harper 8g: 222 

Brief — as woman's love 

In Secret of the sea 
By telephone 
In Family tree 
Cent 36: 30s 
Cameo and a pastel 
In Story of a story 
Harper 86: 130 
Candle in the plate 

In Outlines in local color 
Chesterfield's postal-cards to his_ son 
In Family tree [Scherzi & Skizzen] 
Confidential postscript 

In Tales of fantasy and fact 
Decoration day revery 
In Vignettes of Manhattan 
Cent 40: 102 
Dream-gown of the Japanese ambassador 
In Tales of fantasy and fact 
Eng Illust 16: 145 
Esther Feverel 

In Secret of the sea 
Harper 72:53 
Etelka Talmeyr: a tale of three cities 
In Story of a story 

Harper 86:857 \ 

Family tree 
In Family tree 
Scrib M 5:226 
Frog that played the trombone 
In Vistas of New York 
Harper 87:911 
Glimpse of the underworld 
In Outlines in local color 
Her letter to his second wife 
In Vistas of New York 
Cosmopol 25: 56 
Idle notes of an uneventful voyage 
In Family tree 

New Princeton R 3:241 
Idyl of Central Park 
In Vistas of New York 



2l8 



IXDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Matthews, James Brander —Coiiliniu'd. 
In a bob-tail car 

In Family tret- [Scherzi iX; Skizzcn] 
Vistas of New York 
In a hansom 
In Vistas of New York 
Harper loi: 360 
In search of local color 

In Vignettes of Manhattan 
In the little churcli down the street 
In Vignettes of Manhattan 
Harper 88:462 
In the midst of life 

In Vignettes of Manhattan 
In the small hours 

In Vistas of New York 
Scrib M 26: 502 
In the vestibule limited 
In In the vestibule limited 
Harper 82: 572 
In the watches of the night 
III Outlines in local color 
Harper 94: 267 
Interview with Miss Marlcnspuyk 
In Outlines in local color 
Harper 92:61 
Irrepressible conflict 

/;; Outlines in local color 
Kinetoscope of time 

In Tales of fantasy and fact 
Scrib M 18: 733 
Letter of farewell 

In Outlines in local color 
Scrib M 19:644 
Love at first sight 
In Secret of the sea 
Cent 30:838 
Memories 
In Family tree 

Stories of the army. (Stories from 

Scribner) 
Scrib M 6:168 
Men and women and horses 
In Outlines in local color 
Harper 91: 813 
Midsummer midnight 

In Vignettes of Manhattan 
Harper 88:221 
New member of the club 
In Story of a story 
Cent 45: loi 
On an errand of mercy 

In Vistas of New York 
On the battlefield [Robert White] 
In Family tree 
Cent 36:457 
On the steps of the city hall 
In Vistas of New York 
Harper 98: 524 
Perchance to dream 
In Secret of the sea 

Gentleman's M n s 36:417 
Lippinc 37: 300 
Perturbed spirits 
hi Secret of the sea 
Cent 32: 74 
Playing a part 
In In partnership 



Primer of imaginary geography 
In Tales of fantasy and fact 
Scrib M 16: 729 
Rehearsal of a new play 

In Outlines in local color 
Rival ghosts 

In In partnership 

Tales of fantasy and fact 
Harper 68: 905 
Robert White. See Matthews, J. B. On 

the battlefield 
Royal marine: an idyl of Narragansett pier 
In Royal marine 

Harper 89: 577, 680 
Scher/.i & Skizzen 

In Family tree 
Secret of the sea 

In Secret of the sea 
Shortest day in the year 

In Vistas of New York 
Sisters under their skins 
In Vistas of New York 
Harper 121: 773 
Sixteen years without a birthday 

/)( Tales of fantasy and fact 
Solo orchestra 

/;; Outlines in local color 
Harper 94: 790 
Speech of the evening 

In Vignettes of Manhattan 
Spring flood in Broadway 
In Outlines in local color 
Harper 92: 696 
Spring in a side street 
In Vignettes of Manhattan 
Harper 88:678 
Story of a story 
In Story of a story 
Cent 42: 870 
Such stufif as dreams 

/;; Family tree [Scherzi & Skizzen] 
Thanksgiving-day dinner 
In Vignettes of Manhattan 
Harper 88:28 
Twenty-ninth of February 
In Vignettes of Manhattan 
Harper 80:436 
Twinkling of an eye 

/;; Tales of fantasy and fact 
Two letters 

In Story of a story 
Harper 81:281 
Under an April sky 

In Vistas of New York 
Venetian glass 
hi In partnersliip 

Stories by American authors v 3 
Vigil of McDowell Sutro 
/;; Outlines in local color 
Harper 93: 758 
\'ista in Central Park 

hi Vignettes of Manliattan 
Harper 89:457 
Waiting 

hi Bclgravia 60: 176 
Wall street wooing 

hi Outlines in loc;il color 
Harper 03: <>0 
Young man from the country 
/;; Vistas of New York 
Cosmopol 25: 527 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



219 



Matthews, J. B., and Anstey, F. 

Three wishes 

In With my friends 
Matthews, J. B., and Bunner, H. C. 
Documents in the case 
In In partnership 
With my friends 
Stories bv American authors v i 
Scrib o s 18: 755 
Seven conversations of dear Jones and 
Baby Van Rensselaer 
In In partnership 
With my friends 
Manhattan 3: 461 

Matthews, J. B., and Jessop, G. H. 

Check and counter-check. Sec Matthews, 
J. B. and Jessop, G. H. Tale of 
twenty-five hours 
One storj' is good until another is told 
III With my friends 
Harper 78: 625 
Tale of tw^enty-five hours [Check and 
counter-check] 
In Tale of twenty-five hours 
Lippinc 41 : i 
Matthews, J. B., and Pollock, W. H. 
Edged tools: a tale in two chapters 
In With my friends 
Longman's M g: 159 
JMated by magic; a stor}' with a post- 
script 
In With my friends 
Mattina. Dragoumis, J. D. 
Maud-Evelyn. James, H. 
Mauki. London, J. 

Maupassant, Henri Rene Albert Guy de, 
1 850- 1 893 

A list of the French titles of the trans- 
lated stories is given in volume seventeen 
of the Dunne edition. 

The statement is made in the catalog- of 
the Library of Congress that the contents 
of the Normandy edition are identical with 
those of the Miromesnil edition, 
x^bandoned 

In Works (Brainard) v 3 
Works (Miromesnil) v 9 
Works (Sumichrast) v 2 pt 2 
Patten, W. International short 
stories v 3 
Abbe Marignan 

In Works (Sumichrast) v 5 pt 2 
Accent 

In Works (Brainard) v 2 
Works [Dunne] v 3 
Works (Sumichrast) v 9 pt 2 
Accursed bread 

In Works (Brainard) v i 
Works [Dunne] v 5 
Works (Miromesnil) v 2 
Works (Sumichrast) v 2 pt 2 
Adieu. See Maupassant, G. de. Farewell 
Adopted son 

In Works (Miromesnil) v 3 
Works (Sumichrast) v 9 pt i 
Adventure 

In Works (Brainard) v 3 
Works [Dunne] v 4 
Works (Sumichrast) v 9 pt 2 



Adventure in Paris 

In Works (Brainard) v 3 
Works [Dunne] v 4 
Works (Sumichrast) v 5 pt 2 
Adventure of Walter Schnaff. See Mau- 
passant, G. de. Walter Schnaff's ad- 
venture 
Affair of state 

In Works [Dunne] v i 
After [Apres] 

In Works (Brainard) v 8 
Works [Dunne] v 5 
Works (Miromesnil) v 2 
Works (Sumichrast) v 2 pt 2 
Cosmopol 16:241 
After death 

In Works [Dunne] v 16 
Alexander 

In Works (Brainard) v 10 
Works (Miromesnil) v 10 
Works (Sumichrast) v 6 
All over 

In Works [Dunne] v 5 

Works (Miromesnil) v i 
Works (Sumichrast) v 4 pt 2 
Allouma 

In Works (Brainard) v 4 
Works [Dunne] v 4 
Works (Miromesnil) v 8 
Works (Sumichrast) v 9 pt I 
Allouma 
Always lock the door 

In Works (Brainard) v i 
Works [Dunne] v 16 
Works (Sumichrast) v 2 pt 2 
Am I insane? 

In Works [Dunne] v 17 
Apparition 

In Works (Miromesnil) v 6 
Apres. See Maupassant, G. de. After 
Artifice 

In Works (Brainard) v 3 
Works [Dunne] v 4 
Works (Miromesnil) v 3 
Works (Sumichrast) v 3 pt 2 
Artist 

In Works (Brainard) v 2 
Works [Dunne] v i 
Artist's wife 

In Works [Dunne] v 4 

Works (Sumichrast) v 9 pt 2 

xA.ssassin 

In Works [Dunne] v 15 
Works (Sumichrast) v i 
Assignation 

In Works (Brainard) v 3 
At sea [Selfishness] 

In Works [Dunne] v 15 
Works (Miromesnil) v 2 
Works (Sumichrast) v 7 Pt i 

Au soleil 

In Works [Dunne] v 12 
Aunt Rose. See Maupassant, G. de. Our 

letters 
Avenger [His avenger] 
In Works (Brainard) v 8 
Works [Dunne] v 5 
Works (Miromesnil) v 10 



220 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Maupassant, Guy de —Cor.lmucd. 
Awakening 

In Works (Brainard) v 4 
Works [Dunne] v 4 
Works (Suinichrast) v 5 pt 2 
Babette 

In Works (Brainard) v 2 
Works [Dunne] v i 
Bad error. Sec Maupassant, G. de. Win- 
dow 
Ball of fat. See Maupassant, G. de. Ball 

of tallow 
Ball of tallow [Ball of fat; Tallow ball] 
In Works [Dunne] v 17 

Works (Sumichrast) v 4 pt 2 
Little French masterpieces v 6 
Bandmaster's sister 
In Works (Brainard) v 2 
W'orks [Dunne] v i 
Works (Sumichrast) v 9 pt 2 
Baptism 

In Works (Sumichrast) v 4 pt i 
Baroness 

In Works (Miromesnil) v 8 
Works (Sumichrast) v i 
Bed 

In Works (Brainard) v 3 
Works [Dunne] v 4 
Works (Sumichrast) v 5 pt 2 
Bed 29 
In Works [Dunne] v 17 

Works (Sumichrast) v 7 pt i 
Beggar ["Bell"] 
In Works [Dunne] v 15 

Works (Miromesnil) v 3 
Works (Sumichrast) v 9 pt i 
Odd number 
Bclhomme's beast [Maitre Belhomme's 
beast] 
In Works (Miromesnil) v 4 
Works (Sumichrast) v i 
"Bell." See Maupassant, G. de. Beggar 
Bellflower. See Maupassant, G. de. 'Clo- 

chctte 
Benoist. See Maupassant, G. de. Martine 
Bertha [Story of Bertha] 
In Works (Brainard) v 3 
Works [Dunne] v 3 
Works (Miromesnil) v 10 
Works (Sumichrast) v 2 pt 2 
Cosmopol 2:381 
Beside a dead man. See Maupassant, G. 

de. Beside Schopenhauer's corpse 
Beside Schopenhauer's corpse [Beside a 
dead man] 
In Works (Brainard) v 8 
Works [Dunne] v 5 
Works (Sumichrast) v 2 pt 2 
Blind man 
In Works (Brainard) v 8 
Works [Dunne] v 14 
Works (Miromesnil) v 2 
Works (Sumichrast) v 9 pt i 
Blue and white 

In Works (Brainard) v 10 
Boitelle 

In Works (Brainard) v 8 
Works [Dunne] v 5 
Works (Miromesnil) v 2 
Works (Sumichrast) v 2 pt 2 



Bombard [Consideration] 
In Works [Dunne] v 16 

Works (Sumichrast) v 3 pt 2 
Boule de suif 

In Works (Brainard) v i 
Bric-a-brac 

In W'orks [Dunne] v 4 
Cake 

In Works (Brainard) v 8 
Works [Dunne] v 14 
Works (Sumichrast) v 5 pt 2 
Caresses 

In Works (Brainard) v 9 
Works (Sumichrast) v 6 
Carnival of love 

In Works (Brainard) v 4 
Works [Dunne] v 4 
Works (Sumichrast) v 5 pt 2 
Carter's inn [Carter's wench] 
In Works (Brainard) v 3 
Works (Sumichrast) v 3 
Carter's wench. See Maupassant, G. de. 

Carter's inn 
Caught 

In Works (Brainard) v 4 
Works [Dunne] v 16 
Works (Sumichrast) v 6 
Caught in the very act 

In W^orks (Brainard) v 3 
Chali 
In Works (Brainard) v 9 
Works (Sumichrast) v 8 
Charm dispelled. See Maupassant, G. de. 

Discovery 
Charm of the stable [On perfumes; Stable 
perfume] 
In Works (Brainard) v 3 
Works [Dunne] v 3 
Works (Sumichrast) v 9 pt 2 
Checkmate 
In W^orks (Miromesnil) v 8 
Works (Sumichrast) v i 
Child 
In Works (Miromesnil) v 4 . 

Works (Sumichrast) v 5 pt 2 
Christening 
In Works [Dunne] v 15 
Works (Miromesnil) v 4 
Works (Sumichrast) v i 
Christmas eve 

In Works (Brainard) v 4 
Works [Dunne] v 4 
W^orks (Sumichrast) v 5 pt 2 
Clair de lunc [In the moonlight] 
In Works | Dunne] v 4 
Works (Miromesnil) v " 
Allouma 
Odd number 
Clochette [Bellflower] 
In Works (I'rainard) v i 
Works [Dunne] v 2 
Woiks (Miromesnil) v 6 
Works (Sumichrast) v 6 
Closet 

In Works (Brainard) v 9 
Clown 

In Works (Brainard) v 2 
Works [Dunne] v 2 
Works (Sumichrast) v 4 pt 1 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



221 



Cock crowed 
Iti Works (Brainard) v 2 
Works [Dunne] v i 
Works (Sumichrast) v 7 pt i 
Coco 
In Works (Miromesnil) v 4 
Works (Sumichrast) v i 
Cocotte [Francis: .Mademoiselle Cocotte] 
In Works [Dunne] v 15 

Works (Sumichrast) v 3 Pt 2 
Colonel's idea [ColoneFs ideas] 
In Works (Brainard) v 3 
Works [Dunne] v 3 
Works (Miromesnil) v 2 
Works (Sumichrast) v 2 pt 2 
Colonel's ideas. See Maupassant, G. de. 

Colonel's idea 
Confession 

In Works (Brainard) v 3 
Works [Dunne] v 3 
Works (Sumichrast) v 6 
Odd number 
Hawthorne, J. Library mystery and 

detective stories, French 
Theatre 32:252 
La confession. See Maupassant, G. de. 

Peculiar case 
Conservatory 

In Works (Brainard) v 7 
Works [Dunne] v =; 
Works (Sumichrast) v 2 pt 2 
Consideration. See Maupassant, G. de. 

Bombard 
Corsican bandit 

In Works C Brainard) v 8 
Works [Dunne] v 14 
Works (Miromesnil) v 5 
Works (Sumichrast) v pt i 
Corsican bandits 

In Works (Brainard) v 10 
Costly outing 

In Works [Dunne] v 15 
Countess Satan 

In Works (Brainard) v 3 
Works [Dunne] v 2 
Works (Sumichrast J v 9 pt 2 
Country excursion 
In Works (Brainard) v 3 
W^orks [Dunne] v 3 
Works (Miromesnil) v 4 
Works (Sumichrast) v i pt 2 
Coup d'etat 

In Works (Miromesnil) v 6 
Coward [The duel] 
In Works [Dunne] v 14 

Works (Miromesnil) v 6 

Works (Sumichrast) v 4 pt 2 

Odd number 

Jessup, A., and Canby, H. S. Book 

of the short story 
Little French masterpieces v 6 
Crash [Lost] 

In Works (Brainard) v 3 
Works [Dunne] v 3 
Works (Sumichrast) v 9 pt 2 
Cripple 

In Works (Brainard) v 10 
Works (Miromesnil) v 2 
Works (Sumichrast) v 3 pt 2 
Crisis 

/;; Works [Dunne] v 17 



Dancers. Sec Maupassant, G. de. Minuet 
Darkness 

In Works (Mirpmesnil) v 8 
Works (Sumichrast) v 6 
Dead woman's secret 

In Works (Brainard) v 8 
Works [Dunne] v 17 
Works (Miromesnil) v 10 
Deaf mute 

In Works [Dunne] v 16 
Debt 

In Works (Brainard) v 2 
Works [Dunne] v i 
Works (Sumichrast) v 6 
Deer park in the provinces 
In Works (Brainard) v 4 
Works [Dunne] v 4 
Works (Sumichrast) v 9 pt 2 
Delila 

In Works (Brainard) v 3 
Works [Dunne] v 3 
Works (Sumichrast) v 9 pt 2 
Denis 

In Works (Brainard) v 10 
Works (Miromesnil) v 2 
Works (Sumichrast) v i 
Devil 

In Works (Brainard) v i 
Works [Dunne] v 2 
Works (Miromesnil) v 3 
Works (Sumichrast) v 4 pt 2 
Diamond necklace. See Maupassant, G. de. 

Necklace 
Diary of a madman 

In Works [Dunne] v 3 

Works (Miromesnil) v 10 
Works (Sumichrast) v i 
Allouma 
Dimanches d'un bourgeois. See Maupas- 
sant, G. de. Sundays of a Parisian 
Discovery [Charm dispelled] 
/;; Works [Dunne] v 17 
Works (Miromesnil) v 2 
Works (Sumichrast) v i 
Dispenser of the Holy water 

In Works (Miromesnil) v 10 
Divorce [Fair exchange] 
In Works [Dunne] v 16 

Works (Sumichrast) v 5 pt 2 
Divorce case 

In Works (Brainard) v 4 
Works [Dunne] v 2 
Works (Sumichrast) v _i pt 2 
Donkey 

In Works (Brainard) v 10 
Works (Miromesnil) v 5 
Works (Sumichrast) v 3 pt 2 
Door 

/;; Works (Miromesnil) v 10 
Works (Sumichrast) v '5 pt 2 
Double pins [Rival pins] 
In Works (Brainard) v 3 
Works [Dunne] v i" 
Works (Sumichrast) v 5 pt 2 
Doubtful happiness 

In Works [Dunne] v 16 
Dowry [Love's awakening] 
In Works [Dunne] v 17 
Works (Miromesnil) v 4 
Works (Sumichrast) v i 



222 



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Dread. Src Maupassant, G. de Fear 
Dreams 

In Works (Brainard) v 8 
Works (Miromcs'nil) v 8 
Works (Sumichrast) v 7 pt i 
Drowned man 

III Works (Sumichrast) v 3 pt 2 
Drunkard [Victim] 

In Works [Dunne] v 13 
Works (Miromcsnil) v 3 
Works (Sumichrast) v 8 pt _' 
Duchoux 
In Works (Brainard) v 4 
Works [Dunne] v 11 
Works (Miromesnil) v 8 
Works (Sumichrast) v i 
Duel 

In Works [Dunne] v 5 

Works (Miromesnil ) v 4 
Works (Sumichrast) v 3 pt 2 
Duel. See Maupassant, G. de. Coward 
Englishman 

In Works [Dunne] v 15 
Enthusiast. See Maupassant, G. de. Ma- 
dame Husson's "Rosier" 
Epiphany 

In Works (Brainard) v i 
Works [Dunne] v 2 
Works (Miromesnil) v 2 
Works (Sumichrast) v 2 pt 2 
Exotic prince 

In Works (Brainard) v 3 
Fair exchange. See Maupassant, G. <le. 

Divorce 
Fake gems. See Maupassant, G. de. False 

gems 
False alarm 

In W^orks (Brainard) v 2 
Works [Dunne] v i 
Works (Sumichrast) v 2 pt 2 
False gems [Fake gems] 
In Works [Dunne] v 3 

Works (Miromesnil) v 8 
Works (Sumichrast) v 2 pt 2 
AUouma 
Family 

In Works (Brainard) v i 
Works [Dunne] v 2 
Works (Miromesnil) v i 
Works (Sumichrast) v 2 pt 2 
Family affair 
In Works (Brainard) v 4 
Works [Dunne] v 13 
Works (Miromesnil) v 5 
Works (Sumichrast) v i 
Farewell! [Adieu; Growing old] 
In Works [Dunne] v 17 
Works (Miromesnil) v 4 
Works (Stnniclirast ) v i 
Farmer's wife 

In Works (Brainard) v 7 
Works [Dunne] v 5 
Works (Miromesnil) v 2 
Works (Sumichrast) v 4 pt 2 
Fascination 

In Works (Miromesnil) v 8 
Fashionable woman 

In Works (Brainard) v 4 
Works [ Dunne 1 v 4 
Works (Sumichrast) \ <) p[ 2 



Father 

In Works (Brainard) v 2 
Works I Dunne] v i 
Works (Miromesnil) v 2 
Works (Sumichrast) v 2 pt 2 
Father and son 

In Works (Miromesnil) v 2 
Allouma 
Father Boniface's crime [Mistake] 
In Works [Dunne] v 16 

Works (Sumichrast) v 3 pt 2 
Father Judas [Old Judas] 
In Works (Brainard) v 10 
Works (Miromesnil) v 8 
W^orks (Sumichrast) v 6 
Father Matthew 

In W'orks [Dunne] v 10 
Works (Miromesnil) v i 
Works (Sumichrast) v 7 pt i 
Father Milon [No cjuarter] 
hi Works (Brainard) v 5 
Works [Dunne] v 14 
Works (Miromesnil) v 3 
Works (Sumichrast) v 9 pt i 
Fathers 

In Works (Sumichrast) v 5 pt 2 
Father's confession 
In Works (Miromesnil) v 10 
W'orks (Sumichrast) v i pt 2 
Fear (railroad) [Traveler] 
In Works (Brainard) v 9 
Works (Sumichrast) v 6 
Fear (sea) [Traveler's story] 
In Works (Brainard) v 10 
Works [Dunne] v 10 
Works (Miromesnil) v 8 
Works (Sumichrast) v 4 pt i 
Hawthorne, J. Library mystery and 
detective stories, French 
Fecundity 

In Works [Dunne] v 17 
First snowfall 

In Works (Brainard) v i 
Works [Dunne] v 3 
Works (Miromesnii) v 6 
Works (Sumichrast) v i pt 2 
Fishing excursion. See Maupassant, G. 

de. Two friends 
Fishing hole 

In Works (Miromesnil) v 1 
Works (Sumichrast) v i pt 2 
Florentine 

In Works [ Dunne] v 16 
Fly 

In Works (I'.rainaril) v 2 
Works I Dunne] v i() 
Works (Sumichrast) v 4 pt 2 
For sale 

In Works (Miromesnil) v 8 
Works (Sumichrast) v i 
Forbidden fruit 

In Works [Dunne] v 17 
Forgiveness 

//; Works [Dunne] v 9 

Works (Miromesnil) v 7 
Works (Sumichrast) v 2 pt 2 
Francesca and Carlotta Rondoli. See 

Maupassant, G. de. Rondoli sisters 
I'rancis. See Maupassant, G. de. Cocotte 
I'Vcncli I'.niH-li Arden. See Maupassant, 
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Friend Joseph 

In Works (Miromcsnil) v i 
Works (Sumichrast) v i 
Friend Patience 

In Works (Sumichrast) v i 
Frontier 

In Works (Brainard) v 10 
Game keeper 

In Works [Dunne] v 15 
Works (Miromesnil) v i 
Works (Sumichrast) v i 
Ghosts 

In Works (Brainard) v 3 
Works [Dunne] v 3 
Works (Sumichrast) v 4 pt 2 
Odd number 

Hawthorne, J. Library mystery and 
detective stories, French 
Golden braid 

In Works (Brainard) v 9 
Good match 

In Works (Brainard) v 4 
Works [Dunne] v 4 
Works (Sumichrast) v 9 pt 2 
Good reasons. See Maupassant, G. de. 

Mustaches 
Grave. See Maupassant, G. de. Tomb 
Graveyard sirens 

In Works [Dunne] v 17 
Works (Sumichrast) v i 
Great sword 

In Works (Sumichrast) v 6 
Growing old. See Maupassant, G. de. 

Farewell! 
Hair-pin 

In Works (Sumichrast) v i 
Hand 

In Works (]\Iiromesnin v 8 
Works (Sumichrast) v 9 pt 7 
Happiness 

In Works (Brainard) v 3 
Works [Dunne] v 4 
Happiness 

In Odd numlicr 
Happy life 

In Works (Sumichrast) v 4 '^t 2 
Hautot senior and Hautot junior 
In Works (Brainard) v 5 
Works [Dunne] v 14 
Works (Sumichrast) v i pt 2 
He? 

In Works (Brainard) v i 
Works [Dunne] v 5 
Heritage [Inheritance] 
In Works [Dunne] v 10 

Works (Miromesnil) v 10 
Works (Sumichrast) v 7 pt 2 
Hermaphrodite 

In Works (brainard) v 3 
Works [Dunne] v 3 
Hermit 

In Works (Brainard) v 4 

Works (Sumichrast) v 2 pt 2 
His avenger. See Maupassant, G. de. 

Avenger 
Hole 

In Works (Brainard) v i 
Works [Dunne] v 2 
Home coming 

In Works (Sumichrast) v 9 Pt 2 



Honest ideal 

In Works (Brainard) v 3 
Works [Dunne] v 3 
Works (Sumichrast) v 9 pt 2 
Hope 

In Works (Sumichrast) v i pt 2 
Horla; or. Modern ghosts 
In Works (Brainard) v r 
Works [Dunne] v 2 
Works (Miromesnil) v 6 
Works (Sumichrast) v i pt 6 
Hawthorne, J. Library mystery and 

detective stories, French 
Little French masterpieces v 6 
Maupassant, G. de, and others. 
Modern ghosts 
Horrible 

In Works (Brainard) v 8 
W^orks [Dunne] v 5 
Works (Miromesnil) v 4 
Works (Sumichrast) v i pt 2 
How he got the Legion of Honor. See 
Maupassant, G. de. Legion of Honor 
Humble drama 

In Works (Sumichrast) v 6 
Humiliation 

In Works [Dunne] v 16 
Husband's confessions 

In Works (Sumichrast) v 5 pt 2 
Hydrophobia 

In Works (Miromesnil) v 10 
Works (Sumichrast) v 6 
Hyppolyte's claim 

In Works [Dunne] v 17 
Idyl 

In Works (Brainard) v 10 

Works (Sumichrast) v 4 Pt i 
Ill-omened groom 
In Works (Brainard) v 3 
Works [Dunne] v 3 
Works (Sumichrast) v 4 pt 2 
Impolite sex 

In Works (Brainard) v 5 
Works [Dunne] v 14 
Works (Miromesnil) v 7 
Works (Sumichrast) v 9 pt i 
In Brittany 

In Works (Miromesnil) v 10 
In flagrante dclictu 

In Works [Dunne] v 3 

Works (Sumichrast) v 4 pt 2 
In his sweetheart's livery 
In Works (Brainard) v 3 
Works [Dunne] v 3 
Works (Sumichrast) v 9 pt 2 
In the court room. See Maupassant, G. 

de. Rustic tribunals 
In the frozen sky 

In Allouma 
In the moonlight. Sec Maupassant, G. de. 

Clair de lunc 
In the spring 

In Works (Brainard) v 4 
Works [Dunne] v 4 
Works (Miromesnil) v 8 
Works (Sumichrast) v 3 pt 2 
In the sunlight 

In Works (Miromesnil) v 10 



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Maupassant, Guy de —Continued. 
In the wood 
In Works (Brainard) v i 
Works [Dunne] v 2 
Works (Miromesnil) v 5 
Works (Sumichrast) v 3 pt 2 
In various roles 

In Works [Dunne] v 3 
Indiscretion 
In Works (Miromesnil) v 8 
Works (Sumichrast) v i 
Inheritance. Sec ^laupassant, G. dc. 

Heritage 
Inn 

In W^orks (Brainard) v i 
Works [Dunne] v 2 
Works (Miromesnil) v 5 
Works (Sumichrast) v i pt 2 
Booklover's M 2: 131 
Introduction 

In Works (Miromesnil) v 5 
Jennet 

In Works (Brainard) v 4 
Works [Dunne] v 4 
Works (Sumichrast) v 9 pt 2 
Jeroboam 

In Works (Brainard) v 3 
Works [Dunne] v 17 
Jolly fellow. Sec Maupassant, G. de. St. 

Anthony , 
Joseph 

In Works (Brainard) v I 
Works [Dunne] v 16 
Works (Sumichrast) v 5 pt i 
Julie Romain 

In Works [Dunne] v 17 
Works (Miromesnil) v 8 
W^orks (Sumichrast) v 6 
Julot's opinion 

In Works (Brainard) v 2 
Works [Dunne] v 5 
Works (Sumichrast) v 8 pt 2 
Kind girls 
In Works (Brainard) v 3 

Works ( Sumichrast) v 9 pt 2 
King's son. Sec Maupassant, G. de. Tim- 

buctoo 
Kiss 
In Works (Brainard) v 10 
Works (Sumichrast) v 6 
Lancer's wife 

In Works (Brainard) v 3 
Works [Dunne] v 14 
Works (Miromesnil) v 4 
Works (Sumichrast) v 4 pt 2 
Last step 

In Works (Brainard) v 3 
Works [Dunne] v 3 
Works (Sumichrast) v 4 pt 2 
Lasting love 

In Works (Miromesnil) v i 
Works (Sumiclirast) v i 
Legend of Mont St. Michel 

In Works (Sumichrast) v 5 pt 2 
Legion of Honor [How he got the 
Legion of Honor] 
In Works (Brainard) v i 
Works [Dunne] v 17 
Works (Sumichrast) v i pt 2 



Letter found on a corpse [Letter found 
on a drowned man] 
In Works (Brainard) v 8 
Works [Dunne] v 5 
Works (Sumichrast) v 2 pt 2 
Letter found on a drowned man. See 
JMaupassant, G. de. Letter found on 
a corpse 
Letter of recommendation 

In Works (Sumichrast) v i 
Lieutenant Lare's marriage 

In Works (Miromesnil) v 10 
Life 

In Works (Sumichrast) v 6 
Lilie Lala 
In Works (Brainard) v 2 
Works [Dunne] v i 
Works (Sumichrast) v 6 
Little cask 
In Works (Brainard) v i 
Works [Dunne] v 5 
Works (Miromesnil) v 2 
Works ( Sumichrast) v 2 pt 2 
Little Louise Roque 

In Works ( Brainard) v 5 
Works [Dunne] v 15 
W'orks (Miromesnil) v 6 
Works (Sumichrast) v 4 pt i 
Little soldier. See Maupassant, G. de. 

Two little soldiers 
Little walk 

In Works [Dunne] v 17 
Lively friend 

In "Works (Brainard) v 8 
Works [Dunne] v 14 
Log 
hi Works (Brainard) v 3 
Works [Dunne] v 3 
Works( Miromesnil) v 8 
Works (Sumichrast) v 2 pt 2 
Log-book 

In Works (Brainard) v 10 
Lost. See Maupassant, G. de. Crash 
Love; pages from a sportsman's book 
In Works (Brainard) v i 
^\'orks [Dunne] v 2 
Works (Miromesnil) v 5 
Works ( Sumichrast) v t pt 2 
Love of long ago 
In Works (Brainard) v 8 
Works [Dunne] v 5 
Works (Miromesnil) v 8 
\\'orks (Sumichrast) v 8 pt 2 
Love's awakening. Sec Maupassant, G. dc. 

Dowry 
Lucky Inirglar 

In \\'orks | Dunne] v 5 

»Mad 

/;; Works( Brainard) v 2 
Works [Dunne] ^• 3 
Works (Sumichrast) v 9 pt 2 
Mad woman 

In Works ( Brainard) v 2 
Works [Dunne] v 2 
Works (Sumichrast) v 7 pt i 
Madame Bai>tiste 
In Works (Brainard) v3 
Works I Dunne] v 4 
Works CMiromesnin v 6 
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Mmc. Husson's "Rosier" [Enthusiast] 
In Works [Dunne] v 10 
Works (Miromesnil) v 8 
Works (Sumichrast) v 7 pt 2 
Madame Parissc 

In Works [Dunne] v 17 
Works (Miromesnil) v 6 
Works (Sumichrast) v S pt 2 
Madame Sauvage. See Maupassant, G. 

de. Mother Savage 
Madame Simon 

In Works (Brainard) v 9 
Madame Tcllier/s establishment 
In Works (Brainard) v 2 
Works [Dunne] v i 
Works (Sumichrast) v 2 pt 2 
Mademoiselle 
In Works (Brainard) v 2 
Works [Dunne] v 2 
Mademoiselle Cocotte. See Maupassant, 

G. de. Cocotte 
Mademoiselle Fifi 

In Works (Brainard) v 2 
Works [Dunne] v i 
Works (Sumichrast) v3 pt 2 
Mademoiselle Pearl 
In Works [Dunne] v 15 
Works (Miromesnil) v 8 
Works (Sumichrast) v 5 pt i 
Madness 
In Works (Aliromesnil) v 4 
Works (Sumichrast) v 9 pt i 
Magnetism 
In Works (Brainard) v 4 
Works [Dunne] v 16 
Works (Sumichrast) v i 
Maitre Belhomme's beast. See Maupas- 
sant, G. de. Belhomme's beast 
Making a convert 

In Works [Dunne] v 17 
Male courtesan 

In Works (Brainard) v 10 
Mama Stirling 
In Works (Brainard) v 2 
Works [Dunne] v i 
Works (Sumichrast) v 9 pt 2 
Man writh the blue eyes. [Man with the 
pale eyes] 
In Works (Brainard) v 4 
Works [Dunne] v 4 
Works (Sumichrast) v 9 pt 2 
HaviTthorne, J. Library mystery and 
detective stories, French 
Man with the dogs 
In Works (Brainard) v 2 
Works [Dunne] v 2 
Works (Sumichrast) v 2 pt 2 
Man with the pale eyes. See Maupassant, 

G. de. Man with the blue eyes 
Margot's tapers 

In Works (Brainard) v 3 
Works [Dunne] v 3 
Works (Sumichrast) v 4 pt 2 
Marocca 
In Works (Brainard) v 3 
Works [Dunne] v t6 
Works (Sumichrast) v 3 pt 2 
Marquis 

In Works (Brainard) v 3 
Works [Dunne] v 4 
Works (Sumichrast) v 9 pt 2 



Marquis de Fumerol 
In Works (Brainard) v I 
Works [Dunne] v 2 
Works (Miromesnil) v 6 
Works (Sumichrast) v 9 pt i 
Martine [Bcnoist] 

In Works [Dunne] v 17 

Works (Sumichrast) v 5 pt 2 
Mask 

In Works (Miromesnil) v 2 
Works (Sumichrast) v 4 pt i 
Matter of business 

In Works [Dunne] v 16 
Meeting 

In Works (T'.rainard) v I 
Works [Dunne] v 5 
Works (Miromesnil) v 2 
Works (Sumichrast) v 4 pt 2 
La mere Sauvage. See Maupassant, G. de. 

Mother Savage 
Mesalliance 

In Works (Brainard) v 3 
Works [Dunne] v 3 
Works (Sumichrast) v 4 pt i 
Military honors. See Maupassant, G. de. 

Prisoners 
Million 

In Works (Brainard) v 10 
Works (Sumichrast) v 6 
Minuet [Dancers] 

In Works [Dunne] v 15 
Works( Miromesnil) v i 
Works (Sumichrast) v 7 pt i 
Miracle 

In Works [Dunne] v 15 
Miss Harriet 

In Works (Brainard) v i 
Works [Dunne] v 2 
Works (Miromesnil) v 6 
Works (Sumichrast) v 4 pt i 
Mistake. See Maupassant, G. de. Father 

Boniface's crime 
Model 

In Works (Miromesnil) v 10 
Works (Sumichrast) v i 
Modern ghosts. See Maupassant, G. de. 

Horla 
Mohammed Fripouille [Mohammed the 
rascal] 
In Works [Dunne] v 15 

Works (Miromesnil) v 8 
Works (Sumichrast) v 2 pt 2 
Mohammed the rascal. See Maupassant, 

G. de. Mohammed Fripouille 
Moiron [Revenge] 

In Works [Dunne] v 9 
Works (Miromesnil) v 8 
Works (Sumichrast) v 5 pt 2 
Monastery of Corbara — a visit to Father 
Didon 
In Works (Brainard) v 10 
Monsieur Jocaste 

In Works (Brainard) v 10 
Monsieur Parent 
In Works (Brainard) v i 
Works [Dunne] v i 
Works (Miromesnil) v 8 
Works (Sumichrast) v I 



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Maupassant, Guy de - Continued. 
Moonlislit 

In Works (Brainard) v 8 
Works [Dunne] v i6 
Works (Miromcsnil) v i 
Works (Sumiclirast) v i pt 2 
Esenwein, J. B. Short story master- 
pieces V I 
Moribund 

/;/ Works (Miromesnil) v 8 
Works (Sumiclirast) v i 
La Morillone 
In Works (Brainard) v 4 
Works [Dunne] v 2 
Mother and daughter 

In W'orks (Brainard) v 5 
Mother and son 

In W^orks (Brainard) v 8 
Works [Dunne] v 5 
Works (Miromesnil) v 8 
Works (Sumichrast) v 2 pt 2 
Mother of monsters [Strange traffic] 
In Works [Dunne] v 16 

Works (Sumichrast) v 9 pt i 
Mother Sauvage. Sec AJaupassant, G. de. 

Mother Savage 
Mother Savage [?iladame Sauvage; La 
mere Sauvage; Alother Sauvage] 
In Works [Dunne] v 15 
Works (Miromesnil) v 6 
Works (Sumiclirast) v g pt i 
Odd number 
Mount of Olives 

In Works (Sumichrast) v 8 pt 2 
Mountebanks 

In Works (Brainard) v 2 
Works [Dunne] v I 
Works (Sumichrast) v 9 pt 2 
Mustaches [Good reasons] 
In Works [Dunne] v 16 
Works (Miromesnil) v 8 
Works (Sumichrast) v 5 pt 2 
My landlady 
In Works (Brainard) v i 
Works [Dunne] v S 
Works (Sumichrast) v 4 pt 2 
My twenty-five days 
In Works (Brainard) v 7 
Works [Dunne] v 5 
Works (Sumichrast) v i pt 2 
My uncle Jules 
In Works (Brainard) v 9 

Works (Miromesnil) v 6 
Works (Sumichrast) v 4 pt i 
My uncle Sosthencs 

In Works (Brainard) v i 
Works [Dunne] v S 
Works (Miromesnil) v 3 
Works (Sumichrast) v I pt 2 
Mv wife 
in Works (Brainard) v 10 
Works (Sumichrast) v 6 
Necklace [Diamond necklace] 
In Works [Dunne] v 15 

Works (Miromesnil) v 6 

Works (Sumichrast) v 2 pt 2 

Odd number 

Cody, S. Selection from llic world's 

greatest short stories 
Hawthorne, J. [jl)rary mystery and 
detective stories. JM-ench 



Little French masterpieces v 6 
Mabie, H. W., and Strachey, L. 
Little masterpieces of fiction v 5 
Stories by foreign authors, French 

V I 

Canad M 23: 113 
New sensation 

/;/ Works (Brainard) v 2 
Works [Dunne] v 3 
Works (Sumichrast) v 5 pt 2 
New Year's gift 

/;; Works (Brainard) v 8 
Works [Dunne] v 5 
Works (Sumichrast) v 4 pt 2 
Night in spring 

In Works (Sumichrast) v 3 pt 2 
Nieht in W^hitechapel 
In Works (Brainard) v 3 
Works [Dunne] v 3 
Works (Sumichrast) v 9 pt 2 
Night of the wedding 

In Works (Sumichrast) v 5 Pt 2 
No quarter See Maupassant, G. de 

Father Milon 
Noncommissioned officer 

In Works [Dunne] v 16 
Normandy joke 

In Works (Brainard) v i 
Works [Dunne] v i 
Works (Miromesnil) v 5 
Works (Sumichrast) v 7 pt i 
Nos Anglais. See Mauspassant, G. de. 

Our English neighbors 
Notes of a traveller [Notes on a journey] 
In Works (Brainard) v 10 
Works (Sumichrast) v 6 
Notes on a journey. See Maupassant, 

G. de. Notes of a traveller 
Odalisque of Senichou 

In Works (Brainard) v 4 
Works [Dunne] v 4 
W'orks (Sumiclirast) v 9 pt 2 
Odd feast 

In Works [ Dunne | v 5 
Od3'Sse3^ of an outcast 

In Wcn-ks (Sumichrast) v 3 pt 2 
Old Amable [Old Amiable] 
In Works (Brainard) v 4 
Works [Dunne] v 11 
Works (Miromesnil) v 8 
Works (Sumichrast) v 6 
Old Amiable. See Maupassant, G. de. 

Old Amable 
Old Judas. Sec Maupassant, G. de. Father 

judas 
Old maid 

In Works (Brainard) v 4 
Works I Dunne] v 4 
Old maid. See Maupassant. G. de. Queen 

Hortense 
Old Mongilet 

In Works (Miromesnil) v 7 
Works (Sumichrast) v 6 
Olive grove 

In Works (I'.rainard) v 9 
Works I Dunne] v 9 
On cats 

/;/ Works | Dunne] v 16 

Works (Miromesnil) v 5 
Works (Sumichrast) v 9 pt 2 



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On perfumes. Sec iMaupassant, G.' de. 

Charm of the stable 
On the journey 

/;; Works (^liromesnil) v 5 

Works (Sumichrast) v 9 pt i 
Odd number 
Canad M 23:311 
On the railway 

In Works (Sumichrast) v 5 pt 2 
On the river 

In Works [Dunne] v 15 
Works (Miromesnil) v i 
Works (Sumichrast) v 6 
IMaupassant, G. de, and others. 

Modern ghosts 
Idler 15: 376 
One evening [Tailor's daughter] 
In Works (Brainard) v 3 
Works [Dunne] v 5 
Works (Miromesnil) v 3 
Works (Sumichrast) v 4 pt 2 
One of life's paradoxes 

In Harper 109: 683 
One phase of love 

In Works [Dunne] v 16 
One way. See Maupassant, G. de. Roger's 

remedj^ 
Orderly 

Iv. Works (Brainard) v 4 
Works [Dunne] v 16 
AVorks (Sumichrast) v 2 pt I 
Orient 

In W'orks (Brainard) v 10 
Works (Sumichrast) v 6 
Orphan 

In Works (Brainard) v 8 
Works [Dunne) v 14 
Works (Aliromcsnil) v 4 
[Works] (Sumichrast) vi pt 2 
Our English neighbors [Nos Anglais] 
In Works (Brainard) v 10 
Works (Miromesnil) v i 
Works (Sumichrast) v 5 pt 2 
Our friend Patience 

In Works (Brainard) v 9 
Our letters FAunt Rose] 
In Works [Dunne] v 15 
Works (Miromesnil) v 8 
Works (Sumichrast) v 6 
Our peasants 

In Works (Brainard) v 10 
Page of history 

In Works (Brainard) v 10 
Parricide 

In Works (Miromesnil) v 5 

Works (Sumichrast) v 8 pt 2 
Parrot 

In Works (Miromesnil) v 8 
Passion 

In Works (Brainard) v 5 
Works [Dunne] v 16 
Works (Sumichrast) v i pt 2 
Patron 

In Works (Brainard) v 10 
Works (Miromesnil) v 10 
Paul's mistress 

In Works (Brainard) v 4 
Works [Dunne] v 2 
Peculiar case [La confession] 
In Works [Dunne] v 16 



Peddler 

In Works (Brainard) v 8 
Works I Dunne] v 5 
Works (Sumichrast) v 5 pt 2 
Penguin's rock 

In Works (Miromesnil) v o 
Philosopher 

In Works (Brainard) v i 
Works [Dunne] v 16 
[Works] (Sumichrast) v5 pt 2 
Piece of string [btring] 
In Works [Dunne] v 15 

Works (Miromesnil) v 3 

Works (Sumichrast) v 9 pt i 

Odd number 

Cody, S. Selection from the world's 

greatest short stories 
Little French masterpieces v 6 
Mabie, H. W., and Strachey, L. 
Little masterpieces of fiction v 6 
Canad M 23: 557 
Pierre and Jean 

In Works (Bramard) v 8 
Works [Dunne] v 10 
Works (Miromesnil) v 2 
W^orks (Sumichrast) v 4 
Pierrot [Watch dog] 
In Works [Dunne] v 15 
Works (Miromesnil) v 4 
Works (Sumichrast) v 7 pt i 
Poor Andrew [What was the matter with 
Andrew] 
In Works (Brainard) v i 
Works [Dunne] v 5 
Works (Sumichrast) v 5 pt 2 
Port 

In Works (Brainard) v 4 
Works [Dunne] v 17 
Works (Sumichrast) v i pt 2 
Portrait 

In W'orks (Brainard) v 10 
Works (Miromesnil) v 8 
Works (Sumichrast) v 6 
Practical joKe 

In Works [Dunne] v 16 
Prisoners [Military honors] 
In Works [Dunne] v 15 
Works (Miromesnil) v 4 
Works (Sumichrast) v 4 pt 2 
Profitable business 

In Vv^orks (Brainard) v 3 
Works Dunne] v 3 
Works (iiumichrast) v 9 pt 2 
Prowess. See Maupassant, G. de. Walter 

Schnaf¥'s adventure 

Queen Hortensc [Old maid] 

In Works [Uunne] v 9 

Works (Miromesnil) v 8 
Works 'Sumichrast) v 5 pt 2 
Queer night in Paris 

In Works (Brainard) v 8 
Works [Dunne] v 5 
Works (Miromesnil) v 5 
Works (Sumichrast) v 9 pt i 
Question of diplomacy 

In Works (Sumichrast) v 9 pt i 
Question of Latin 

In Works (Brainard) v 7 
Works [Dunne] v 5 
Works (Miromesnil) v 5 
Works (Sumichrast) v 3 pt 2 



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Maupassant, Guy de - Coitiiiucd. 
Rabbit 
In Works (Brainard) v 4 
Works [Dunne] v 2 
Works (Miromesnil) v 8 
Works (Sumichrast) v 2 pt 2 
Real one and the other 
In Works (Brainard) v 3 
Works [Dunne] v 4 
Works (Sumichrast) v 9 pt 2 
Recollection 

III Works (Miromesnil) v 6 
Regret 
In Works (Brainard) v 4 

Works (Sumichrast) v i pt 2 
Relic 

In Works (Brainard) v 4 
Works [Dunne] v 4 
Works (Miromesnil) v i 
Works (Sumichrast) v i pt 2 
Relics 

In Works (Brainard) v 2 
Works [Dunne] v 3 
Works (Sumichrast) v 4 pt 2 
Relics of the past 

In Works (Brainard) v 8 

Works (Sumichrast) v 9 pt 2 
Rendezvous 

In Works [Dunne] v 4 

Works (Sumichrast) v I pt 2 
Repulse 

In Works [Dunne] v 4 
Allouma 
Return [French Enoch Arden] 

In Works [Dunne] v 17 
Revenge. See Maupassant, G. de. Moiron 
Rival pins. See Maupassant, G. de. 

Double pins 
Roger's remedy [One way] 
In Works (Brainard) v 9 
Works [Dunne] v 16 
Rondoli sisters [Francesca and Carlotta 
Rondoli] 
In Works (Brainard) v i 
Works [Dunne] v 17 
Works (Miromesnil) v 6 
Works (Sumichrast) v 3 
Room number eleven 
In Works [Dunne] v 16 

Works (Sumichrast) v 9 pt 2 
Rosalie Prudent 
In Works [Dunne] v 17 

Works (Sumichrast) v 3 pt 2 
Rose 

In Works (Sumichrast) v i 
Rupture 
In Works (Brainard) v 3 
Works [Dunne] v 3 
Works (Sumichrast) v 9 pt 2 
Rust 
In Works (Brainard) v 4 
Works (Sumichrast) v i 
Rustic tribunals [In the court room] 
In Works [Dunne] v 16 

Works (Sumichrast) v 2 pt 2 
Saint Anthony [Jolly fellowl 
In Works [Dunne] v 10 
Works (Miromesnil) v i 
Works (Sumichrast) v 7 pt i 



Sale 

In Works (Miromesnil"! v 7 

Works (Sumichrast) v 5 pt 2 
Saved 

In Works (Brainard) v i 
Works [Dunne] v 2 
Selfishness. See Maupassant, G. de. At 

sea 
Semillantc. See Maupassant, G. de. Ven- 
detta 
Sentiment. See Maupassant, G. de. Widow 
Sequel to a divorce 
In Works (Brainard) v 2 
Works [Dunne] v 2 
Works (Sumichrast) v 7 pt i 
Shepherd's leap 

1)1 Works (Sumichrast) v i 
Signal 

In Works (Brainard) v i 
Works [Dunne] v 2 
Simon's papa 

In Works (Brainard) v 4 
Works [Dunne] v 2 
Works (Miromesnil) v 4 
Works (Sumichrast) v 4 pt 2 
Sister's confession 

In Works (Miromesnil) v 3 
Snipe 

In Works (Sumichrast) v 7 pt i 
Solitude 

In Works [Dunne] v 4 

Works (Miromesnil) v 3 
Works (Sumichrast) v i 
Allouma 
Son 

In Works (Sumichrast) v 7 pt 1 
Spasm 

In Works (Brainard) v 8 
Works [Dunne] v 5 
Works (Miromesnil) v i 
Works (Sumichrast) v i pt 2 
Spectre 

In Works [Dunne] v 4 

Works (Sumichrast) v 4 pt i 
Allouma 
Stable perfume. See Maupassant, G. de. 

Charm of the stable 
Story of a dog 

In Works (Brainard) v 8 
Story of a farm girl 

In Works (Brainard) v 2 
Works [Dunne] v i 
Works (Sumichrast) v 2 pt 2 
Story of Bertha. See Maupassant, G. de. 

Bertha 
Strange fancy 

In Works [Dunne] v 16 
Strange traffic. See Maupassant, G. de. 

Mother of monsters 
Stranger 

In Works (Sumichrast) v i 
String. See Maupassant, G. de. Piece of 

string 
Stroll 
In Works (Miromesnil) v 6 

Works (Sumichrast) v 5 pt 2 
Substitute 

In Works Brainard) v 4 

Works (Sumichrast) v 5 Pt 2 



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Suicides 

In Works [Dunne] v 15 

Works (Miromesnil) v 2 
Works (Sumichrast) v i 
Sunday outing. See Maupassant, G. de. 

Sundays of a bourgeois 
Sundays of a bourgeois. See Maupassant, 

G. de. Sundays of a Parisian 
Sundays of a Parisian [Dimanches d'un 
bourgeois; Sundays of a bourgeois; 
Sunday outing] 
In Works (Brainard) v 10 
Works [Dunne] v 15 
Works (Miromesnil) v 6 
Works (Sumichrast) v 7 pt 2 
Sur I'eau 

In Works [Dunne] v 13 
Works (Miromesnil) v 5 
Sympathy 
In Works (Brainard) v 2 
Works [Dunne] v 5 
Tailor's daughter. See Maupassant, G. de. 

One evening 
Tale of old times 

In Works [Dunne] v 13 
Tallow ball. Sec Maupassant, G. de. Ball 

of tallow 
Terror 

In Works (Sumichrast) v i pt 2 
AUouma 
Test [Unreasonable woman] 
In Works [Dunne] v 17 

Works (Miromesnil) v 4 
That costly ride 

In Works (Miromesnil) v 5 

Works (Sumichrast) v 3 pt 2 
That pig of a Morin 

In Works (Brainard) v 2 
Works [Dunne] v i 
Works (Miromesnil) v 5 
Works (Sumichrast) v 7 pt i 
Theodule Sabot's confession 
In Works (Miromesnil) v 6 
Works (Sumichrast) v 3 pt 2 
Thief 

In Works (Brainard) v 3 
Works [Dunne] v 3 
Works (Miromesnil) v 8 
Works (Sumichrast) v 4 pt 2 
Thrift 

In Works [Dunne] v 16 
Works (Sumichrast) v 6 
Timbuctoo [King's son] 
In Works [Dunne] v 15 
Works (Miromesnil) v 6 
Works (Sumichrast) v 5 pt 2 
Tobacco shop 

In Works [Dunne] v 16 
Toine 

In Works [Dunne] v 10 
Works (Miromesnil) v 4 
Works (Sumichrast) v 9 pt I 
Tomb [Grave] 

In Works (Brainard) v 10 
Works (Sumichrast) v 6 
Tombstones 

In Works (Miromesnil) v 6 
Traveler. See Maupassant, G. de. Fear 
Traveler's story. See Maupassant, G. de. 
Fear 



Traveler's tale 

In Works [Dunne] v 15 
Tress [Tress of hair] 

In Works (Miromesnil) v i 

Works (Sumichrast) v 3 pt 2 
Tress of hair. See Maupassant, G. de. 

Tress 
True story 

In Works (Sumichrast) v i pt 2 
Twenty- five francs of the Mother Su- 
perior 
In Works (Brainard) v 4 
Works [Dunne] v 2 
Works (Sumichrast) v 5 pt 2 
Two friends [Fishing excursion] 
In Works [Dunne] v 5 

Works (Miromesnil) v 2 
Works (Sumichrast) v 4 pt 2 
Two little soldiers [Little soldier] 
In Works [Dunne] v 3 

Works (Miromesnil) v 4 
Works (Sumichrast) v i 
Allouma 
Odd number 

Little French masterpieces v 6 
Ugly 

In Works (Bramard) v i 
Works [Dunne] v i 
Works (Sumichrast) v 9 pt 2 
Umbrella 

In Works (Brainard) v i 
Works [Dunne] v 5 
Works (Miromesnil) v 2 
Works (Sumichrast) v 2 pt 2 
Uncomfortable bed 

In Works (Brainard) v 8 
Works (Miromesnil) v 7 
Works (Sumichrast) v 2 pt 2 
Hawthorne J. Library mystery and 
detective stories, French 
Under the yoke 

In Works (Brainard) v 3 
Works [Dunne] v 4 
Works (Sumichrast) v 9 pt 2 
Unfortunate likeness 
In Works (Brainard) v 2 
Works [^ Dunne] v 3 
Works (Sumichrast) v i pt 2 
Unreasonable woman. See Maupassant, 

G. de. Test 
Upstart 

Works [Brainard) v 3 
Works [Dunne] v 4 
Works (Sumichrast) v 9 pt 2 
Useful house 
In Works [Dunne] v 2 

Works (Sumichrast) v 9 pt 2 
Useless beauty [Vain beauty] 
In Works (Brainard) v 2 
Works [Dunne] v i 
Works (Miromesnil) v 7 
Works (Sumichrast) v 2 pt i 
Little French masterpieces v 6 
Vagabond 

In Works (Brainard) v 2 
Works [Dunne] v i 
Works (Miromesnil) v i 
Works (Sumichrast) v 4 pt 2 
Vain beauty. See Maupassant, G. de. Use- 
less beauty 



230 



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Maupassant, Guy de —Coiiliinicd. 
Vendetta fSomilhintc] 
/;/ Works [Dunne] v 15 
Works (Miromesnil) v 4 
Works (Sumiclirast) v 9 pt I 
Venus of Braniza 

In Works (Brainard) v 4 
Works I Dunne 1 v 2 
Works (Sumiclirast) v 9 pt 2 
Viaticum 

1)1 Works (Brainard) v 3 
Works I Dunne] v 3 
W^orks (Sumiclirast) v 6 
Victim. Sec Maupassant, G. dc. Drunk- 
ard 
La vie errant 
In Works [Dunne] v 12 
Works (Miromesnil) v 5 
Violated 

In Works (Brainard) v 3 
Works [Dunne] v 3 
Works (Sumiclirast) v 9 pt 2 
Virtue 

In Works [Dunne] v 3 
Virtue in the ballet 

In Works (Brainard) v 3 
Works [Dunne] v 17 
Works (Sumiclirast) v 9 pt 2 
Visit to Father Didon. See Maupassant, 

G. de. Monastery of Corbara 
Waiter, a ''Bock'' 

In Works (Brainard) v 4 
Works [Dunne] v 2 
Works (Miromesnil) v 7 
Works (Suniichrast) v i pt 2 
Wake 

In Works (Suniichrast) v i 
Walter Schnafif's adventure [Prowess] 
In Works [Dunne] v 15 

W'orks (Suniichrast) v 7 pt i 
Idler 2: 252 
Wardrobe 

In Works (Suniichrast) v 9 pt 2 
Warning note 

In Works (Brainard) v 8 
Works [Dunne] v 5 
Works (Suniichrast) v 5 pt i 
Was it a dream? 

In Works (Brainard) v 3 
Works [Dunne] v 3 
Works (Miromesnil) v 7 
Works (Suniichrast) v 4 pt 2 
Watchdog. See Maupassant, G. de. Pierrot 
Way to wealth 

In Works [Dunne] v 17 
Wedding gift 

In Works (Miromesnil) v 7 
Wedding night 

/;/ Works [Dunne] v 16 
What was the matter with Andrew? See 

Maupassant, G. de. Poor Andrew 
White lady 

In Works ( I'.rainard) v 4 
Works I Dunne] v 4 
Works (Suniichrast) v 6 
White wolf. See Maupassant, G. de. Wolf 
Who can tell? See Maupassant, G. dc. 
Who knows? 



Who knows? [Who can tell?] 
Ill Works (Brainard) v 4 
Works [Dunne] v 2 
Works (Miromesnil) v 7 
Works (Sumichrast) v i pt 2 
Widow [Sentiment] 

In Works [Dunne] v 15 
Works (Miromesnil) v 5 
\^'ife and mistress 

In Works (Brainard) v 2 
Works [Dunne] v 4 
Works (Sumichrast) v 4 pt 2 
Wife's confession 

/;( Works (Brainard) v S 
Works [Dunne] v 17 
Works (Miromesnil) v 8 
Works (Suniichrast) v 2 pt 2 
Will 

In Works (Brainard) v 3 
Works [Dunne] v 3 
Works (Miromesnil) v 2 
Works (Sumichrast) v i 
Window [Bad error] 
In Works [Dunne] v 17 
Works (Sumichrast) v i 
Wolf 

In Works [Dunne] v 9 

Works (Miromesnil) v 7 
Works (Sumichrast) v 8 pt 2 
Odd number 
Woman's wiles 

In Works (Brainard) v 5 
Works [Dunne] v 16 
Works (Sumichrast) v i pt 2 
Woodcocks 

In Works (Sumichrast) v 5 pt 2 
Wooden shoes 

In Works (Brainard) v 2 
Works [Dunne] v i 
Works (Sumichrast) v 7 pt I 
W'ords of love 

/;; Works (Brainard) v 4 
Works [Dunne] v 4 
Works (Sumichrast) v 5 pt 2 
Wreck 

/;; Works [Dunne] v 15 
Works (ISliromesnil) v 6 
Works (Sumichrast) v 9 pt i 
Odd number 
Canad M 23: 17 
Wrong house 

In Works (Suniichrast) v 3 pt 2 
Yveline Samoris 

In Works (Sumichrast) v 9 pt 2 
Yvette 

In Works [Dunne] v 15 

Works (Sumichrast) v 8 pt 2 
Maurice Olivier. Bourget, P. 
Max Kecslcr's horse-car. Hale, E. E. 
Max — or his picture. Thanet, O. 
Maximilian diamond. Train, A. C. 
May be so. Stuart, R. M. 
May-day idyl of the olden time. Pylc, H. 
May evening. Sec Gogol, N. V. Evening 

in May 
May flowers. Alcott, L. M. 
May Iverson writes a play. Sec Jordan, 

E. G. 1 write a play 
May Ivcrson's career. Jordan. VI. G. 
Maymeys from e'uba. h'erber, ]•'.. 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



231 



Mayo, Isabella Fyvie (Mrs John R. Mayo) 
(Edward Garrett, pseud.) 1843- 
Chance child 

In Johnson, R. Little classics v n 
Mayor's dove cot: a cautionary tale. Quiller- 

Couch, A. T. 
Mayor's lamps. Bangs, J. K. 
Maypole of Merry Mount. Hawthorne, N. 
Mazed election (1768). Quiller-Couch, A. T. 
Mazeppa. Hibbard. G. A. 
Measure. Cutting, M. S. 

Measure of Margaret Coppered. Xorris. K. 
:Medal of honor. Smith, F. H. 
Medal ot honor story. Gray, D. 
Medallion's whim. Parker, G. 
Aleddler; a monologue. Viele, H. K. 
Meddlings of Eve. Hopkins, W. J. 
Mediaeval man. See Gautier, T. Elias 

Wildmanstadius 
^Mediaeval romance. Clemens, S. L. 
Medical document. Doyle, A. C. 
Meditations of Marcus Artelius. Pratt. L. 
INledley of moods. See Henry, O. Two 

women 
Medusa's head. Millet. F. D. 
Meess. Maartens, M. 
^Meeting. Galsworthy, J. 
Meeting. Maupassant, G. de 
Electing a ^Moscow acquaintance in the de- 
tachment. Tolstoi, L. N. 
A'leeting in the foothills. Garland, H. 
Meeting in the market-place. Brown, A. 
Meeting of the Psychical club. Bates, A. 
]\leh lady: a story of the war. Page, T. N. 
Mehitable Lamb. Freeman, M. E. W. 
Meisterschaft: in three acts. Clemens, S. L. 
Melancholist and the sharper (Arabic) 

In Hawthorne, J. Library mystery and 
detective stories. Oriental 
Melancholy hussar of the German legation. 

Hardy, T. 
Melancholy of Ulad. Sharp, W. 
:Melchizadeck, a Jew . . . escapes Sala- 

din. Boccaccio, G. 
Meleagri's Gallopavo. Ouida 

Melissa's tour. Allen, G. 

Mellonta Tanta. Poe, E. A. 

Melmoth absolved. See Balzac, H. de. ^lel- 
moth reconciled 

Melmoth converted. See Balzac, H. de. 
Melmoth reconciled 

Melmoth reconciled. Balzac, H. de 

Melons. Hartc, B. 

Memento. Henry. O. 

Memoir of Mary Twining. Trumbull, A. E. 

Memoirs of a lunatic. Tolstoi, L. N. . 

Memoirs of a mother. Tolstoi, L. N. 

Memoirs of a yellow dog. Henry. O. 

Memoirs of Mr. J. C. Yellowplush. Thack- 
eray, W. AI. 

Memorable murder. Thaxter, C. 

Memorable night. Green, A. K. 

Memorandum of sudden death. Xorris, F. 

Memories. Galsworthy, J. 

Memories. Matthews, J. B. 

Memory'. Bikelas, D. 

Memory cell. Bcsant, W. 

Memory clearing house. Zangwill, L 

Memory of Carlotta. Loomis, C. B. 

Memory of Martha. Dunbar, P. L. 



^Memory that worked overtime. Howells, 

W. D. 
Men and women and horses. Matthews, J. B. 
Men of Forty-mile. London, J. 
Men of little faith. Lefevre, E. 
Men who loved Elizabeth. Burnett, V. 11. 
Men who swapped languages. Loomis, C. B. 
Men with pasts. Gorky, M. 
Menagerie abroad. Kipling, R. 
Mendes, CatuUe, 1843- 
Foolish wish 

In Warner library 
Mirror 

In Patten, W. International short 
stories v 3 
Warner library 
Sleeping beauty 
In Warner library 
^Mendicant melody. Amicis, E. de 
Mending the clock. Barrie. J. M. 
Men's wives. Thackeray, W. M. 
Mercedes. Harland, H. 
IMercury of the foot-hills. Harte, B. 
Mercy of death. White, W. A. 
La Mere Bauche. Trollope, A. 
Mere Giraud's little daughter. Burnett, 

F. H. 
Mere incident. Merrick, L. 
[Mere interlude. Hardy, T. 
Mere Marchette. Bates, A. 
Mere Pochette. Jewett, S. O. 
La Mere Savage. See ^Maupassant, G. de. 

Mother Savage 
Meredith, George, 1828-1900 

Case of General Ople and Lady Camper 
In Works v 21 

Case of General Ople 
Short stories 
Tale of Chloe 
Farina 

In Works v 21 
Short stories 
House on the beach 
In Works v 21 
Short stories 
Idyl of first love (from The Ordeal of 
Richard Feverel) 
/;; Ordeal of Richard Feverel 
Idyl of first love 
Tale of Chloe 
In W^orks v 2T 
Short stories 
Tale of Chloe 
Merely Mary Ann. Zangwill, I. 
Merely players. Harland. H. 
Merimee, Prosper, 1803-1870 
Abbe .\ubain 

In Writings v i 
Arsene Guillot 

1)1 Writings v I 
Blue chamber 

/;/ Writings v 5 
Bohemians [from the Russian of Pushkin] 

/;/ \\'ritings v 5 
Carmen 

In Writings v i 
Carmen 

Little French masterpieces 
Conspirators 

In Writings v 3 



232 



IXDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Merimee, Prosper -Continued. 
Djoumane 

In Writings v 5 
Double mistake 

In Writings v 4 
Etruscan vase 

In Writings v 3 
Federigo 

In Writings v 3 
Game of backgammon 

In Writings v 3 
Hussar [from the Russian of Pushkin] 

In Writings v 5 
Lokis 

In Writings v 5 
Madame Lucrezia-. See Merimee, P. "Vic- 

colo" of Madame Lucrezia 
Marriage to the sea 

In Esenwcin, J. B. Short story master- 
pieces V I 
Mateo Falcone 
In Writings v 3 

Little French masterpieces v i 
Patten. W. International short 
stories v 3 
Pearl of Toledo 

In Writings v 3 
Pistol shot (from the Russian of Push- 
kin) 
In Writings v 5 
Queen of spades [from the Russian of 
Pushkin] 
In Writings v 5 
Souls in purgatory 
In Writings v 4 
Spanish witches 

In Writings v 5 
Storming of the redoubt. See Merimee, 

P. "Taking of the redoubt 
Taking of the redoubt. [Storming of the 
redoubt] 
In Writings v 3 

Little French masterpieces v P 
Tamango 

In Writings v 3 
Venus of Hie 
In Writings v 4 

Little French masterpieces v i 
Mabie, H. W., and Strachey, L. 
Little masterpieces of fiction v 8 
Stories by foreign authors, French 
V 2 
"Viccolo" of Madame Lucrezia 

In Writings v 5 

Vision of Charles XI 

In Writings v 3 

Mermaid of Lighthouse Point. II arte, B. 

Merrick, Leonard, 1864- 

Assault in the Rue dcs Ccndres 

In Man who understood women 
Back ot Bohemia 

In This stage of fools 
Bishop's comedy 

In Whispers about women 
Cur Lit 53: 357 
Body and soul of Miss Azulay 

In This stage of fools 
Call from the past 

In ("all from the past 
Whispers about women 



Child in the garden 

In Man who understood women 
Danger of being a twin 

In Man who understood women 
Dead violets 

In Call from the past 

Man who understood women 
Dress clothes of Monsieur Pomponnet 

In Call from the past 

Whispers about women 
Fairy poodle 

In Call from the past 

Man who understood women 
Fatal Florozondc 

In Whispers about women 
Favorite plot (with variations) 

In Call from the past 

Whispers about women 
"Flufifums" 

In This stage of fools 
Frankenstein il 

In Whispers about women 
Girl at Lake Lincoln 

In This stage of fools 
Girl with the Greek face 

In This stage of fools 
Hercules and Aphrodite 

In Man who understood women 
How Tricotrin saw London 

In Man who understood women 
In rerum natura 

In This stage of fools 
Infidelity of Monsieur Noulens 

In Call from the past 

Whispers about women 
Invitation to dinner 

In Man who understood women 
Lady of Lyons 

In Call from the past 

.Man who understood women 
Last effect 

1)1 Man who understood women 
Laurels and the lady 

In This stage of fools 
Letter to the duchess 

In Call from the past 

Whispers about women 
Life they said she ruined 

In This stage of fools 
Littlc-fiower-of-t he-wood 

In Call from the past 

Man who understood women 
Man who understood women 

In Man who understood women 
IMere incident 

In This stage of fools 
Miracle in Montmartre 

In Man who understood women 
Nemesis 

In This stage of fools 
"Pardon, you are Mademoiselle Girard!' 

In Call from the past 

Man who understood women 
Posthumous 

In This stage of fools 
Prince in the fairy tale 

In Call from the past 

Whispers about women 
Reverie 

/// This stage of fools 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



233 



Romance of a cofifee-stall 

In This stage of fools 
Social see-saw 

In This stage of fools 

Suicides in the Rue Sombre 

In Call from the past 

Man who understood women 
Tale that wouldn't do 

In Whispers about women 
Third M. 

In Call from the past 

Whispers about women 
Time, the humorist 

In Man who understood women 
To Miss Verschoyle 

In This stage of fools 

Tragedy of a comic song 

In Call from the past 

Whispers about women 
Tricotrin entertains 
In Call from the past 

Whispers about women 
Metrop M 27: 245 
Very good thing for the girl 
In Call from the past 

Whispers about women 
Weak imitation 

In This stage of fools 

Eng lUust 11: 932 

With intent to defraud 

In This stage of fools 

Woman who wished to die 

In Call from the past 

Whispers about women 
Am M 73 : 39 
Merripit. Phillpotts, E. 
Merry chanter. Stockton, F. R. 
Merry-go-round. Austin, M. H. 
Merry maid of Arcady. Harrison, C. C. 
Merry men. Stevenson, R. L. 
Merry, merry Zingara. Michelson, M. 
Merry Thanksgiving of the burglar and the 

plumber. Thanet, O. 
Merrylinks. Brown, A. 
Mesalliance. Maupassant, G. de 
Mesmeric revelation. Poe, E. A. 
Mess of pottage. Dunbar, P. L. 
Mess of pottage. Peattie, E. W. 
Message. Balzac, H. de 
Message from the sea. Dickens, C. 
Message in the sand. Fox, J., jr. 
Message of the lilies. Peattie. E. W. 
Messenger. Andrews, M. R. S. 
Messengers. Davis. Richard H. 
Messengers. Chambers. R. W. 
Messengers at the window. Van Dyke, H. 
Messer Cino and the live coal. Hewlett, 

M. H. 
Messrs. Jonnice, Peters, Gipple and Brily. 

Bierce, A. 
Methusaleh. Field. E. 
Metzengerstein. Poe, E. A. 
Mexican. London, J. 
Mexican campaign. Janvier, T. A. 
Mexican night. Janvier, T. A. 
Meyrink, Gustav Meyer, 1868- 
Man in the bottle 

In Hawthorne, J. Library mystery and 
detective stories, German 



Michel and Angele. Parker, G. 
Michel Lorio's cross. Stretton, H. 
Michelson, Miriam, 1870- 
Anccstry of Irene 
III Madigans 
Cent 68: 421 
Awakening of Zojas 

In Awakening of Zojas 
Cecilia the Pharisee 
In The Madigans 
Cent 68: 192 
Cradle 

In Awakening of Zojas 
Father of a full-back 
In Munsey 30: 443 
Greatness of Helena 

In Ladies' H J 23: Ag p ir 
Kate: a pretense 

In The Madigans 
Last straw 

In The Madigans 
]\Iag Haggerty's knight 

/;; Reader 5:79 
jMartyrdom of man 
In The Madigans 
Merry, merry Zingara 
In The Madigans 
Cent 68: 720 
Old bachelor of arts 

In Ladies' H J 22: Je p 14 
Old mother Gibson 
/;; The Madigans 
Pagan and a puritan 
In The Madigans 
Cent 68: 639 
Peach blossoms 

In Awakening of Zojas 
Prince Roseleaf and a girl from Kansas 

In ]\IcClure 22: 339 
Ready letter-writer 
In The Madigans 
Cent 68: 913 
Shut-ups 

In The Madigans 
Tares 

In Awakening of Zojas 
Michigan man. Peattie, E. W. 
Micobar bullion case. Morrison, A. 
Micromegas. Voltaire, F. M. de A. 
Mid-day magic. Heyse, P. J. L. 
Mid-summer. See Midsummer 
Middle hall. Stuart, R. M. 
Middle toe of the right foot. Bierce, A. 
Middle years. James, H. 
JMiddleman. Benson, E. F. 
Midnight fantasy. Aldrich, T. B. 
Midnight free-traders. Crockett, S. R. 
Midnight in Beauchamp row. Green, A. K. 
Midnight message. See Futrelle, J. Inter- 
rupted wireless 
Midnight visitor. Bangs, J. K. 
Midsummer and May. Spofford, H. P. 
Mid-summer evening. Gogol, N. V. 
Alidsummcr fires. Quiller-Couch, A. T. 
Midsummer knight's dream. Henry, O. 
Midsummer masquerade. Henry, O. 
Midsummer midnight. Matthews, J. B. 
Midsummer pirates. Davis, Richard H. 
Midsummer week's dream. Wharton, E. 
Midsummertide. Strindberg, J. A. 



234 



IXDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Migglcs. Hartc, B. 
Mighels, Philip Verrill, 1S69-1911 
Little pioneer 
In Howclls, W. D., and Alden, H. M. 
Under the sunset 
Mighty trifle. Cameron, M. 
Mikhael, Ephraim 
Evocator 

In Merrill, S. Pastels in prose 
Kingship 

/;; Merrill, S. Pastels in prose 
Miracles 

/;/ Merrill, S. Pastels in prose 
Solitude 

III Merrill, S. Pastels in prose 
Mikkel. Bovesen, H. H. 
Milady. Stuart, R. M. 
Mildred Lawson. Moore, G. 
Military honors. See Maupassant, G. de. 

Prisoners 
Mill. Van Dvke, H. 
Mill at Petit Cap. Catherwood, M. H. 
Mille, Pierre, 1865- 
Miracle of Zobeide 

In Hawthorne, J. Library mystery and 
detective stories, French 
Miller, AHce Duer (Mrs. Henry Wise Mil- 
ler), 1874- 
Caldcron's prisoner 

In Calderon's prisoner 
Candid friend 

In Scrib M 47: 614 
Clash of sentimentalists 

In Scrib M 33: 61 
Cyril Vane's wife 

In Calderon's prisoner 
Emulation 

In Scrib M ^3-72S 
Erring father 

In Collier's 52: O 18 p 17 
Fable for heiresses 
In Harper 08: 160 
Fable for youths 

In Harper 96: 315 
Lion's mouth 

In Scrib M 28:685 
Man of his word 

In Lippinc 71 : 147 
Penalty of greatness 
In Scrib ]\I 36: 290 
Respecters of law 

In Harper 127: 954 
Things 
In Things 

Scrib M 54: 779 
Unprepared 

In Scrib M 36: 290 
Without introduction 
In Harper 125: 458 
Miller of Dee. Galsworthy, J. 
Millerstown j'cllow journal. Singmaster, E. 
Millet, Francis Davis, 1846- 
P.ush 

fn Caiiillary crime 
Capillary crime 
fn Cajjillary crime 
1 iarper 70: 125 



Faded scapular 
In Capillary crime 

Howells, W. D., and Alden, H. M. 

Shapes that haunt the dusk 
Harper 84: 118 
Fourth waits 

In Capillary crime 
Atlan 38:578 
Medusa's head 

In Capillary crime 

Harper 80: 130 

Tcdesco's Rubina 

/;; Capillary crime 

Scrib M i : 499 

Yatil 

In Capillary crime 

Stories by American authors v 5 
Cent 3:74s 
Millicent and Rosalind. Hawthorne, J. 
Million. Maupassant, G. de 
£1,000,000 bank note. Clemens, S. L. 
]\Iillion silver dollars. Loomis, C. B. 
Millionaire from Rough-and-Readv. Harte, 

B. 
^Millionaire's opportunity. Barr, R. 
Mills, C. M., pseud. See Gaskell, E. G. 
INIills of savage gods. Lewis, A. H. 
Milly Dove. O'Brien. F. 
Milton's conversion. Watson, J. 
Milwaukee run. Warman, C. 
Mimi. Bennett, E. A. 
Mimic. Edgeworth, M. 
Mimi's marriage. King, G. E. 
La Mina de los padres. Janvier, T. A. 
Mind cure. Brown, A. 
Mind reader. Davis, Richard, H. 
^lind-reader. ^litchell, S. W. 
Mine enemJ^ Huneker, J. G. 
Minervy's valentines. Stuart, R. M. 
Mingo: a sketch of life in middle Georgia. 

Harris. J. C. 
Minions of Midas. London, J. 
Minions of the moon. Robinson, F. W. 
Minister. Donnell, A. H. 
Minister emeritus. Crockett, S. R. 
Minister of Dour. Crockett, S. R. 
Minister of grace. Brown, A. 
]\Iinister of St. Bcdc's. Watson, J. 
Minister's black veil. Plalc, E. E. 
Minister's black veil. Hawthorne, N. 
Minister's day. Crockett, S. R. 
Minister's dog. ]\Iaartens, M. 
Minister's fire works. Brown, A. 
Minister's first at home. Bangs, J. K. 
Minister's gown. Barrie, J. I\I. 
Minister's henhouse. Loomis, C. B. 
Minister's housekeeper. Stowc, H. B. 
Minister's loon. Crockett. S. R. 
Minister's vacation, brencli. .\. W. 
Minka. Heyse. P. T. 1-. 
Minor canon 

/); I law tlionie. j. Library mystery and 
iklective stories. English-Scotch 
Minor chord. Stuart. R. M. 
Minor poet's story. Jerome, J. K. 
Minority committee. i)unl)ar, 1'. L. 
Minotaur. Hawthorne, N. 
Minstrel. Duncan. \. 
Minuet. I'.unner. 11. C 
Minuet. .M .lupassant, G. de 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



235 



Miracle. Bacon, J. D. 

Miracle. Brown, A. 

Miracle. Herrick, R. 

Miracle. Maupassant, G. de. 

Miracle at Pale Peter's. Duncan, N. 

Miracle chapel. King, G. E. 

Miracle in Flanders. Sec Balzac, H. de. 
Christ in Flanders 

Miracle in Montmartre. Merrick, L. 

Miracle of bells. Pemberton, M. 

Miracle of Las Palnias. Davis, Richard H. 

Miracle of love. Le Gallicnne, R. 

Miracle of Purun Bhagat. Kipling, R. 

Miracle of the magpie. France, A. 

Miracle of the White Wolf. Quiller-Couch, 
A. T. 

Miracle of Zobeide. Mille, P. 

Miracle play. Thanet, O. 

Miracles. !\Iikhael. E. 

Miraculous pitcher. Haw^thornc, N. 

Miranda Harlow's mortgage. Fuller, H. B. 

Mircath. Sharp, W. 

Mirror. Daudet, A. 

Mirror. Mendes, C. 

Mirror maiden. Hearn, L. 

]\Iirror of the faithful heart. Castle, A. 
and Castle, E. 

Mirry. Loomis, C. B. 

Mis' Elderkin's pitcher. Stowe, H. B. 

Mis' Simon's protector. Pratt, L. 

Mis' Wadleigh's guest. Brown, A. 

Misadventures of John Nicholson; a Christ- 
mas story. Stevenson, R. L. 

Miser Morgan. Norris, W. E. 

Misery landing. Woolson, C. F. 

Misery loves company. Kelly, M. 

Misery loves company. Morris, G. 

Misfit Christmas. Stuart, R. M. 

M.isfortunes of Bro' Thomas Whcatley. 
Fairfax, L. R. 

Misplaced attachment. Dickens, C. 

Miss Atherton's mission. Herrick, R. 

Miss Audrey Liston. authoress. Hawkins, 
A. H. 

Miss Ayr of Virginia. Magruder, J. 

Miss Bartram's trouble. Taylor, B. 

Miss Becky's pilgrimage. Jewett, S. O. 

Miss Beulah's bonnet. Cooke. R. T. 

Miss Biddle of Bryn Mawr. Bacon, J. D. 

Miss Buffum's new boarder. Smith, F. H. 

Miss Cadogan. Hawthorne, J. 

Miss Calderon's german. Bishop, W. H. 

Miss Calhoun's supreme day. Jordan, E. G. 

Miss Chesilia McCarthy. Hopkins, M. S. B. 

Miss Churchill's twins. Jordan, E. G. 

Miss Civilization. Davis, Richard H. 

Miss Clegg's adopted. French, A. W. 

Miss Clementine's Christmas present. Spof- 
ford, H. P. 

Miss Cow falls a victim to Mr. Rabbit. 
Harris, J. C. 

Miss Crespigny. Burnett, F. H. 

Miss Dangerlie's roses. Page, T. N. 

Miss Debbv's neighbors. Jewett, S. O. 

Miss Delaiiiar's understudy. Davis, Rich- 
ard H. 

Miss Doulton's orchids. Cameron, M. 

Miss Dream. Cutting, M. S. 
Miss Eden's baby. Bland, E. N. 

Miss Eliot's soulful day. Jordan, E. G. 

Miss Elizabetha. Woolson, C. F. 



Miss Ellen. Stetson, G. E. C. 

Miss Esther's guest. Jewett, S. O. 

Miss Etherington. Overton, G. 

Miss Eunice's glove. Webster, A., jr. 

Miss Evans and the eagle. Dickens, C. 

Miss Eyre from Boston. Moulton, L. C. 

Miss ^utterly on politics and the drama. 
Loomis, C. B. 

Miss Flutterly on what is doing. Loomis, 
C. B. 

Miss Forsythe meets a stranger. Jordan, 
E. G. 

Miss Gaylord and Jenny. Bates, A. 

Miss Gladwin's chance. Hawkins, A. H. 

Miss Goodwin's inheritance. Page, T. N. 

Miss Grief. Woolson, C. F. 

Miss Gunton of Poughkecpsie. James, H. 

Miss Harriet. Maupassant, G. de 

Miss Irene. Harris, J. C. 

Miss Jane. Bates, A. 

Miss Jemima's valentine. Stuart, R. M. 

Miss Jennings' companion. Smith. F. H. 

Miss Jones and the masterpiece. Sedg- 
wick, A. D. 

Miss Latymer. Hibbard, G. A. 

Miss Lily and Miss Chrysanthemum. Wat- 
anna, O. 

Miss Lowe. See Thackeray, W. M. Fitz- 
Boodle's confessions 

Miss McMillan. Barr, R. 

Miss Mahala and Johnny. Spofford, H. P. 

Miss Maria. Deland, M. 

:\liss Mehetabel's son. Aldrich, T. B. 

Miss Melissa's miracle. Spofford, H. P. 

Miss Mildred's friend. Ward, E. S. P. 

Miss Mix. Harte, B. 

Miss Mix, kidnapper. Norris, K. 

Miss Morgan's victory. White, W. A. 

Miss Murdock — "special." Smith, F. H. 

Miss or Mrs? Collins, W. 

Miss Peck's promotion. Jewett, S. O. 

Miss Peckitt's pincushion. Bland, E. N. 

Miss Peekskill's spirometer. Hawthorne, J. 

Miss Peggy's proteges. Plarte, B. 

Miss Phillv Firkin, the China-woman. Mit- 
ford, M." R. 

Miss Pi. See Ralph, J. Story of Miss Pi 

Miss Rodney's leisure. Gissing, G. R. 

Miss Ruth. Kirk. E. O. 

Miss Sally and the enemy. Morris, G. 

Miss Sally and the tree-man. Harris, J. C. 

Miss Sarah Jack of Spanish Town, Jamaica. 
Trollope, A. 

^liss Shum's husband. Thackeray, W. M. 

Aliss Sydney's flowers. Jewett, S. O. 

Miss Tempy's watchers. Jewett, S. O. 

Miss Tooker's wedding gift. Bangs, J. K. 

Miss Underbill's lesson. Jordan, E. G. 

Miss Van Cortlandt's burglar. Jordan, E. G. 

Miss Van Dyke's best story. Jordan, E. G. 

Miss Vernon's choice. Burnett, F. H. 

Miss Virginia's Christmas. Spofford, H. P. 

Miss Winchelsea's heart. Wells, H. G. 

Miss Youghal's sais. Kipling, R. 

Missing! Gaboriau, E. 

Missing chord. Henry, O. 

Missing interpreter. Ward, H. D. 

Missing necklace. Futrelle, J. 

Mission of Jane. Wharton, E. 

Mis'^ion of Mr. Eustace Greyne. Hichens, 
R. S. 



236 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Missionary sheriff. Thanet, O. 

Missy. Brown, A. 

Mist over the valley. Moulton, L. C. 

Mistake. Donnell, A. H. 

Mistake. See Maupassant, G. de. Father 
Boniface's crime 

Mistaken charity. Freeman, M. E. W. 

Mistaken milliner. Dickens, C. 

Mr. Adamson of Laversdope. Hogg, J. 

Mr. and Mrs. Blossom. Field, E. 

Mr. and Mrs. Follett; or, More than I bar- 
gained for. Willis, N. P. 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Berry. Thackeray, 
W. M. 

Mr. Baptiste. Dunbar, A. 

Mr. Bear catches old Mr. Bull-Frog. Har- 
ris, J. C. 

Mr. Benjamin Ram and his wonderful fid- 
dle. Harris, J. C. 

Mr. Benjamin Ram defends himself. Har- 
ris, J. C. 

"Sir. Bilson's housekeeper. Harte, B. 

■Mr. Bixby's Christmas visitor. Gage, C. S. 

Mr. Blake's walking-stick. Eggleston, E. 

Mr. Blodger's apology. Payn, J. 

Mr. Bob. Osbourne, L. 

Mr. Bostock's backsliding. Morrison, A. 

Mr. Boswell imparts some late news to 
Hades. Bangs, J. K. 

Mr. Bradley's jewel. Bangs, J. K. 

Mr. Brand, the grocer. Cutting, M. S. 

Mr. Brinkley to the rescue. Jordan. E. G. 

Mr. Brisher's treasure. Wells, H. G. 

Mister Brother Jones. ISIaartens, M. 

Mr. Brough's client. Norris, W. E. 

Mr. Bruce. Jewett, S. O. 

Mr. Carteret and his fellow Americans 
abroad. Gray, D. 

Mr. Carteret's adventure with a locket. 
Gray, D. 

Mr. Clendenning Piper. Harrison, C. C. 

Mr. Copernicus and the proletariat. Bun- 
ner, H. C. 

Mr. Cornelius Johnson, office-seeker. Dun- 
bar. P. L. 

Mr. Deuceace at Paris. Thackeray, W. M. 

Mr. Dooley on corporal punishment. Dunne 

F. P. 

Mr. Dunton's invention. Hawthorne, J. 

Mr. Fox and Miss Goose. Harris, J. C. 

Mr. Fox and the deceitful frogs. Harris, 
J. C. 

Mr. Fox ligures as an inccndiarv. Harris, 
J. C. 

Mr. Fox gets into serious business. Har- 
ris, J. C. 

Mr. Fox goes a-hunting. Harris, J. C. 

Mr. Fox is again victimized. Harris, J. C. 

Mr. Fox is "outdone" by Mr. Buzzard. 
Harris. J. C. 

Mr. Gilfil's love-story. Eliot, G. 

Mr. Groby's slippery gift. Dunbar. P. L. 

Mr. Hamshaw's love affair. McCutcheon. 

G. B. 

Mr. Harrison's confessions. Gaskell. E. C. 

Mr. Hawk and Brother Buzzard. Harris, 
J. C. 

Mr. Hawk and P.rother Rabbit. Hams, 
J. C. 

Mr. Higginbotham's catastrophe, Haw- 
thorne, N. 



Mr. Holiday. Morris, G. 

Mr. Jack Hamlin's mediation. Harte. B. 

Mr. Jilkin's hat. See French, A. W. Wolf 

at Susan's door 
Mr. Joseph Hanson, the haberdasher. Mit- 

ford, xM. R. 
Mr. Kris Kringle. Mitchell, S. W. 
Mr. Lcdbetter's vacation. Wells, H. G. 
Mr. Lion hunts Mr. Man. Harris, J. C. 
Mr. Lion's sad predicament. Harris, J. C. 
Mr. Lismore and the widow. Collins, W. 
Mr. MacGlowrie's widow. Harte, B. 
Mr. Man has some meat. Harris, J. C. 
Mr. Masthead, journalist. Bierce, A. 
Mr. Midshipman Breezv. By Captain 

M-rry-t, R. N. Harte, B. 
Mr. Minns and his cousin. Dickens, C. 
Mr. Mitchelbourne's last escapade. Mason, 

A. E. W. 
Mr. O'Learv's second love. Lever, C. 
Mr. Ormizon's dinner party. Harland. H. 
Mr. Rabbit and Mr. Bear. Harris, J. C. 
Mr. Rabbit as a rain-maker. Harris, J. C. 
Mr. Rabbit finds his match at last. Harris, 

J. C. 
Mr. Rabbit grossly deceives Mr. Fox. 

Harris, J. C. 
Mr. Rabbit meets his match again. Harris, 

J. C. 
Mr. Rabbit nibbles up the butter. Harris, 

J. C. 
Mr. Sandford. Oliphant, M. W. 
Mr. Schnackenberger: or. Two masters of 

one dog. De Quincey, T. 
Mr. Skelmersdale in Fairyland. Wells, 

H. G. 
Mr. Smallpage's John. Silberrad, U. L. 
Mr. Sonnenschein's inheritance. Har- 
land, H. 
Mr. Swiddlcr's Flip-Flap. Bierce. A. 
Mr. Terrapin appears upon the scene. 

Harris, J. C. 
Mr. Terrapin shows his strength. Harris, 

J. C. 
Mr. Thimblefinger's friends. Harris. J. C. 
Mr. Thistleton's typewriter 

In Hawthorne, J. Library mystery 
and detective stories, English- 
Irish. 
Mr. Thompson's prodigal. Harte. B. 
Mr. Tibbot O'Leary the curious. Griffin. G. 
Mr. Tolm;in. Stockton. F. R. 
Mr. Tommy Dove. Dcland, M. 
Mr. Traver's first hunt. Davis. Richard H. 
Mr. Van Nore's daughter-in-law. Spofford, 

H. P. 
Mr. Vincent Egg and the wage of sin. 

Bunner, H. C. 
Mr. Wick's aunt. Bunner, H. C. 
Mr. Willie's wedding veil. Earle, M. T. 
Mr. Witt's widow. Hawkins, A. H. 
Mr. Wolf makes a failure. Harris. J. C. 
Mr. Wolf tackles old man Tarrypin. Har- 
ris, J. C. 
Mr. Ycllowplush Ajew. Tliackeray, W. M. 
Misther McCran of Belfast. MacManus. S. 
Mistletoe bougli. Pratt. L. 
Mrs. Atwood's outer raiment. Cutting, 

M. S. 
Mrs. Rassett and the wedding. Spoflford, 

H. P. 



INDEX TO SIIORL- STORM- 



237 



Mrs. Bathhurst. Kipling, R. 

Mrs. Bidwell's tea. Loomis, C. B. 

Mrs. Bullfrog. Hawthorne, N. 

Mrs. Bunker's chaperon. Jacobs, W. W. 

Mrs. Burr's baby. Pratt, L. 

Mrs. Carney's sealskin. MacManus, S. 

Mrs. Claxton's skeleton. Spofford, H. P. 

Mrs. De Laix's indecision. Hale, E. E. 

Mrs. Dixon's culture course. Jordan, E. G. 

Mrs. Dud's sister. Bacon, J. D. 

Mrs. Finlay's Elizabethan chair. Thanet, O. 

Mrs. Frufflcs is at home. Bates, A. 

Mrs. General Talboys. Trollope, A. 

Mrs. Grabern and Fuz-Buz. Mitchell, S. W. 

Mrs. H. Harrison Wells's shoes. Williams, 
J. L. 

Mrs. Halloran. Sec Duncan, N. In the 
absence of Mrs. Halloran 

Mrs. Harrigan telephones. Loomis, C. B. 

Mrs. Hartwell's perfect treasure. Jordan, 
E. G. 

Mrs. Hauksbee sits out. Kipling, R. 

Mrs. Johnson. Howells, W. D. 

Mrs. Joseph Porter. Dickens, C. 

Mrs. Knollys. Stimson, F. J. 

Mrs. Lathrop's love affair. French, A. W. 

Mrs. Lirriper's legacy. Dickens, C. 

Mrs. Lirriper's lodgings. Dickens, C. 

Mrs. McCaffcrty explains. Jordan, E. G. 

Mrs. McCafferty's mistake. MacManus, S. 

Mrs. McClanahan, the Chinese laundry and 
Beller. Vorse, M. H. 

Mrs. M'Groarty's inheritance. MacManus, S. 

Mrs. McWilliams and the lightning. Clem- 
ens, S. L. 

Mrs. Manstey's view. Wharton, E. 

Mrs. Marden's pilgrimage. Jordan, E. G. 

Mrs. Marsham. Maartens, M. 

Mrs. Medwin. James, H. 

Mistress Merciless. Field, E. 

Mrs. Naseby's denial. Benson, E. F. 

Mistress of many moods. Theuriet, A. 

Mistress of Sydenham plantation. Jewett, 

s. o. 

Mrs. Ogilvie's local color. Jordan, E. G. 
Mrs. Ormizon's dinner partv. Harland, H. 
Mrs. Partridge has a fit. Harris, J. C. 
Mrs. Perkins's ball. Thackeray, W. M. 
Mrs. Pettibone's dinner-horn. Loomis, 

C. B. 
Mrs. Protheroe. Tarkington, B. 
Mrs. Ripley's trip. Garland, H. 
Mrs. Rupert's Christmas. Ralph, J. 
Mrs. Russell. Maartens, M. 
Mrs. Skagg's husbands. Harte, B. 
Mrs. Smith's husband. Loomis, C. B. 
Mrs. Strongitharm's report. Taylor, B. 
Mrs. Temperley. James, H. 
Mrs. Thistleton's princess. Hawkins, A. H. 
Mrs. Tompkins, the cheese-monger. Mit- 

ford, M. R. 
Mrs. Tom's spree. Bunner, H. C. 
Mrs. Tremain. Barr, R. 
Mrs. Tremley. Cutting, M. S. 
Mrs. Upton's device. Bangs, J. K. 
Mrs. Van Nostrand's night of triumph. 

Jordan, E. G. 
Mrs. Van Nostrand's perfect treasure. 

Jordan, E. G. 
Mrs. Varney's freedom. Spofford, H. P. 
Mrs. Warburton's theories. Jordan, E. G. 



Mrs. Weimar's gift of tongues. Singmas- 

ter, E. 
Mitchell, Donald Grant (Ik Marvel, pseud.), 

I 822- I 908 
Account of a consulate; second story 

In Seven stories 
At an Irish inn; ist story 

III Seven stories 
Basement 

In Seven stories 
Bride of the ice-king; fourth story 

In Seven stories 
Cabriolet; fifth story 

In Seven stories 
Count Pesaro; sixth story 

In Seven stories 
Emile Roque; seventh story 

In Seven stories 
Over a wood fire 

In Patten, W. International short sto- 
ries, v I 
Petit Soulier; third story 

/;/ Seven stories 
Under the roof; attic 

In Seven stories 
Mitchell, E. P. 

Ablest man in the world 

In Stories by American authors v 10 
Tachypomp 

In Stories by American authors v 5 
Mitchell, Silas Weir, 1830-1914 
Case of George Dedlow 

In Atlan 18: i 
Christmas venture; a romance of Valley 
Forge 

In Ladies' H. J. 25: D p 11; Ja p 21 
Comedy of conscience 

In Comedy of conscience 
Cent 61: 323 
Consultation 

In Little stories 
Conversion 

In Little stories 
Curly Fish 

In Prince Little Boy 
Dilemma 

In Little stories 
Diplomatic adventure 

In Diplomatic adventure 
Cent 71:612 
Draft on the bank of Spain 

In Hephzibah Guinness 
Lippinc 9; 668 
Fourteenth guest 

In Guillotine club 
Cent 78: 559 
Ghost of glory 

In Little stories 
Guillotine club [Society of the guillotine] 

In Guillotine club 
Cent 78:323 
Haroun the caliph 

In Little stories 
Hephzibah Guinness 

In Hephzibah Guinness 
Lippinc 21: 425 
House beyond Pretty marsh 

In Guillotine club 
Jewels of consistency 

In Little stories 



238 



l.VDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Mitchell, Silas Weh— Continued. 
King Bear 

III I'rincc Little 15oy 
Madeira party 

In Madeira party 
Man and a woman 
In Little stories 
Mind-reader 
In Guillotine club 
Cent 74:655 
Mr. Kris Kringle 

In Mr. Kris Kringle 
Mrs. Grahern and Fuz-Buz 

In Prince Little Boy 
New Samaria 

/)( Lippinc 70: 131 
Old wine in a new bottle 

In Trince Little Boy 
Philip Vernon, a talc in prose and verse 

In Philip Vernon 
Prince Lazy Boots 

In Prince Little Boy 
Prince Little Boy 

In Prince Little Boy 
Real magic 

In Prince Little Boy 
Sins of the fathers 
In Little stories 
Society of the guillotine. See Mitchell, 

S. W. Guillotine club 
Step-son of knowledge 

In Little stories 
Summer of St. Martin 

In Cent 67: 144 
Tale of the great giant, Smokey Pokey 

In Prince Little Boy 
Thee and you 

In Hephzibah Guinness 
Lippinc 17:679; 18:81 
"Thou art the soul of thy house" 

In Little stories 
Two men 

In Little stories 
Venture in 1777 

In Venture in 1777 
Waters of oblivion 

In Little stories 
Wise man's sack 

In Little stories 
Wogs 

In Prince Little Boy 
Wolf that wanted a doctor 
In Prince Little Boy 
Mitford, Algernon Bertram Freeman pseud. 
(Redesdale, Algernon B. F. M.) 1837- 
Accomplished and lucky tea-kettle 

In Tappan, E. M. Children's Hour 
1:324 
Adventures of little Peachling 

In Tappan, E. M. Children's hour 
1:321 
Forty-seven Rofiins 

In Johnson, R. Little classics v 11 
Fortn 13: 668 
Liv Age 106: 349 
Grateful foxes CJapanesc) 

In Tappan, E. M. Childcn's hour 1:326 
Mitford, Mary Russell, 1 787-1855 
Absent member 
In Bclford Regis 



Atherton 

In Atherton 
Aunt I^eborah 

In Country neighbors 
Baron's daughter 

In Atherton 
Beacon 

In Atherton 
Beauty of the village 

In Country neighbors 
Belford races 

In Belford Regis 
Bride 

In Atherton 
Buccaneers 

In Atherton 
Carpenter's daughter 

In Belford Regis 
Cartel 

In Atherton 
Country lodgings 

In Country neighbors 
Cousin Mary 

In Our village ser r 
Dissenting minister 
In Belford Regis 
Dolly and her beaux 

In Atherton 
Ellen 

In Our village ser i 
Flirtation extraordinary 

In Belford Regis 
Fruiterer 

In Belford Regis 
Gleaner 

In Atherton 
Ground asji 

/;/ Country neighbors 
Hester 

In Belford Regis 
Honor O'Callaghan 

/;; Country neighbors 
Irish haymaker 

In Bclford Regis 
Jessie Cliffe 

III Country neighbors 
King Harwood 

In Belford Regis 
King's page 

In Atherton 
King's ward 

In Atherton 
Little David: a coursing story 

In Atherton 
London visitor 

/// Country neighbors 
Lost dahlia 

III Country neighbors 
Lost magpie 

In Atherton 
Lost pearl 

In Atherton 
Marion Campbell 

In Atherton 
Mark Bridgman 

In Belford Regis 
Match-making 

In Belford Regis 
Miss Philly iM'rkin. the china-woman 

III Country neighbors 
Mr. Joseph Hanson, the haberdasher 
In Country neighbors 



IXDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



239 



Mrs. Tompkins, the cheese-monger 

In Belford Regis 
Oaken cross 

In Atherton 
Old emigre 

In Belford Regis 
Peter Jenkins, the poulterer 

In Belford Regis 
Ploughing-match 

In Atherton 
Return from the fair 

In Atherton 
Rosamund: a story of the plague 

In Belford Regis 
Roundhead's daughter 

In Atherton 
Sailor's wedding 

In Belford Regis 
Signal 

In Atherton 
Silver arrow 

In Belford Regis 
Sir Allan and his dog 

In Atherton 
Story of the woods 

In Atherton 
Surgeon's courtship 
In Belford Regis 
Tajima 

In Stories by English authors, Orient 
Tambourine 

In Belford Regis 
Town versus country 

In Country neighbors 
Two cousins 

In Atherton 
Village amanuensis 

In Atherton 
Wager 

In Atherton 

Wedding slippers 

In Atherton 

Tait n s 5:366 
Widow's dog 

III Countrv neighbors 
Will 

In Belford Regis 
William and Hannah 

In Belford Regis 
Wood cutter 

In Atherton 
Young market-woman 

In Belford Regis 
Young painter 

In Belford Regis 
Young sculptor 
In Belford Regis 
Mixed proposal. Jacobs, W. W. 
Mixed relations. Jacobs, W. W. 
M'liss: an idyl of Red Mountain. Harte, B. 
Mobilization of the troops. Janvier, T. A. 
Moccasin ranch. Garland, H. 
Mock sun. Huneker, J. G. 
Mocking-bird. Bierce, A. 
Mocking of the gods. Troubetzkoy, A. C. 
Model. Maupassant, G. de 
Model millionaire. Wilde, O. 
Model murder. Hawthorne, J. 
Model of sorrows. Zangwill, I. 



Modern Cinderella; or, The little old shoe. 

Alcott, L. M. 
Modern Cleopatra. Davis, C. B. 
Modern dragon. Freeman, M. E. W. 
Modern ghosts. See Maupassant, G. de. 

Horla 
Modern Griselda. Edgeworth, M. 
Modern love story, \orse, M. H. 
Modern magician. Pyle, H. 
Modern Mcphistopheles. Alcott, L. M. 
Modern IMercury. Harriman, K. E. 
Modern Psyche. Hale, E. E. 
Modern rural sports. Henry, O. 
Modern Sapphira. Stetson, G. E. C. 
-Modern Sindbad. Hale, E. E. 
Modern warning. James, H. 
Modest scholar. Watson, J. 
Moe, Jorgen E., 1813-1882 

Maste thief. Sec z'Xsbjornsen, P. C, and 

Moe, J. E. 

Mohammed Fripouille. Maupassant, G. de 

Mohammed Maroudi's motor. Train, A. C. 

Mohammed the rascal. See Maupassant, 

G. de. Mohammed Fripouille 
Moiron. Maupassant, G. de 

Mohicans of Paris. Dumas, A. 

Molyneux. See Hawthorne, N. My kins- 
man, Major Molyneux 

Mom Bi. Harris, J. C. 

Moment of clear vision. Thanet, O. 

Moment of victory. Henry, O. 

Momentary indiscretion. Grand, S. 

Monastery of Corbara — a visit to Father 
Didon. Maupassant, G. de 

Money. Galsworthy, J. 

Money box. Jacobs, W. W. 

Money changers. Jacobs, W. W. 

Money maze. Henry, O. 

Money meter. Viele, H. K. 

Monica. Bourget, P. 

Monis, Virginia O. 
Black-winged angel 

In Brooks, W. Stories from four lan- 
guages 

"Monitor" and the "Merrimac." Morris, G. 

Monk and the dancer. Smith, A. C. 

Monk of the Aventine. Eckstein, E. 

Monk Tellenbach's exile. Boyesen, H. H. 

Monkey. Freeman. M. E. W. 

Monkey-flowers. Quiller-Couch, A. T. 

Monkey's pay. Jacobs. W. W. 

Monsieur Alcibiade. Harrison. C. C. 

Monsieur Beaucaire. Tarkington, B. 

M. Copernicus and the proletariat. Buniier, 
H. C. 

Monsieur de la petite dame. Burnett, F. H. 

Monsieur Donaque. Train, A. C. 

Monsieur du Miroir. Hawthorne, N. 

M. Gobseck. See Balzac, H. de. Gobseck 

Monsieur Jocaste. Maupassant, G. de 

Monsieur le Docteur Theophile. Janvier, 
T. A. 

M. Legrimaudet. Bourget, P. 

Monsieur Motte. King, G. E. 

Monsieur Parent. Maupassant. G. de 

M. Pigoneau. France, A. 

Monsieur Rousseau. Bangs. J. K. 

M. Seguin's goat. Daudct, A. 

Monsieur Viple's brother. Bourget, P. 

Monsieur X. Train, A. C. 



240 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Monster. Crane, S. 

Monstrosity. Viele, H. K. 

Monte Carlo, a pound of cure. See Bishop, 

W. H. Pound of cure 
Monte Flat pastoral. See Hartc, B. How 

old man Plunkett went home 
Monterey. See Janvier, T. A. Pancha: a 

story of Monterey 
]\Ioon-face. London, J. 
Moon in the mill-pond. Harris, J. C. 
Moon-lady. See Eield, E. Hawaiian folk- 
tales 
Moon-mirror light and power co. Jan- 
vier, T. A. 
Moonlight. Maupassant, G. de 
^Moonlight effect. Locke, W. J. 
Moonlight fable. Wells, H. G. 
Moonlit road. Bierce, A. 
Moonshiners at Hobo-Hebee Falls. Crad- 

dock, C. E. 
Moor of Peter the Great. Pushkin. A. S. 
Moore, George, 1853- 
Ae-nes Lahens 
In Celibates 
"Almsgiving" 

In Untilled field 
Clerk's quest 

In Untilled field 
Exile 
In Untilled field 
Harp W 46: 1321 
Home-sickness 
In Untilled field 
Harp W 46: nil 
In the clay 

In Untilled field 
John Norton 

In Celibates 
Julia Cahill's curse 
In Untilled field 
Letter to Rome 

In Untilled field 
Alildred Lawson 

In Celibates 
Playhouse in the waste 

In Untilled field 
So on he fares 

In Untilled field 
Some parishioners 
In Untilled field 
Under the fan 

In Tinsley 30: 135 
Way back 

/;/ Untilled field 
Wedding gown 

In Untilled field 
Wild goose 
In Untilled field 
Moorland cottage. Gaskell, E. C. 
Moors and Christians. Alargon, P. A. de 
Mora Montravers. James, H. 
Morag of the glen. Sliarp, W, 
Moral exigency, h'rceman, M. E. W. 
Moral reformers. Kipling, R. 
Mordcr drift. Gibbon. P. 
More, Hannah, 1745-183^ 
-Ml for the best 

In Village and otbcr tales 
General jail delivery 
JH Village and other tales 



Giles, the poacher 

In Village and other tales 
History of Mr. Fantom 

/;; Village and other tales 
Parley, the porter 
In Village and other tales 

Tappan, E. M. Children's hour 6: 114 
Pilgrims 

In Village and other tales 

Servant man turned soldier 

In Village and other tales 

Shepherd of Salisbury Plain 

In Village and other tales 

Strait gate and the broad way 

In Village and other tales 
Tom White, the post boy 

In Village and other tales 
Two shoemakers 

In Village and other tales 
Tw^o wealthy farmers 

In Village and other tales 
Valley of tears 
In Village and other tales 
More than I bargained for. See Willis, 

N. P. Mr. and Mrs. Follett 
IMore trouble for Brother Wolf. Harris, 

J. C. 
Morella. Poe, E. A. 
Moriah's mourning. Stuart, R. M. 
Moribund. Maupassant, G. de 
Morier, James Justinian, 1 780-1849 
Hajji as a 'quack 
In Warner library 
La Morillone. Maupassant, G. de 
Mormon. Deland, M. 
Morning call. Hibbard, G. A. 
Morning-glories and Queen Aster. Alcott, 

L. M. 
IMorning-glory. Freeman, M. E. W. 
Morrant's half-sov. Phillpotts, E. 
Morris, Gouverneur, 1876- 
All that troubled them 
In Cosmopol 53: 172 
All the evidence 

In Cosmopol 55: 850 
Ancestors 

In Cosmopol 5=;; 10 
Asabri 
In It 
Back seat 

In Incandescent lily 
Back there in the grass 
In It 

Collier's 48: D 16 p 17 
Battle of Aiken 
In It 

Collier's 47: Ja 3 p 20 
Best man 

In Footprint 
Bobby's return 

In Reader 5:539, 719 
Boot 

In Spread eagle 
Bostonian 

In Incandescent lily 
Bride's dead 

In It 
By stages 

In Cent 72: 209 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



241 



Captain England 
In Footprint 
Cent 63:597 • 
Carolina night's dream 

In Footprint 
Championship 

In Incandescent lily 
Everybody's 29: 18 
Cicatrice 

In Cent 69:393 
Claws of the tiger 
In It 

Cosmopol 48: 719 
Concerning my Aunt Ellen 

In Cent 68: 943 
Crocodile 

In Footprint 
Custody of the child 

In Incandescent lily 
Daymare 

In Collier's 48: D 30 P 18 
Despoiler 

In Spread eagle 
Ellen and Mr. Man 

In Ellen and Mr. Man 
Execution 

In Footprint 
Explorers 
In Footprint 

Collier's 44: S 25 p 11 
Fear 

In Outing 50: I57 
Footprint 

In Footprint 
Frame-up 

In Cosmopol 55: 299 
Growing up 
In It 

Harper 123:881 
Holding hands 
In It 

Hampton 28: 151 . „ ^ .. 

Hunted look. See Morris, G. Litth 

heiress 
Idyl of Pelham Bay Park 
In It 

Cosmopol 52: 115 
In little new New York 

In Cosmopol 55: 181 
Incandescent lily 

In Incandescent lily 
It 

In It 
King of Bad Bad 
In Cent 64: 7^4 
Legay Pelham's headache 

In Incandescent lily 
Legay Pelham's protegee 
In Incandescent lily 
Cosmopol 55" 454 
Little dog 

In Cent 68: 32 
Little heiress; or, The hunted look 

In Footprint 
"Ma'am?" 

In Spread eagle 

Collier's 44: S 25 p 11 
McTavish 

In Spread eagle 

Everybody's 21:88 
Married lovers 

In Cosmopol 51: 749 



Mary Ellen and Evelyn May 

In Cent 70: 682 
Misery loves company 

In Collier's 47: Ap 8 p 17 
Miss Sally and the enemy 

In Cent 70: 182 
Mr. Holiday 
In Spread eagle 

Collier's 44: D 11 p 13 
"Monitor" and the "Mcrnmac ' 

In Spread eagle 
On the spot; or, The idler's house-party 
In Spread eagle 

Everybodv's ig:.i87 
One more martyr 
In Spread eagle 
Paradise ranch 
In Footprint 
Parrot 
In Spread eagle 

Everybody's 7: 278 
Pearl-eater 

In Outing 47:301 
Perfect gentleman ot Pelham Bay i ark 

In Incandescent lily 
Pickaxe 

In Putnam's 7: 536 
Practice makes perfect 

In Hampton 25: 155 
Provident children 
In Reader 7: 231 
Purloined Christmas 

In Collier's 46: D 10 p 21 
Putting on the screws 

In Putting on the screws 
Radium 

In Cosmopol 53:64 
Rich widow of Spanish Town 

In Cent 68:480 
Sapphira 
In It 

Hampton 25: 432 
Senator's brother 

In Am M 74: I9i 
Simon L'Ouvrier 

In Footprint 
Spread eagle 

In Spread eagle 
Stowing away of Mr. Bill Ballad 

In Footprint 
Tango taught in ten teachings 

In Incandescent lily 
Targets 

In Spread eagle 
Trap 

In It 
Two business woman 

In It 
"Voice in the rice 

In Voice in the rice 
White muscats of Alexandria 

In Spread eagle 
Wild pansies 

In Cent 69:885 

Without a lawyer 

In Spread eagle 

Cosmopol 47: 278 
You can't get away with it 
In Incandescent lily 
Cosmopol 54: 737 



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IXDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Morris. William, 1834- 1896 
Acontius and Cydippc 

/;; Edgar, M. G. Stories from Morris 
Atalanta's race 

/;; Edgar, AI. G. Stories from Morris 
Bcllerophon at Argos 

In Edgar, AI. G. Stories from Morris 
Bellerophoii in Lycia 

In Edgar, M. G. Stories from Morris 
Child Christopher and Goldiluid the Fair 

In Child Christopher 
Dream 

In Works v i 

Early romances 
Story of the unknown cliurch 
Dream of John Ball 
In Works v 15 

Dream of John Ball 
Fostering of Aslaug 

1)1 Edgar, M. G. Stories from Morris 
Frank's sealed letter 
In Works v i 

Early romances 
Friendship of Amis and Amile 

/;/ Old French romances 
Gertha's lovers 
//; Works v i 

Early romances 
Gertha's lovers 
Poet-Lore 10:337 
Golden apples 

In Edgar, M. G. Stories from Morris 
Golden wings 
In Works v i 

Early romances 
Golden wings 
Gunnlaug the worm-tongue. See Morris, 

W. Story of Gunnlaug, etc. 
History of over sea 

In Old French romances 
Hogni and Hedinn. Sec Morris, W. Tale 

of Hogni 
Hollow land 
In Works v i 

Early romances 
Hollow land 
House of the Wolfings. See Morris, W. 

Tale of the house of the Wolfings 
King's lesson 
In Works v 15 

Dream of John Ball 
Lady of the land 

In Edgar, M. G. Stories from Morris 
Land cast of the sun and west of the moon 

In Edgar, M. G. Stories from Morris 
Lindenborg pool 
In Works v i 

Early romances 
Story of the unknown church 
Lovers of Gudrun 

In Edgar, M. G. Stories from Morris 
Lovers of Gudrun 
Man born to be king 

In Edgar, M. G. Stories from Morris 
Niblung's. See Morris, W. Volsunga saga 
Ogicr the Dane 

In Edgar, M. G. Stories from Morris 
Proud king 

In Edgar, M. G. Stories from Morris 
Roi the Fool. See Morris, VV. Tale of Roi 
the Fool 



Story of Frithiof the Bold 

In Works v 10 
Story of Gunnlaug the worm-tongue and 
Raven the skald 
In Works v 10 
Story of Rhodope 

In Edgar, M. G. Stories from Morris 
Story of the glittering plain 
In Works v 14 

Story of the glittering plain 
Gentleman's M n s 47: 211 
Story of the unknown church 
/;; Early romances 

Story of the unknown church 
Story of Viglund the Fair 

In Works v 10 
Svend and his brethren 
hi Works V i 

Early romances 
Golden wings 
Talc of Hogni and Hedinn 

In Works v 10 
Tale of King Coustans the emperor 
In Old French romances 
Cosmopol 32: 52 
Poet-Lore 11: 465 
Tale of King Florus and the fair Jehane 

In Old French romances 
Tale of Roi the Fool 

In Works v 10 
Tale of the House of the Wolfings and all 
the kindred of the Mark 
In Works v 14 

Tale of the House of the Wolfings 
Tale of Thorstein Hafif-Smitten 

In Works v 10 
Three Northern love stories 

In Works v 10 
Viglund the Fair. See Morris, W. Story 

of Viglund 
Volsunga saga: the story of the Volsungs 
and the xN'iblungs 
In Works v 7 

Old and New 2: 364 
Writing on the image 

/;; Edgar, M. G. Stories from Morris 
Morris and the Honorable Tim. Kelly, M. 
Morrison, Arthur, 1S63- 
Absent three 

/;/ Green ginger 
■'All that messuage" 

In Tales of mean streets 
Arts and crafts 

In Green ginger 
Aunt Sarah's brooch 

in Strand 17: 206 
Behind the shade 

In Talcs of mean streets 
Cap'n Jollyfax's gun 

In Green ginger 
Case of Laker, absconded 

In Chronicles of Martin Hewitt 
Case of the lost foreigner 

In Chronicles of Martin Hewitt 
Case of the missing hand 

In Ciironicles of Martin Hewitt 
Chamber of light 

In Green ginger 
Child of the Jago 
hi Child of the Jago 
New R 15: 129 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



24- 



Conversion 

In Tales of mean streets 
Copper charm 

111 Green ginger 
Dobb's parrot 

III Green ginger 
Drinkwater romance 

In Green ginger 
Holford will case 

In Chronicles of Martin Hewitt 
House of Haddock 

In Green ginger 
In business 

III Tales of mean streets 
Ivy cottage mystery 

In Chronicles of Martin Hewitt 
Johnny 

In Liv Age 223: 62 
Legend of Lapwater Hall 

In Macmillan 66: 108 
Lizerunt 

In Tales of mean streets 
Micobar bullion case 

/;( Chronicles of Martin Hewitt 
Mr. Bostock's backsliding 

In Green ginger 
On the stairs 

In Tales of mean streets 

Cody. S. Selection from the world's 
greatest short stories 
Poor stick 

/;; Tales of mean streets 
Professional episode 

In Lippinc 9^:475 
Red cow group 

In Tales of mean streets 
Rod street revolution 

In Green ginger 
Seller of hate 

/;; Green ginger 
Skinful of trouble 

In Green ginger 
Snorkey Timms, his marks 

In Green ginger 
Squire Nappcr 

III Talcs of mean streets 
Stolen Blenkinsop 

In Green ginger 
That brute Simmons 

In Tales of mean streets 

Stories by English authors, London 
Three rounds 

In Tales of mean streets 
To Bow bridge 

In Tales of mean streets 
Wick's Waterloo 

In Green ginger 
Without visible means 

In Tales of mean streets 
La mort a la mode. Hawkins, A. H. 
Mortal coil. Hopkins, M. S. B. 
Mortgage on Jeffy. Thanet, O. 
Mortification of the flesh. Dunbar, P. L. 
Mortmain. Train, A. C. 
Morton Hall. Gaskell, E. C. 
Mortuary chest. Brown, A. 
Most beautiful woman in Paris. Halevy, L. 
Most extraordinary case. James, H. 
Most famous woman in New York. Davis, 
C. B. 



Most lamentable comedy. White, W. A. 

Moth and the star. Hornung, E. W. 

Moth to the Arctic. Crockett, S. R. 

Mother. Brown, A. 

Mother. Daudct, A. 

Mother. Galsworthy, J. 

Mother. Maartcns, M. 

Mother. Norris, K. 

Mother. Wister, O. 

Mother. Wyatt, E. F. 

Alother and daughter. Maupassant, G. de 

Mother and son. Maupassant, G. de 

Mother bird. Dyar, M. 

Mother emeritus. Thanet, O. 

Mother for heroes. Phillpotts, E. 

Mother Hive. Kipling, R. 

Mother in Israel. Boyesen, H. H. 

Mother in Paradise. Field, E. 

Mother of Emily. Cutting, M. S. 

Mother of five. Harte, B. 

Mother of monsters. ^Maupassant, G. de 

Mother-of-pearl. Le Gallienne, R. 

Mother of Pearl. O'Brien, F. 

Mother of the violets. Phillpotts, E. 

Mother Sauvage. See Maupassant, G. de. 

Mother Savage 
Mother Savage. Maupassant, G. de 
Mother song. Ralph, J. 
Mothering Cecilia. Norris, K. 
Mother's hands. Bjornson, B. 
Mothers of Honore. Catherwood, M. H. 
Mother's picture. Donnell, A. H. 
Mother's portrait. Lagerlof, S. 
Moti-Guj — mutineer. Kipling, R. 
Motion study at St. Catherine's. See Jordan, 

E. G. I introduce motion study 
]\Iotor boat. Futrelle, J. 
Motormaniacs. Osbourne, L. 
Moutilou. Ouida. 

Moulton, Mrs. Louise Chandler, 1835-1908 
Brains 

In Some women's hearts 
Broken lily 

In Stories told at twilight 
Choosing time 

In Stories told at twilight 
Clod of the valley 

In Miss Eyre from Boston 
Cottage on the hill 

In My third book 
Daughter to spare 

In Stories told at twilight 
Did he forget her? 

In Miss Eyre from Boston 
Dr. Huger's intention 

In Miss Eyre from Boston 
Fleeing from fate _ 

In Some women's hearts 
For pastime 

In Miss Eyre from Boston 
Scrib o s 7; 34 
Four letters from Helen Hamilton 

In My third book 
Haunted inn 

In Miss Eyre from Boston 
Her baby brother 
In Her baby brother 

Stories told at twilight 
Her ladyship 

In Stories told at twilight 



244 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Moulton, Louise Chandler —Continued. 
His uncle's mcmorj' 

/;; Aliss Eyre from Boston 
How one woman came to marry 

In My third book 
Jessie's neighbor 
In Jessie's neighbor 

Stories told at twilight 
Joanna, the actress 
In Aly third book- 
John Jay's long journey 

In Miss Eyre from Boston 
Joseph Thorne — his calling 

In My third book 
Judge's wife 

In Some women's hearts 
Leona: a blind man's story 

In Mj' third book 
Letter and what came of it 
In Some women's hearts 
Little Gibraltar 

In Some women's hearts 
Miss Eyre from Boston 
In Miss Eyre from Boston 
Cosmopol 2: 267 
Mist over the valley 
In My third book 
Mountain road 

In My third book 
My inheritance 

In My third book 
Nan: a New England love story 

In Miss Eyre from Boston 
Nothing venture, nothing have 

In Stories told at twilight 
Number loi 

In My third book 
Olive Winchcscr Wight 

In My third book 
On the stroke of the clock 

In Miss Eyre from Boston 
Out of Nazareth 

In Some women's hearts 
Pansy vase 

In Stories told at twilight 
Perils of a studio 

In Miss Eyre from Boston 
Phantom farce: a story for Christmas 

In My third book 
Planchette. See Moulton, L. C. Story of 

the Planchette 
Pride of Moses Grant 

In My third book 
Record of a troubled life 

In My third book 
Riching versus Providence 

In Miss Eyre from Boston 
Story of a man of business 

In My third book 
Story of the planchette 

In Miss Eyre from Boston 
Sung in the twilight 

In Stories told at twilight 
Tenant of the old brown house 

In My third book 
Thanksgiving guest 

In Stories told at twilight 
Twelve years of my life 

In Some women's hearts 
Uncle Roger's story and mine 
In My third Ixjok 



When she was thirty 

In McClure 2: 141 
White chrysanthemums 

In Stories told at twilight 
Woe unto the pitcher 

In Miss Eyre from Boston 
Mound by the way. Phillpotts, E. 
Mount Desert. See Harrison, C. C. Golden- 
rod; an idyl of Mount Desert 
Mount of Olives. Maupassant, G. de 
Mount of sorrow. Spofiford, H. P. 
Mt. Pisgah's Christmas possum. Dunbar, 

P. L. 
Mountain. Wright, M. T. 
Mountain and the sea. Field. E. 
Mountain Europa. Fox, J., jr. 
Mountain gold. Earle, M. T. 
Mountain laurel. Freeman, M. E. W. 
Mountain-laurel and maiden-hair. Alcott, 

L. M. 
Mountain lovers. Sharp, W. 
Mountain match-maker. Harben, W. N. 
Mountain of gold. Harris, J. C. 
Mountain road. Moulton, L. C. 
Mountain storm. Craddock, C. E. 
Mountain woman. Peattie, E. W. 
Mountain's face. Boyesen, H. H, 
Mountebanks. Maupassant, G. de 
Mountjoy; or. Some passages out of the life 

of a castle-builder. Irving, W. 
Mourner's horse. Quillcr-Couch, A. T. 
Mouse and lion. Hale, E. E. 
Mouse and the moonbeam. Field, E. 
Mouse-trap: a farce. Howells, W. D. 
Moving finger. Wharton, E. 
Mowgli leaves the jungle forever. See Kip- 
ling, R. In the sprmg running 
Mowgli's brothers. Kipling, R. 
Moxon's master. Bierce, A. 
Mozart, a fantasy. Peattie, E. W. 
M'sieu Fortier's violin. Dunbar, A. 
Much pomp and several circumstances. 

White, W. A. 
Muchie Lai. Frere, M. 
Muck-a-muck; a modern Indian novel. After 

Cooper. Harte, B. 
Muffles, the bar-keep. Smith, F. H. 
Mugby junction. Dickens, C. 
Muggles's supreme moment. Smith, F. H. 
Mujina. Hearn, L. 
Mummy's foot. Gautier, T. 
Mumu. Turgenev, I. S. 
Municipal report. Henry, O. 
Munnern. Pangborn, G. W. 
Murad the unlucky. Edgeworth, M. 
Murder conspiracy. Train, A. C. 
Murder of the mandarin. Bennett, E. A. 
Murder will out. Chekhov, A. P. 
Murderer. Gibbon, P. 
Murderer. Henry, O. 
Murders in the Rue Morgue. Poc, E. A. 
Murfree, M. N. See Craddock, C. E., pseud. 
Murger, Henri, 1 822-1 861 
Passage of the Red Sea 

In Patten, W. International short 
stories v 3 
Muse of the department. Balzac, IT. de 
Muse's tragedy. Wharton, E. 
Mushroom l)e(i of great men. Daudet, A. 



XDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



245 



Music-lover. See Van Dyke, H. Lover of 

music 
Music the conqueror. Ilunei\:er, J. G. 
Musician. Lagerlof, S. 
Musketeers. Kipling, R. 
Musset, Alfred de, i. e. Louis Charles Alfred 
de, 1810-1857 
Beauty spot 

In Complete writings v 7 
Croisilles 
In Complete writings v 7 

Patten, W. International short 
stories v 3 
Emmeline 

In Complete writings v 6 
Frederic and Bernerette 

In Complete writings v 6 
Grisette 

In Complete writings v 7 
Warner library 
Margot 

In Complete writings v 6 
Pierre and Camille 

In Complete writings v 7 
Secret of Javotte 

In Complete writings v 7 
Story of a white blackbird 

In Mabie, H. W.. and Strachey, L. 
Little masterpieces of fiction v 3 
Tiziano 

In Complete writings v 6 
Two mistresses 

In Complete writings v 6 
White blackbird. See Musset, A. D. Story 
of a white blackbird 
Mustaches. Maupassant, G. de 
Mutabile semper. Grahame, K. 
Mute. Herrick, R. 
Mute confessor. Harben, W. N. 
Mutiny of the Mavericks. Kipling, R. 
Mutual exchange, limited. Quiller-Couch, 

A. T. 
Muzhiks. Chekhov, A. P. 
My aunt Margaret's mirror. Scott, W. 
My aunt Susan. Frederic, H. 
My balloon hunt. Stockton, F. R. 
My bloody massacre. Clemens, S. L. 
My borrowed torpedo. Ralph, J. 
My brother Henry. Barrie, J. M. 
My bull-calf. Stockton, F. R. 
My buried treasure. Davis, Richard H. 
My Christmas burglary. Quiller-Couch, 

A. T. 
My cousin Fanny. Page, T. N. 
My cousin the colonel. Aldrich, T. B. 
Mv dear Mrs. Billington. Bunner, H. C. 
My disreputable friend, Mr. Raegen. Davis, 

Richard H. 
My distant relative. Galsworthy, J. 
My double. Hornung, E. W. 
My double and how he undid me. Hale, 

E. E. 
My dreani. Tolstoi, L. N. 
My favorite murder. Bierce, A. 
My first book. Harte, B. 
My first Christmas tree. Garland, H. 
My first dress-coat. Daudet, A. 
My first dress suit. See Daudet, A. My 

first dress-coat 
My first night. Daudet, A. 
My French master. Gaskell, E. S. 



My friend Bingham. James, II. 

My friend Jim. Norris, W. E. 

My friend Meutrier. Coppee, F. 

My friend Paton. Hawthorne, J. 

My friend the boss. Hale, E. E. 

My friend the doctor. Page, T. N. 

My friend the murderer. Doyle, A. C. 

My friend the tramp. Harte, B. 

My girls. Alcott, L. M. 

My golf. Loomis, C. B. 

Mv grandfather, Hendry Watty. Quiller- 
Couch, A. T. 

My great and only. Kipling, R. 

My home return. Hawthorne, N. 

My husband's book. Barrie, J. M. 

My inheritance. Moulton, L. C. 

My Italian adventure. Heyse, P. J. L. 

My kepi. Daudet, A. 

My kinsman, Major Molyneux. Hawthorne, 
N. 

My Lady Ludlow. Gaskell, E. C. 

My lady Nicotine. Barrie, J. M. 

My lady's chamber. Thanet, O. 

My lady's coach. Quiller-Couch. A. T. 

My lady's money. Collins, W. 

My landlady. Maupassant, G. de 

My last chance. Hawkins, A. H. 

My late senatorial secretaryship. Clemens, 
S. L. 

My lord the elephant. Kipling, R. 

My neighbor. Donnell, A. H.^ 

My neighbor Radiloff. Turgenev, I. S. 

My nephew. Halevy, L. 

My new experience. Besant, W., and Rice, 

J. 

My new language. Smith, F. H. 

My own true ghost story. Kipling, R. 

My pipe. Ralph, J. 

My rapier and my daughter. Castle, A., 
and Castle, E. 

My red cap. Alcott, L. M. 

My rococo watch. Alcott, L. M. 

My rural experiences. Boyesen, H. H. 

My stowaway. Barr, R. 

My Sunday at home. Kipling, R. 

My terminal moraine. Stockton, F. R. 

My tourmaline. Jackson, H. H. 

My translatophone. Stockton, F. R. 

My twenty-five days. Maupassant, G. de 

My uncle Jules. Maupassant, G. de 

My uncle Sosthenes. Maupassant, G. de 

My unwilling neighbor. Stockton, F. R. 

My watch— an instructive little talc. Clem- 
ens, S. L. 

My well and what came out of it. Stockton, 
F. R. 

My wife. Maupassant, G. de 

My wife's lovers. Parker, G. 

My wife's tempter. O'Brien, F. 

Myrtis. Sigourney, L. H. 

Myrtle. Litchfield, G. D. 

Mysterious anger of Mrs. Mayberry. Vorse, 
M. H. 

Mysterious bride. Hogg, J. 

Mysterious case. Green. A. K. 

Mysterious cash-box. See Collins, W. 
Stolen mask 

Mysterious chest. Pyle, H. 

Mysterious man. French, A. W. 

Mysterious message. Warman. C. 

Mysterious Mrs. Wilkinson. Norris, W. E. 



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INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Mysterious signal. Warman, C. 
Mysterious sketch. Erckmann, E., and 

Chatrian, A. 
Mysterious visit. Clemens, S. L. 
Mystery. Davis. C. B. 
Mystery. Vcrga, G. 

Mystery of Barney O'Rourke. Bangs, J. K. 
Mystery of black and tan. Brown, J. 
Mystery of heroism. Crane, S. 
Mystery of Toe Morgan. Besant, W., and 

Rice, J. 
Mystery of Josej.h I.a(|ucdcm. Quillcr- 

Couch, A. T. 
Mystery of 'Malibin mill. King, C. 
Mystery of Marie Rogct. Poe, E. A. 
Alystery of Marmadukc. Collins, W. 
Mystery of ray grandmother's hair sofa. 

Bangs, J. K. 
Mystery of Old Daddy's window. Crad- 

dock, C. E. 
Mystery of Old Gray's inn. Hawkins, A. H. 
Mystery of Pinkham's diamond stud. Bangs, 

J. K. 
Mystery of Sasassa Valley. Doyle, A. C. 
Mystery of the centenarian. Hibbard, G. A. 
Mystery of the deserted house. Hoffmann, 

E. T. W. 
Mystery of the hacienda. . Harte, B. 
Mystery of the tobacco shed. See String- 
berg, J. A. Secrets of the tobacco shed 
Mystery of Venice. Bangs, J. K. 
Mystery of Wilhelm Riitter. Jackson, H. H. 
Mystery of Witch-face mountain. Crad- 

dock, C. E. 
Mystery with a moral. Sterne, L. 
Mystification. Poe, E. A. 

X. N.; being a novel in the French para- 
graphic style. Harte, B. 
Naboth. Kipling, R. 
Nada. Huneker, J. G. 
Nail. .M argon, P. de 
Nais, the brunette. Zola, E. 
Naked man. Davis, Richard H. 
Nam-bok the unveracious. London, J. 
Name of the firm. Cutting, M. S. 
Namesake. Gather, W. S. 
Namgay Doola. Kipling, R. 
Nan: a New England love story. Moulton, 

Nancy Boyd's last sermon. Brown, A. 

Nancy Chisholm. Hogg, J. 

Nancy Pansy. Page, T. N. 

Nancy's pilgrimage. Sherwood, M. 1*. 

Nancy's southern Christmas. Spofford, 
H. P. 

Napoleon Jackson, the gentleman of the 
plush rocker. Stuart, R. I\I. 

Napoleon Shave-Tail. Wister, O. 

Narrative of the spirited old lady. Sec 
Stevenson. R. L. Somerset's adventure 

Natalie Blayne. Brown, A. 

Natchez's Pass. Remington, 1". 

Nathancal. Watson, J. 

Native of Winl)y. Jcwett, S. O. 

Natural obstacle. .Strindberg, J. A. 

Natural selection: a romance of ('liclsta vil- 
lage and l':ast llani])ton town. I'.nnner. 
H. C. 

Nature cure. .SK)sson .\ T 

Nature faker. Davis. 'Richard II. 



Nayiing-Witc, the first rabbit drive. Austin. 
M. H. 

Ndintpile Pont? P>arrie, J. M. 

Neal. John, 1793-1876 

Good gracious! and the Forget-me-not 
In Johnson. R. Little classics v 10 

Neal Malone. Carlton, W. 

Near the rose. Bishop, W. H. 

Nearest of kin. Stuart, R. M. 

Neblitt. Ward, E. S. P. 

Necessary resources. Hawkins, A. H. 

Necklace. See Maupassant, G. de. Dia- 
mond neckace 

Ned. Hopkins, M. S. B. 

Ned Bruce's temper. Thanet, O. 

Nedda. Verga, G. 

Nee Corrigan. Barr, R. 

Need of money. Tarkington, B. 

Neglect a fire and it spreads. Tolstoi, L, N. 

Neglected conversations. Bangs, J. K. 

Negore, the coward. London, J. 

Nehemiah P. Hoskins. artist. Corelli. M. 

Neighbor Jacques. Zola, E. 

Neighbors. Galsworthy. J. 

Neighbor's landmark. Jewett. S. O. 

Neither scrip nor money. Hale, E. E. 

Nelse Hatton's vengeance. Dunbar, P. L. 

Nemesis. Merrick, L. 

Nemesis and the candy man. Henrv, O. 

Nengnie. Andrews, M. R. S. 

Neptune Vale. Bourget. P. 

Neptune's shore. Woodson, C. F. 

Nesbit, Edith. Sec Bland, E. N. 

Nest. Sedgwick, A. D. 

Nest egg. Jacobs, W. W. 

Nestie. Watson, J. 

Netty Sargent's copyhold. Hardy, T. 

Never bet the devil your head. Poe, E. A. 

"Never had no sleep." Smith, F. H. 

Never winks. Train, A. C. 

New accelerator. Wells, H. G. 

New Adam and Eve. Hawthorne, N. 

New agent at Lebanon station. Page, 
T. N. 

New Arabian night. Hale, E. E. 

New assistant at Pine Clearing school. 
Harte, B. 

New brooms. Kipling, R. 

New cashier. Eggleston, E. 

New catacomb. Doyle, A. C. 

New dispensation. Kipling, R. 

New England nun. Freeman, M. E. W. 

New England prophet. Freeman. M. E. W. 

New England winter. James, FI. 

New Manhattan nights. Henry, O. 

New master. Daudet, \. 

New matron. Sherwood, M. P. 

New member of the club. Alattluws, J. B. 

New order. Donnell, .\. H. 

New parishioner. Jcwett, S. O. 

New reporter. Williams, T. L- 

New Samaria. Mitchell, S. W. 

New sensation. Maupassant. G de 

New teacher. Sec Daudet, .\. New master 

New thing under the sun. Magruder, J. 

New ticket agent. Warman, I". 

New wine. l''uller, II. B. 

New winter sjiort. lioyesin, II. II. 

New woman. See Ralj)!!, 1. Sad fate of a 
new woman 

New woman and the old. FrL-nch, .\. W. 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



247 



New world. Davis, Richard H. 

New Year, His mother's. Spofford, H. 1. 

New Year's gift. Maupassant, G. de 

New Year's gift. Stowe H. B. 

New Year's resolution, treeman, M. E. VV. 

New York by camp-fire. Henry, O. 

News from Petersham. Jewett, S. O. 

News from Troy! Quiller-Couch, A. T. 

News of a famous victory. Watson, J. 

News of the engagement. Bennett, E. A. 

Newspaper story. Henry, O. 

Next his hand. Hale, E. E. 

Next room. Thanet, O. 

Next time. James, H. 

Next to reading matter. Henry, O. 

Niagara. Clemens, S. L. 

Niblungs. See Morris, W. Volsunga saga 

Nice people. Bunner, H. C. 

Nicolette and Aucassin. Hale, E. E. 

Niece of Snapshot Harry's. Harte, B. 

Night adventure. Austin, M. H. 

Night among the nihilists. Doyle, A. L. 

Night at Hays. Harte, B. 

Night at Wingdam. Harte, B. 

Night before Christmas. Hibbard, G. A. 

Night before Easter. Chekhov, A. P. 

Night before Thanksgiving. Jewett, S. O. 

Night-born. London, J. 

Night call. Van Dyke, H. 

Night doings at "Deadman's." Bierce, A. 

Night in new Arabia. Henry, O. 

Night in spring. Maupassant, G. de 

Night in Whitechapel. Maupassant, G. de 

Night of Christmas eve. Gogol, N. V. 

Night of the wedding. Maupassant, G. de 

Night on the Divide. Harte, B. 

Night out. Smith, F. H. 

Night raid at Eagle River. Garland, H. 

Night-watches. Ward, E. S. P. 

Night with Tantalus. Besant, W. 

Night with William of Wykeham. Adams, 

O. F. 
Nightingale. Andersen, H. C. 
Nightingale and the rose. Wilde, O. 
Nightingales. Gautier, T. 
Nine cent girls. Bunner, H. C. 
Nine musketeers. Phillpotts, E. 
Nine points of the law. Hornung, E. W. 
Nineteenth hat. Bennett, E. A. 
Ninety-nine guardsmen. By Al-x-d-r D-m-s. 

Harte, B. 
99 Linwood street. Plale, E. E. 
Ninety-ninth notch. Duncan, N. 
Ninita. Janvier, T. A. 
Ninth wave. Castle, A., and Castle, E. 
Ninth wave. Sharp, W. 
No continuing city. Howard, B. W. 
No haid pawn. Page, T. N. 
No news. Ward, E. S. P. 
No quarter. See Maupassant, G. de. Father 

Milon 
No respecter of persons. Smith, F. H. 
No sinecure. Hornung, E. W. 
No smoke. See Manning, M. Prophetess 

of the land of No-Smoke 
No story. Henry, O. 
No thoroughfare. Dickens, C. 
No title. By W-lk-e C-ll-ns. Harte, B. 
Noah's ark. Zangwill, I. 
Nobility obliges. Tracy, V. 



Nobleman of the steppe. See Turgenev. 
I. S. Tchertopkhanoff and Nedokihskin 
Noblesse. Freeman, M. E. W. 
Nobody's child. Maartens, M. 
Nobody's story. Dickens, C. 
Nocturne. Castle, E. 
Nocturne. White, W. A. 
Nocturne at the Majestic. Bennett, K. A. 
Nod. Maartens, M. 
Noel's princess. Bland, E. N. 
Non-combatant. Thanet, (X 
Non-combatants. Chambers, R. W. 
Nona Vincent. James, H. 
Noncommissioned officer. Maupassant, G. 

de 
Nooning tree. Wiggin, K. D. 
Norah. Parker, G. 

Normandy joke. Maupassant, G. de 
Norris, Frank, i. e., Benjamin Franklin, 
1870-1902 
Bargain with Pegleg 

In Deal in wdicat 
"Boom" 

In Third circle 
Caged lion 

1)1 Third circle 
Deal in wheat 
In Deal in wheat 

Everybody's 7. 173 
Defence of the flag 

In Third circle 
Dis-sociated charities 

In Third circle 
Dual personality of Slick Dick Nickerson 

In Deal in wheat 
Dying fires 

In Third circle 
Ghost in the cross-trees 

In Deal in wheat 
Grettir at Drangey 
Iji Third circle 

Everybody's 8:311 
Grettir at Thorhallstead. See Norris, F. 

Grettir at Drangey 
Guest of honor 

In Third circle 
House with the blinds 

In Third circle 
Joyous miracle 

In Joyous miracle 
Lauth 

In Overland n s 21 : 241 
Little dramas of the curbstone 

In Third circle 
Lost story 

In Cent 66:371 
Memorandum of sudden death 

In Deal in wheat 
Passing of Cock-eye Blacklock 
In Deal in wheat 
Cent 64: 385 
Reversion to type 
In Third circle 
Riding of Felipe 

In Deal in wheat 

Ship that saw a ghost 

/;; Deal in wheat 

New Eng M n s 27: 439 
Overland n s 40: 489 
Shorty Stack, pugilist 
1)1 Third circle 



248 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Norris, Frank— Coiitinunl. 
Son <>\ a sheik 

III Tliird circle 
Strangest tiling 

In Third circle 
Third circle 

III Third circle 
This animal of a Buldy Jones 

III Third circle 
AlcClure u: 438 
Toppan 

In Third circle 
Two hearts that beat as one 

In Deal in wheat 
Wife of Chino 

In Deal in wheat 
Cent 65:369 
Norris, Kathleen 
Affairs of Caroline 

/;; Ladies' H J 31: F p 22 
Austin's girl 

In Poor, dear Margaret Kirby 
Everybody's 28: 260 
Bridging the years 

III Poor, dear Margaret Kirby 
Am M 74: 2 
Dr. Bates and Miss Sally 

In Poor, dear Margaret Kirby 
Friendship of Alanna 

/;; Poor, dear Margaret Kirby 
Lippinc 88: 361 
Gay deceiver 

In Poor, dear Margaret Kirby 
McClure 37: 616 
Gayley the troubadour 

In Poor, dear Alargaret Kirby 
Last Carolan 

In Poor, dear Margaret Kirl^y 
McClure's 36: 673 
Making allowances for mamma 

In Poor, dear Margaret Kirby 
Am M 74: 269 
Measure of Margaret Coppered 

In Poor, dear Margaret Kirby 
McClure 37: 288 
Miss Mix, kidnapper 

In Poor, dear Margaret Kirby 
Mother 

III Mother 
Mothering Cecilia 

In Good H 56: 304 
Poor, dear Margaret Kirby 

In Poor, dear Margaret Kirby 
Rainbow's end 

In Poor, dear Margaret Kirl)y 
Rising water 

In Poor, dear Alargaret Kirby 
Rosemary's stepmother 

In Poor, dear Margaret Kirby 
Am M 72: 42 
"S is for shiftless Susanna" 

In Poor, dear Margaret Kirby 
Everybody's 27: 224 
Saturday's child 

In Good II 57:572, 8or 
Shandon waters 

In Poor, dear Alargaret Kirby 
Tide-marsh 

In Po(jr, dear Alargaret Kirl)y 
Allan 100:745 



Walrus and the carpenter 

In AlcClurc 37- 53^ 
What happened to Alanna 

/;; Poor, dear Alargaret Kirby 
Atlan 106:418 
Norris, William Edward, 1847- 
Bianca 
In Stories by English authors, Italy 
Belgravia 37: 47 
Liv Age 139: 787 
Clever lady Sophia 

In Mysterious Airs. Wilkinson 
Despotic lady 

In Despotic lady 
Fifteen drops 

In Cornhill 92: 784 
Flower of the flock 
In Flower of the fiock 

Temple Bar iiy: i; 120:127 
Her own doing 

In Her own doing 
Hermit of Saint-Eugene 

In Liv Age 163: 206 
Jack's father 
In Jack's father 

Alurray 3: 646, 761 
King and the anarchist 

In Cornhill 94: 516 
Alan with the red hair 
In Cornhill 45 : 45 
Liv Age 152: 398 
Miser Morgan 

III Liv Age 208: 467 
Longman's 27: 371 
Mr. Brough's client 
In Cornhill 86: 484 
My friend Jim 

In Eng Illust 3: 45i, 77i 
Alysterious Airs. Wilkinson 

In Mysterious Airs. Wilkinson 
Old brown mare 

In Eng Illust 7: 441 
Old Jackson 

In Good Words 35: 176 
Old maid's holiday' 

In Belgravia 39:319 
Poor Harry 

In Alysterious Mrs. Wilkinson 
Prince Coresco's duel 
In Liv Age 170: 717 
Longman's 8: 394 
Queer business 

/;; Alysterious Airs. Wilkinson 
Longman's 11:403 
Romance of Paulilatino 
In Jack's father 
Cornhill 48: 305 
Tliat terrible man 
III That terrible man 
b'ng Illust 2: 82, 300 
Three-bottle comedy 
/;; Liv .\ge 199: 584 
Longman's 22: ^32 
Tug of war 

In Harper 89: 565 
Uncharted reef 

/;/ Longman's 46: 324 
Wingham case 
In Jack's father 
Cornhill 53:592 
North and South. Dragoumis, J. D. 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



249 



North walk mystery. Harben, W. N. 
Nos Anglais. See Maupassant, G. de. Our 

English neighbors 
Nose for the king. London, J. 
Nostalgia of Nervy Jim the snatcher. Bangs, 

J. K. 
Not a pin to chose between them. Dasent, 

G. W. 
Not a sad story. Cutting, M. S. 
Not at home. Train, A. C. 
Not practical. Hawkins, A. H. 
Not wanted. Chekhov, A. P. 
Notary of Perigueux. Longfellow, H. W. 
Notary's love story. Maartens, M. 
Notch of the White Mountains. Haw- 
thorne, N. 
Notch on the axe, — a story a la mode. 

Thackeray, W. M. 
Note. Deland, M. 
Note of scarlet. Stuart, R. M. 
Notes by flood and field. Harte, B. 
Notes of a traveller. Maupassant, G. de. 
Notes on a journey. See Maupassant, G. de. 

Notes of a traveller. 
Nothing to say. Henry, O. 
N'othing venture, nothing have. Moulton, 

L. C. 
Nott, Charles Cooper, 1827- 
Tale of a goblin horse 

In Stories of the army (Stories from 
Scribner) 
Scrib M ly. ^72 
Novelist's allegory. Galsworthy, J. 
Nowadays. Hibbard, G. A. 
Nucingen and Co., bankers. Balzac, H. de 
Niirnberg stove. Ouida 
Number five. Brown, A. 
Number loi. Moulton, L. C. 
Number seventeen. Jordan, E. G. 
Number 13. Ward, E. S. P. 
Number three. Perry, B. 
Number three. Warman, C. 
Nurse Crumpet tells the story. Troubetz- 

koy, A. C. 
Nurse Perette. Bazin, R. 
Nutcracker and Mouseking. Hofifmann 

E. T. W. 
Nuzhat. Phillpotts, E. 

Oak-tree and the ivy. Field, E. 

Oaken cross. Mitford, AL R. 

Oath. Jewett, S. O. 

Oath of allegiance. Ward, E. S. P. 

Object lesson. Bangs, J. K. 

Object of love. Freeman, M. E. W. 

Object of pity; or, The man Haggard. 

Stevenson, R. L., and others 
Object of the federation. Thanet, O. 
Obliterated man. Wells, H. G. 
Oblong box. Poe, E. A. 
O'Brien, Fitz-James, 1828-1862 
Bohemian 

In Diamond lens 
Diamond lens 
In Diamond lens 

Mabie. H. W., and Strachey, L. 
Little masterpieces of fiction, v 8 
Atlan 1 : 354 
Dragon fang 
In Diamond lens 



Duke Humphrey's dinner 

In Diamond lens 
Golden ingot 

In Diamond lens 

Hawthorne, J. Library mystery and 
detective stories, English-Irish 
Great diamond is obtained and used 

In Warner library 
Lost room 

In Diamond lens 
Milly Dove 

In Diamond lens 
Mother of Pearl 

In Diamond lens 

My wife's tempter 

In Diamond lens 

Hawthorne, J. Library mystery and 
detective stories; English-Irish 
Pot of tulips 

In Diamond lens 
Tommatoo 

/" Diamond lens 
What was it? 
In Diamond lens 

Baldwin, C. S. American short sto- 
ries 
Wondersmith 

In Diamond lens 
Atlan 4: 463 
Obsequies of Peter Schwarz. Comer, C. A. 
Observations of Henry. Jerome, J. K. 
Obvious. Bland, E. N. 
Occurence at Owl Creek bridge. Bierce, 

A. 
Oceanus. Quiller-Couch, A. T. 
O'Connor, F. 

Invisible princess 
In Johnson, R. Little classics v 8 
O'Connor, William Douglas, 1832-1889 
Ghost 
In Johnson, R. Little classics v 8 
O'Conors of Castle Conor. Trollope, A. 
October and June. Henry, O. 
Octopus. Davis, C. B. 
Octopus marooned. Henry, O. 
Odalie. Dunbar, A. 

Odalisque of Senichou. Maupassant, G. de 
Odd charges. Jacobs, W. W. 
Odd feast. Maupassant, G. de 
Odd life. Zangwill, I. 
Odd man out. Jacobs, W. W. 
Odd money. Phillpotts, E. 
Odile. Bourget, P. 

Odyssey of an outcast. Maupassant, G. de 
Odvssev of the North. London, J. 
Oeilo, story of. See Hale, E. E. Story of 

Oello. 
Of a mirror and a bell. Hearn, L. 
Of a promise broken. Hearn, L. 
Of a promise kept. Hearn, L. 
Of Costello the proud, of Oona the daughter 
of Dermott and of the bitter tongue. 
Yeats, W. B. 
Of her own household. Hopkins, M. S. B. 
Of the divers mischances and grievous 
perils which befell Cornelio for the love 
of his lady. Bandello, M. 
Of the real sea. Duncan, N. 
Of the sad end of two hapless lovers. 
Bandello, M. 



250 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Of those called. Kipling, R. 

Of those who seek. Garland, ?I. 

Oflf the rocks. Greiifell, W. T. 

Office seeker. Harte, B. 

Offncss of Billy. Loomis, C. B. 

Ogier the Dane. Morris, W. [Edgar] 

Ogre's tragedy. Pangborn, G. W. 

Ogress of Silver land. Harte, B. 

"Oh, shoiitin'.s mighty sweet." Stuart, R. M. 

O'Halloran, G. B. 

Master of the "Clirysolitc" 
III Stories by English authors, The sea 
Liv Age 197:334 
Ohnet, Georges, 1848- 
Aunt Ursula's misfortune 

In Shoplifter 
Pierre's soul 

/;; Pierre's soul 
Shoplifter 

In Shoplifter 
Song of the swan 
In Shoplifter 

Song of the swan 
Oil and water. Loomis, C. B. 
Oil of dog. Bierce, A. 
Oil of gladness. Cutting, M. S. 
Oisin in Tirnanogo 

In Warner library 
Oke of Okehurst. Paget, V. 
or pap's Flaxen. See Garland, IF. Little 

Norsk 
Olalla. Stevenson, R. L. 
Old acquaintance. Tolstoi, L. N. 
Old Adam. Bourget, P. 
Old age. Galsworthy, J. 
Old agency. Woolson, C. F. 
Old Agnete. Lagerlof, S. 
Old Amable. Maupassant, G. de 
Old Amiable. See Maupassant, G. de. Old 

Amable 
Old and new music. Hawthorne, J. 
Old Andrey's experience as a musician. 

Hardy, T. 
Old apple dealer. Hawthorne, N. 
Old Applcjoy's ghost. Stockton, F. R. 
Old arithmetician. Freeman, M. E. W. 
Old bachelor of arts. Michclson, M. 
Old bachelor's adventure. Reade, C. 
Old Bascom place. Harris, J. C. 
Old bell-ringer. Korolenko, V. G. 
Old Brother Terrapin gets some fish. Har- 
ris, J. C. 
Old brown mare. Norris, W. E. 
Old bundle. Corelli, M. 
Old clothes; a Jimmie Preston story. Vorse, 

M. H. 
Old coat of dreams. Le Gallienne, R. 
Old Daddy Deering. Garland, II. 
Old dears. Cameron, M. 
Old devil and three small devils. See Tol- 
stoi, L. N. Ivan the fool 
Old Dib's gold. Osbournc, L. 
Old dog Tray. Osbournc, L. 
Old dominie. Barric, J. M. 
Old Easter. Stuart, R. M. 
Old emigre. Mitford, M. R. 
Old Esther Dudley. Hawthorne, N. 
Old farm. Henry, O. 
Old-fashioned farmers. Gogol, N. V. 
Old-fashioned fuss. Harris, J. C. 



Old-fashioned gentleman. See Smith, F. H. 
Romance of an old-fashioned gentleman 

Old-fashioned gentry. See Gogol, N. V. 
Old-fashioned farmers 

Old-fashioned school. French, A. W. 

Old-fashioned school. Hawthorne N 

Old fiddler. Spofiford, H. P. 

Old flame. Hornung, E. W. 

Old folks. See Daudet, A. Aged folk 

Old folk's party. Bellamy, E. 

Old four-poster. Besant, W., and Rice, J. 

Old game. Van Dyke, H. 

Old Gardiston. Woolson, C. F. 

Old Gargoyle. Catherwood, M. H. 

Old gentleman of the black stock. Page. 
T. N. 

Old Goodwin's wife. Hopkins, W. J. 

Old Grinny-Granny wolf. Harris, J. C. 

Old hag's long leather bag. MacManus, S. 

Old immortality. Brown, A. 

Old Jabe's marital experiments. Page, T. N. 

Old Jackson. Norris, W. E. 

Old Judas. See Maupassant, G. de. Father 
Judas 

Old Kaskaskia. Catherwood, j\I. H. 

Old King Solomon's coronation. .S"*:^ Allen, 
J. L. King Solomon of Kentuckv 

Old Lady Mary. Oliphant, M. W". 

Old Lady Pingree. Freeman, M. E. W. 

Old lady's restoration. King, G. E. 

Old 'Lijah Bale's escape. Dyar, IM. 

Old Madame. Spofiford, H. P. 

Old maid. Balzac, H. de 

Old maid. Maupassant, G. de 

Old maid. See Maupassant, G. de. Queen 

Hortense 
Old maid aunt. Freeman, M. E. W. 
Old maid's holiday. Norris, W. E. 
Old maid's husband. Collins, W. 
Old maid's Paradise. Ward, E. S. P. 
Old major. Alcott, L. M. 
Old man. Field, E. 
Old man Eckert's. Bierce, A. 
Old man Ely's proposal. French, A. W. 
Old man Enright's love. Lewis, A. H. 
Old man Enright's uncle. Lewis, A. H. 
Old man of the sea. Jacobs, W. W. 
Old man's fortunes. Dunbar, P. L. 
Old man's troubles. Harris, J. C. 
Old manse. Hawthorne, N. 
Old men at Pcvensey. Kipling, R. 
Old men of the twilight. Yeats, W. B. 
Old Mr. Rabbit, he's a good fisherman. 

Harris, J. C. 
Old Mongilet. Maupassant, G. de 
Old Monte, official drunkard. Lewis, A. II. 
Old mother Gibson. Michelson, M. 
Old Mother Goose. Ward, E. S. P. 
Old nurse's story. Gaskell, E. C. 
Old Olaf. Thorcsen, M. 
Old, old story. Besant, W., and Rice, J. 
Old, old story. Bunner, H. C. 
Old partisan. Thanet, O. 
Old Peabody pew. Wiggin, K. D. 
Old Peninsula house. Hopkins, M. S. B. 
Old pipes and the dryad. Stockton, l'\ R. 
Old planters. Page, T. N. 
Old portraits. Turgenev, I. S. 
Old Poz. Edgcworth, M. 
Old professor. Harriman, K. E. 
Old regime. Singmastcr, E. 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



251 



Old reporter. Williams, J. L. 
Old roses. Parker, G. 
Old salt. Viaud, J. 

Old Sam Enright's romance. Lewis, A. II. 
Old servant. Sienkiewicz, H. 
Old shrine. Phillpotts, E 
Old silver. Le Gallienne, R. 
Old singers. Jewett, S. O. 
Old soldier's tale. Hogg, J. 
Old stone house. Green, A. K. 
Old Sue. Page, T. N. 
Old Sunshine. Smith, F._ H. 
Old Testament man. Phillpotts, E. 
Old time Christmas. Davis, Rebecca H. 
Old-time Christmas. Dunbar, P. L. 
Old-time love story. Davis, Rebecca H. 
Old Tory. Crockett, S. R. 
Old wine in new bottles. Mitchell, S. W. 
Old witch and the black cats. French, 
A. W. ; 

Old woman Izerofel. Gorky, M. 
Old woman Magoun. Freeman, M. E. W. 
Old woman's tale. Hawthorne, N. 
Ole 'Stracted. Page, T. N. 
Oliphant, Lawrence, 1829-1888 
Brigand's bride 

/;; Stories by English authors, Italy 
Oliphant, Mrs. Margaret Wilson, iSjS-rSg; 
Little pilgrim 

III Stories of the seen and unseen 
Liv Age 153:472; 154:782 
Macmillan M 46: i, 337 
Little pilgrim; further experiences 

III Stories of the seen and unseen 
'Sir. Sandford 

III Ways of life 
Old Lady Mary 

III Stories of the seen and unseen 
Blackw 135: I 
Eclectic M 102: 314 
Liv Age 160: 234, 263 
Open door 

III Stories of the seen and unseen 
Blackw 131: I 
Liv Age 152: 269 
Portrait 

III Stories of the seen and unseen 
Blackw 137: I 
Eclectic M 104: 315 
Liv Age 1.64: 292 
Wonderful history of Mr. Robert Dalyell 
In Ways of life 
Olive grove. Maupassant, G. de 
Olive Wincheser Wight. Moulton, L. C. 
Oliver Cromwell. Sec Hawthorne, N. Bio- 
graphical stories 
Oliver's bag. France, A. 
Oliver's three gifts. Loomis, C. B. 
Olive's first story. Jordan, E. G. 
Olivia. Stetson, G. E. C. 
Olympic victor; a storj^ of modern James. 

Connolly, J. B. 
Omnibus. Quiller-Couch, A. T. 
Omphale. Gautier, T. 
On a higher level. Craddock. C. E. 
On a hill-top. Harrison, C. C. 
On a single card. Sienkiewicz, H. 
On an errand of mercy. ]\Iatthews, J. B. 
On behalf of the management. Henry, O. 
On cats. Maupassant, G. de 



On exhibition. Kipling, R. 

On Frenchman's Bay. Harrison, C. C. 

On George's shoals. Connolly, J. B. 

On Grecnhow hill. Kipling, R. 

On guard. Serao, M. 

On Hell-fer-Sartain creek. Fox, J., jr. 

On horseback to Kingdom Come. Fox, 

J., jr. 
On perfumes. Maupassant, G. de 
On picket duty. Alcott, L. M. 
On Shell-heap island. Jewett, S. O. 
On the battlefield. Matthews, J. B. 
On the birdcage road. Dyar, M. 
On the black list. Warman, C. 
On the blank side of the wall. Thanet, O. 
On the bottom of the dory. Connolly, J. B. 
On the bright shore. Sienkiewicz, H. 
On the city wall. Kipling, R. 
On the echo o' the morn. Connolly, J. B. 
On the fever ship. Davis, Richard H. 
On the Goodwin. Besant, W., and Rice, J. 
On the great wall. Kipling, R. 
On the gull's road. Gather, W. S. 
On the hills. Dragoumis, J. D. 
On the housetop. Barr, R. 
On the journey. Maupassant, G. de 
On the keys of Honduras. Payn, J. 
On the limited. Warman, C. 
On the links. Hibbard, G. A. 
On the night train. Earle, M. T. 
On the northern ice. Peattie, E. W. 
On the plantation. King, G. E. 
On the prairie. King, G. E. 
On the railway. Maupassant, G. de 
On the reef of Norman's woe. Parker, G. 
On the ridge. Cutting, M. S. 
On the river. Afaupassant, G. de 
On the road to Hell-fer-Sartain. Fox, J., jr. 
On the site of the great Kungahalla. Sec 

Lagerlof, S. Queens at Kungahalla. 
On the south shore. Crosby, M. 
On the spot; or. The idler's house-party. 

Morris, G. 
On the staircase. Gerould, K. F. 
On the stairs. Morrison, A. 
On the steps of the city hall. Matthews, 

J. B. 
On the strength of a likeness. Kipling, R. 
On the stroke of the clock. Moulton, L. C. 
On the sunny shore. Sec Sienkiewicz, H. 

On the bright shore. 
On the trail of the lonesome pine. Fox, 

J-, jr. 
On the Walpole road. Freeman, M. E. W. 
On the war-dragon's trail. Fox, J., jr. 
On the way. Chekhov, A. P. 
On the western circuit. Hardy, T. 
On the word of Victor Paul. Earle, M. T. 
On trial. Chekhov, A. P. 
Onawandah. Alcott, L. M. 
Once. Benson, E. F. 
Once aboard the lugger. Quiller-Couch, 

A. T. 
Once at Red man's river. Parker, G. 
Once more. Galsworthy. J. 
Once more. Magruder, J. 
Once to every man. Davis, C. B. 
One and two. Besant, W. 
One autumn night. Gorky, M. 
One cent. Hale, E. E. 
One chapter. Litchfield, G. D, 



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INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



One class day. Bates, A. 

One crowded hour. Doj'le. A. C. 

One dash — horses. Crane, S. 

One day. Rjornson, B. 

One day at Arle. Burnett, F. H. 

One day's courtship. Barr, R. 

One dollar's worth. Henry, O. 

One evening. Maupassant, G. de 

One from four. Page, T. N. 

One good turn. Freeman, M. E. W. 

One good turn. Hale, E. E. 

One horse yarn. Phillpotts, E. 

One kind of officer. Bicrce, A. 

One-legged dancers. Jackson, H. H. 

One man in a million. Chambers, R. W. 

One man who was content. Van Rens- 

salaer, M. G. 
£1,000,000 bank note. Clemens, S. L. 
One more martyr. Morris, G. 
One morning in spring. Bates, A. 
One of Bob's tramps. Smith, F. H. 
One of Cleopatra's nights. Gautier, T. 
One of life's paradoxes. Maupassant, G. 

de 
One of the elect. Ward, E. S. P. 
One of the missing. Bierce, A. 
One of the old girls. Ferber, E. 
One of the thirty pieces. Bishop, W. H. 
One of the world's wonders. Corelli, M. 
One of those imposible Americans. Glas- 

pell, S. 
One of twins. Bierce, A. 
One of us. King, G. E. 
One officer, one man. Bierce, A. 
One phase of love. Maupassant. G. de 
One possessed: the crime doctor solves the 

mystery of the brown devils. Hornung, 

E. W. 
One result. Litchfield, G. D. 
One story is good until another is told. 

Matthews, J. B., and Jessop, G. H. 
One summer night. Bierce, A. 
One Sunday. Masefield, J. 
One thing needful. See Davis, C. B. Wm- 

ter city favorite 
One thousand dollars. Henry, O. 
One thousand dozen. London, J. 
One too many. Kirk, E. O. 
One way. See Maupassant, G. de. Roger's 

remedy 
One way in. Hawkins, A. H. 
One way of love. Bland, E. N. 
One way to happiness. Gissing, G. R. 
One who intervened. Jordan, E. G. 
One woman's story; a study. Deland, M. 
One woman's way. Hibbard, G. A. 
Only a fly. Hale, E. E. 
Only a subaltern. Kipling, R. 
Only a waltz. Halevy, L. 
Only an incident. Ward, H. D. 
Only rose. Jewctt, S. O. 
Only son. Jewett, S. O. 

Only son of his mother. Dragoumis, J. D. 
Oondcr hoofdcn; or, The undcrcliff. ^Vi!lis, 

N. P. 
Oor lang hamc. Watson, J. 
Opal. Sec Smith, F. II. In which certain 

details, etc. 
Open boat. Crane, S. 
Open door. Oliphant, M. W. 
Open-eyed conspiracy. Howclls, W. D. 



Open shutter. Weyman, S. J. 

Open window. Wright, M. O. 

Opened door. Hawkins, A. H. 

Opening of the Alpine tunnel. Warman, C. 

Opera box. Futrelle, J. 

Operation m money. Webster, A., jr. 

Opinions of Gunner Barnabas. Kipling, R. 

Oppressing the oppressor. Warman, C. 

Optical dilemma. Stuart, R. M. 

Oracles. Bacon, J. D. 

Orange lily. Phillpotts, E. 

Orange man. Edgeworth, M. 

Oranges. Daudet, A. 

Orchard. Ouida 

Orchard-land; a children's story. Chambers, 

R. W. 
Ordeal. Craddock, C. E. 
Ordeal at Mt. Hope. Dunbar, P. L. 
Ordeal of Maude Joyce. Jordan, E. G. 
Ordeal of Sister Cuthbcrt. Jordan, E. G. 
Order. Galsworthy, J. 

Order and disorder. Barbauld, Mrs. A. L. 
Orderly. Alarcon, P. A. de 
Ordination of John Fairmeadow. Duncan, 

N. 
Ordronnaux. Spofford, H. P. 
Oreads. Hewlett, M. H. 
Oreste's patron. Stetson, G. E. C. 
Organist. Becquer, G. A. 
Organist of Ponikla. Sienkiewicz, H. 
Oriana. Sigourney, L. H. 
Orient. Maupassant, G. de 
Origin of macaroni. Serao, M. 
Origin of species. Kelly, M. 
Origin of the ocean. Harris, J. C. 
Original gentleman. French, A. W. 
Original wedding present. Cutting, M. S. 
Orion. See Parker, G. Watching the rise of 

Orion 
Orloff and his wife. Gorky, M. 
Orphan. Maupassant, G. de 
Orphans. Edgeworth, AI. 
Orpheus. Dunbar, A. 
Orpheus and Oisin. Sharp, W^ 
Orpiment and Gamboge. Janvier, T. A. 
Orso. Sienkiewicz, H. 
O's head. Osbourne, L. 
Osbourne, Lloyd, 1868- 
Acid test 

In Everybody's 26: 740 
.Xniatua's sailor 

/;; Queen vs. Billy 
.\\vakcning of George Raymond 

In Love, the fiddler 
Beautiful man of Pingalap 
In Queen vs. Billy 
Cosmapol 29: 481 
Ben 

/;; Cosmopol 48: 147 
Bolt from the blue 

/;/ Hampton 24: 321 
Bonesy 

In Everybody's 21: 146 
Brothers 

In McClure 3S: 138 
Captain Elijah Coe 

/;; Wild justice 
Chief engineer 
In Love, the fiddler 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



253 



Coal oil Johnny 

In Motonnaniacs 
Detty the detrimental 

In Everybody's 23: 146 
Devil's white man 

In Queen vs. Billy 
Dust of defeat 

In Queen vs. Billy 
Scrib M 28:465 
Father Zosimus 

/;; Queen vs. Billy 
ffrenches first 

In Love, the hddlcr 
Forty years between 
In Wild justice 
McClure 20: 475 
Frenchy's last job 
In Queen vs. Billy 
Cosmopol 28: 55 
Fugitives of pleasure 
In McClure 22:379 
Glass-eyed Bill 

In McClure 23:604 
Golden castaways 

In Love, the fiddler 
Great bubble syndicate 

In Motormaniacs 
Great five-cent case 

In Everybody's 22:70 
Happiest day of his life 

In Queen vs. Billy 
Jones 

In Motormaniacs 
Kitten that did 

In Canad M 34: 239 
Labor captain 

In Wild justice 
Little flyer in love 

In McClure 2i:6iS 
Major Bronquard of the army 

/;; Everybody's 30: 66 
Mascot of battery B 

In Love, the fiddler 
Mr. Bob 

In Wild justice 
Motormaniacs 

In Motormaniecs 
Old Dib's gold 
In Wild justice 

Booklover's M 6: 72 
Old dog Tray 

In McClure 25:623 
O's head 

In Wild justice 
Phantom city 

In Queen vs. Billy 
Professor No No 
/)), Wild justice 
Sunset 16: 318 
Queen versus Billy 

In Queen vs. Billy 
Renegade 

In Wild justice 
Schmidt 
In Schmidt 

Everybody's 13: 2 
Security of the high seas 
In Wild justice 



Three speeds forward; an automobile love 
story 
In Three speeds forward 
Everybody's 15: 168 
Tin diskers 

In Tin diskers 
Wild waters 

In McClure 26: 434 
Oscar and Louise. Hopkins, M. S. B. 
Osgood's predicament. Stoddard, E. D. B. 
Oshidori. Hearn, L. 
Other bed. Benson, E. F. 
Other doors. Vorse, M. H. 
Other Englishman. Weyman, S. J. 
Other lady. Hawkins, A. H. 
Other lodgers. Bierce, A. 
Other man. Kipling, R. 
Other man. Train, A. C. 
Other Mrs. Dill. Brown, A. 
Other people's luxury. Bourget, P. 
Other side. French, A. W. 
Other side. Stetson, G. E. C. 
Other two. Wharton, E. 
Other wise man. See Van Dyke, H. Story 

of the other wise man 
Other woman. Davis, Richard H. 
Ottilia. Thackeray, W. M. 
Otto of the silver hand. Pyle, H. 
Otto the knight. Thanet, O. 
Quida, pseud. (Louise De La Ramee), 1840- 
1908 
Ambitious rose-tree 

In Bimbi 
Anarchist 

In La Strega 
Assassin 

In Two offenders 
Beauty of Vicq d'Azyr 

In Cecil Castlemaine's gage 
Branch of lilac 

In Dog of Flanders 
Lippinc 8: 440, 602 
El brug 

/;; La Strega 

Two new dog stories 
Bullfinch 

In Ruftino 
Cecil Castlemaine's gage 

In Cecil Castlemaine's gage 
Chatelaine sans chateau 
In Bentley 5°: 221 
Liv Age 71:365 
Child of Urbino 

In Bimbi 
Deadly dash 

In Cecil Castlemame's gage 
Dog of Flanders 
/;; Dog of Flanders 

Stories by English authors, Germany 
Tappan, "E. M. Children's hour 10: 

136 
Lippinc 9: 79 
Findelkind_ 
In Bimbi 

Belgravia 42: 320 
Lippinc 26: 438 
General's match-making 

In Cecil Castlemaine's gage 
Halt 

In Santa Barbara 



254 



IXDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Ouida —Coiitiuucd. 
House party 

In House party 
In the apple-country 

III Bimbi 
Ingrate 

In Two offenders 
Lady Marabout's troubles 

//( Cecil Castlcniaine's gage 
Lampblack 

In Bimbi 
Leaf in the storm 

In Dog of Flanders 

Stories by English aulhrirs, h'rance 
Lemon tree 

In Silver Christ 
Little earl 

In Bimbi 

Belgravia 44: 300 
Little Grand and the Marchioness 

/;( Cecil Castlcniaine's gage 
Colburn 119: 10 
Little thief 

In Cosmopol 28: 552 
IMeleagri's Gallopavo 

In Bimbi 
AToufflou 

In Bimbi 
Niirnberg stove 

In Bimbi 
Orchard 

In Ruffino 
Pousette 

In Santa Barbara 
Provence rose 

/;( Dog of Flanders 

Lippinc 7: 561; 8: 27 
Rainjr June 

In Rainy June 
Rinaldo 

In Santa Barbara 
La Rossiccia 

In Santa Barbara 
Ruftino 

In Ruffino 
Ruffo and Ruff 

In La Strega 

Two new dog stories 
Santa Barbara 

In Santa Barbara 
Silver chimes and golden fetters 

In Bcntley 47: 78 
Silver Christ 

In Silver Christ 
Stable-boy 

In Santa Barbara 
Story of a crayon-licad 

In Cecil Castlcniaine's gage 
La Strega 
- In La Strega 
Study a la Louis Quinze 

In Cecil Castlcniaine's gage 
Talisman; a parable 

In Harp W 47: 2020 
Tonia; a story of crime from poverty- 

In Cosmopol 20: 190 
Toto 

In La Strega 

Two new dog stories 



Trottolino 
In Ruffino 

"Our anchel." Long, J. L. 

Our archery club. Stockton, F. R. 

Our aromatic uncle. Bunner, H. C. 

Our cousin Sonia. Maartens, M. 

Our Derby sweepstakes. Doyle, A. C. 

Our dogs. Brown, J. 

Our English neighbors. Alaupassant, G. de 

Our fathers have told us. Phillpotts, E. 

Our friend Patience. Maupassant, G. de 

Our Grouchometer club. Jordan, E. G. 

Our harbor. Duncan, N. 

Our honeymoon summer. Bachcller, I. A. 

Our lady of lies. Maartens, M. 

Our last walk. Collins, W. 

Our letters. Maupassant, G. de . 

Our little world. Lindau, R. 

Our Lord and St. Peter. Lagerlof, S. 

Our Mr. Jupp. Gissing, G. R. 

Our new crusade. Hale, E. E. 

Our new neighbors at Ponkapog. Aldrich, 
T. B. 

Our new servant. Barrie, J. M. 

Our next-door neighbor. Dickens, C. 

Our peasants. Maupassant, G. de 

Our pirate Hoard. Janvier, T. A. 

Our second girl. Stowe, H. B. 

Our story. Stockton, F. R. 

Our street. Thackeray, W. M. 

Our summer boarders. Loomis, C. B. 

Out of a pioneer's trunk. Harte, B. 

Out of debt, out of danger. Edgeworth, M. 

Out of her class. Davis, C. B. 

Out of Nazareth. jMoulton. L. C. 

Out of season. Harrison, C. C. 

Out of the depths. Chambers, R. W. 

Out of the question. Howells, W. D. 

Out of the rose. Yeats, W. B. 

Out of the running. Doyle, A. C. 

Out of Thun. Barr, R. 

Out of work. Zola, E. 

Out on the road. Warman, C. 

Out there. Glaspell, S. 

Outcast. Sec Crockett, S. R. \'ernon the 
traitor 

Outcast. Page, T. N. 

Outcasts. Gorky, M. 

Outcasts of Poker Flat. Hartc. B. 

Outdoorland. Chambers, R. W. 

Outlaws. Lagerlof, S. 

Outpost of progress. Conrad, J. 

Outrageous Miss Dawn-Dream. Long, J. L. 

D'Outre mort. Spofford. H. P. 

Outsailed. Jacobs, W. W. 

Outside. Pratt, L. 

Outside the door. Benson, E. F. 

Outside the prison. Da\is, Richard H. 

Outsider; a storv of the I5oer war. Kip- 
ling, R. 

Oval portrait. Poe, E. .\. 

Over a wood fire. MitcluU, D. G. 

Over on the t'other niountini;-. Cradtlock, 
C. I'. 

Over the mountain. Ilarbcn. W. X. 

Over the plum-pudding. Bangs, J. K. 

Over the side. Jacobs, W. W. 

Ovcrseasoned. Chekhov, A. P. 

Oversight. Dyar, M. 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



255 



Overton, Gwendolen, 1876- 
Alternativc 

/;;_ Harper 119: 755 
David 

In Atlan 108: 634 
Esther's Christmas 

//( St N 37:227 
Golden chain 

In Golden chain 
Honors of defeat 

In Hampton 26: 105 
Miss Etherington 

In Harper 114: 592 
Price 

In Harper 124: 205 
Speech of deeds 

In Harper 114: 368 
Tragedy of first love 
In Harper 118: 959 
Who aims a star 

In Harper 120: 680 
Worldly Miss Revelle 
In Harper 118: 471 
Overwhelming Saturday. Tarkington, B. 
Owen Wingrave. James. H. 
Owl's ear. Erckmann, E., and Chatrian, A. 
Owl's story. See Smith, F. H. Club chest- 
nuts warmed over 
Owner of the mill farm. Garland, H. 
Oysters. Chekhov, A. P. 
Ozaki, Yei Theodora 

Tongue-cup sparrow (Japanese) 

//( Tappan, E. M. Children's hour i: 
334 

P. A. I. L. W. R. Cameron, M. 

Pack. Donnell, A. H. 

Pack. Galsworthy, J. 

Paddy Mullowney's travels in France. Sec 

Lover, S. Gridiron 
Padre Ignazio. Wister, O. 
Paduan pastoral. See Hewlett, M. H. Ip- 

polita of the hills 
Pagan and a puritan. Michelson, M. 
Pagan of the south. Parker, G. 
Pagan seal-wife. Field, E. 
Page of history. Maupassant, G. de 

Page, Thomas Nelson, 1853- 
Among the camps 
In Works v 11 

Among tlie camps 
Andrew. See Page, T. N. How Andrew 

carried the precinct 
Bigot 
In Land of the spirit 
Scrib M 48:533 
Billington's valentine 
III Works V 10 _ 
Pastime stories 
Bred in the bone 
In Works v 9 

Bred in the bone 
Cent 62: 939 
Brother to Diogenes 
In Under the crust 
Scrib M 39: 290 



Burial of the guns 
In Works v 2 

Burial of the guns 
Warner library 
Scrib M 15: 410 
Captured Santa Clans 
In Works v 11 

Among the camps 
Captured Santa Ciaus 
Charlie Whittler's Christmas party 
/;; Works v 10 
Pastime stories 
Christmas hare-hunt in old Virginia. Sec 

Page, T. N. Long hillside 
Christmas peace 
In Works v 9 

Bred in the bone 
Page story book 
Cornwallis. See Page, T. N. True story 
of the surrender of the Marquis Corn- 
wallis 
Danger of being too thorough 
In Works v 10 
Pastime stories 
Duellist. See Page, T. N. When the 

colonel was a duellist 
Dullet. See Page, T. N. Prosecution of 

Mrs. Dullet 
Editor. See Page, T. N. Her sympathetic 

editor 
Elsket 

In Works v 9 

Bred in the bone 
Elsket 

Scrib M 10:226 
"George Washington's'' last duel 
In Works v 2 

Cosmopol 8: 701 
Geranium leaves. See Page, T. N. She 

had on her geranium leaves 
Goth 

/;( Under the crust 
Scrib M 41: 129 
Gray jacket of "No. 4" 
In Works v 2 

Burial of the guns 
Cent 44: 27 
Great-grandmother. Sec Page, T. N. Her 

grcat-grandmothcf's ghost 
He knew what was due the com-t 
In Works v 10 
Pastime stories 
He would have gotten a lawyer 
In Works v 10 
Pastime stories 
Her great-grandmother's ghost 
In Works v 10 
Pastime stories 
Her sympathetic editor 
In Works v 10 
Pastime stories 
Hostage 

In Under the crust 
How Andrew carried the precinct 
In Works v 10 
Pastime stories 
How Jinny eased her mind 
/;; Works v 10 
Pastime stories 



256 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Page, Thomas Nelson —Conlbiucd. 
How Relius "bossed tlie ranch" 
/); Works v lo 
Pastime stories 
How the captain made Christmas 
In Works v 2 

Burial of the guns 
Scrib M 14: 779 
Isrul's bargain 
/;; Works v 10 
Pastime stories 
Jack and Jake 
/;/ Works v 1 1 

Among the camps 
Page story book 
John's wedding suit 
/;; Works v 10 
Pastime stories 
Kittykin; and the part she played in the 
war 
In Works v 11 

Among the camps 
Page story book 
Leander's light 

In Under the crust 

Cent 74: 376 

Little confederate hero 

In Page story book 
Little Darby 
/» Works V 2 

P>urial of the guns 
Scrib M 16: 285. 457 
Long hillside 
In Works v 9 

Bred in the bone 
Mam' Lyddy's recognition 
In Works v 9 

Bred in the bone 
Marse Chan; a talc of old Virginia 
In Works v i 

In old Virginia 
Marse Chan 

Stories by American authors v 9 
Cent 27:932 
Meh Lady; a story of the war 
In Works v i 

In ole Virginia 
Cen t 32: 187 
Mi^i^^igerTTcr's roses 
In Works v 2 

P)urial of the guns 
Scrib M 12: 650 
Miss Goodwin's inheritance 
In Under the crust 
Scrib M t,6: 173 
My cousin Fanny 
In Works v 2 

Burial of the guns 
Cent 45: 178 
My friend, the doctor 
In Under the crust 
Scrib M 40: 539 
Nancy Pansy 
In Works v 11 

Among the camps 
Page story book 
New agent at Lelianon station 
In Under the crust 

Ladies' H J 22: Ap-My p 7, 9 



No haid pawn 
In Works v i 

In ole Virginia 

Stories of the South (Stories from 

Scribner) 
Scrib M i: 410 
Old gentleman of the black stock 
In Works v 8 

Old gentleman of the j^lack stock 
Harper 89: 774 
Old Jabe's marital experiments 
In Works v 9 

Bred in the bone 
Cent 64: 704 
Old planters 

In Land of the spirit 
Cent 78: 3 
Old Sue 
/;; Works v 10 
Pastime stories 
Ole 'Stracted 
In Works v i 

In ole Virginia 
Harper yi'- 696 
One from four 
In Works v 10 
Pastime stories 
Outcast 

In Land of the spirit 
P'laski's tunament 
In Works v 2 

Burial of the guns 
Elsket 

Harper 82: iii 
Polly; a Christmas recollection 
In Works v i 
In ole Virginia 
Polly 

Harper 74: 2,7 
Prosecution of Mrs. Dullet 
In Works v 10 
Pastime stories 
Rachel's lovers 

In Works v 10 
Rasmus 

/;; W'orks v 10 
Pastime stories 
Relius. See Page, T. N. How Relius 

"bossed the rancli" 
Run to seed 
In Works v 2 

Elsket and other stories 

Stories of the railway (Stories from 

Scribner) 
Scrib M 10: 367 
Santa Clans. Sec Page, T. N. Captured 

Santa Clans 
Santa Clans partner 
/;; Works v 8 

Santa Claus partner 
Slio had on her geranium leaves 
/;; Works v 10 
Pastime stories 
Shepherd who watched by night 
/;( Land of the spirit 
Scrib M ^3: 365 
Sheriff's bluff" 
In Works v 9 

Bred in the bone 
Scrib M 31 : 436 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



257 



Soldier of the empire 
/;; Works v 9 

Bred in the bone 
Elsket and other stories 
Spectre in the cart 
In Works v 9 

Bred in the hone 
Scrib M 26: 179 
Stable of the inn 

In Land of the spirit 
Story of Charles Harris 
In Works v 10 
Pastime stories 
Stranger's pew 

in Land of the spirit 
Scrib M 48:68s 
Thomas's baptism 

In Scrib M 54: 204 
Tommy Trot's visit to Santa Clans 

In Tommy Trot's visit 
Trick-doctor 

In Land of the spirit 
Scrib M 50: 272 
True story of the surrender of the Marquis 
Cornwallis 
/;; Works v 10 
Pastime stories 
Two little confederates 
In Works v 11 

Page story book 
Two little confederates 
Two prisoners 
In Works v 11 
Two prisoners 
"Unc' Edinbug's drowndin' " 
In Works v i 

In ole Virginia 
"Unc' Edinbug's drowntlin' " 
Harper 72: 304 
Uncle Jack's views on geography 
/;; Works v 10 
Pastime stories 
Wedding suit. .S"t'^ Page, T. N. John's 

wedding suit 
When little Mordecai was at the bar 
/;; Works v 10 
Pastime stories 
When the colonel was a duellist 
In Works v 10 
Pastime stories 
Page of history. Maupassant, G. de 
Paget, Violet (Vernon Lee, pseud.), 1856- 
Aniour dure 
In Hauntings 

Murray i: 49, 188 
Dionea 

In Hauntings 
Featureless wisdom 

In Pope Jacynth 
In the Tuscan Maremma 

In Harper 106: 237 
Lady and death 

In Pope Jacynth 
Lady Tal 

In Vanitas 
Legend of Madame Krasinska 
In Legend of Madame Krasinska 
Vanitas 
Fortn S2-2,77 



Okc of Okehurst 

/;; Hauntings 
Phantom lover 

In Phantom lover 
Pope Jacynth 

In Pope Jacynth 
Prince Albcric and the snake lady 

In Pope Jacynth 
St. Eudicmon and his orange tree 

In Pope Jacynth 
Sister Benvenuta and Christ cliild 

In Fortn 84: supp i 
Wedding chest 

In Pope Jacynth 
Wicked voice 

/;.' Hauntings 
Worldly woman 
In Vanitas 
Painful memory. Bjornson, B. 
Painted pitcher. Pyle, H. 
Painter and his picture. Harraden, B. 
Painter's adventure. Irving, W. 
Painter's bargain. Thackeray, W. M. 
Pair of hands. Quiller-Couch, A. T. 
Pair of patient lovers. Howells, W. D. 
Pair of silk stockings. Kirk, E. O. 
Palestine pilgrim. Zangwill, I. 
Palctto's iM-ide. W^illis, N. P. 
Pa!' iniilas. Janvier, T. A. 
Palumitas lion-hunt. Janvier, T. A. 
Pan. Huneker, J. G. 

Pan and the crusader. Sherwood, M. P. 
Panch-Phul Ranee. Frere, M. 
Pancha; a story of Monterey. Janvier, 

T. A. 
Pancrazia's hair. Hichens, R. S. 
Pandolfo del Nero is buried alive with his 

lady. Bandello, M. 
Pandora. James, H. 

Pangborn, Georgia Wood (Mrs. H. L. Pang- 
born) 1872- 
At Ephesus 

In Interventions 
Broken glass 
In Interventions 
Scrib M 50: 246 
By the Sawyer method 

/)/ Interventions 
Convalescence of Gerald 
/;/ Interventions 
Scrib M 35: 496 
Dispensation 

In Interventions 

Everybody's 15:302 
Doubting castle 

In Bookm 23: 492 
E. Holbrook's patience 
/;; Interventions 

Appleton's M 8: 139 
Experimenter 
In Interventions 
Scrib M 46: 272 
Fourth watch 

/;/ Bookm 24: 251 
Ghost llower 

In Bookm 26: 310 
Gray collie 

In Interventions 
Scrib M 34: 95 
Intruder 
In Harper 115: 112 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Pangborn, Georgia Wood -CoiUiinicd. 
Martha 

In Interventions 
Munncrn 

In Scrib M 55:583 
Ogre's tragedy 

In Delin 65: 652 
Rasselas in the vegetable kingdom 

In Interventions 
Rubber stamp 
In Interventions 
Scrib M 50: 307 
Son of the woods 
In Interventions 
Tempered wind 

In Interventions 
Turned out to grass 
/;; Interventions 
Harper 114: 277 
Pango Wango. See Parker, G. How 

Pango Wango was annexed 
Pansies and water-lilies. Alcott, L. M. 
Pansy Billings. Jackson, H. H. 
Pansy vase. Moulton, L. C. 
Panther; a talc of temptation. French, 

A. W. 
Panther of Jolton's ridge. Craddock, C. E. 
Papers. James, H. 
Papoose. Hibbard, G. A. 
Pappas Narkissos. Bikelas, D. 
Parables of a province. Parker, G. 
Paradise of children. Hawthorne, N. 
Paradise ranch. Morris, G. 
Paradox. Wyatt, E. F. 
Parasite. Doyle, A. C. 
Pardon of Becky Day. Fox, J., jr. 
"Pardon, you are Mademoiselle Girard!" 

Merrick, L. 
Parents and children. Ouiller-Couch, A. T. 
Parents' assistant. Wyatt, E. F. 
Parish of St. Thomas Equinas. Gray, D 
Pari^icnne. Gibbon, P. 

Parker, Sir Gilbert, i. e. Horatio Gilbert. 
1862- 
Absurd romance of P'tite Louison 
/;; W^orks v i r 

Lane that had no turning 
Across the jumping sandhills 
In Works v 2 

Adventurer of the North 
All the world's mad 
/;; Works v 14 
Donovan Pasha 
Amial)le revenge 
In Works v 5 
Cumner's son 
Andrew Vcnlaw. See Parker, G. Chief 

factor 
Annette. See Parker, (i. Trai^ic ((imcdy 

of Annette 
Antoine and Angeli(|ue 
In Works v 1 

I'ierrc and his people 
As deep as the sea 
In Works v 3 

Northern lights 
At Bambcr's boom 
In Works v 2 

Adventurer of the North 



At Point o' Bugles 
In Works v 2 

Romany of the snows 
Idler 6: 603 
At the mercy of Tiberius 
In Works v 14 
Donovan Pasha 
Pall Mall M 20:4 
At the sign of the Eagle 
In Works v 7 

Liv Age 198:264 
National R (Lond) 21:518 
Babiche. See Parker. G. Little Bahichc 
Bamber's boom. See Parker, G. .\t Bam- 

ber's boom 
Barbara Golding 
In Works v 5 
Cumner's son 
Baron of Beaugard 
In Works v 11 

Lane that had no turning 
Idler 6: 305 
Belle Amour. See Parker, G. Pilot of 

Belle Amour 
Blind beggar and the little red peg 
In Works v 5 
Cumner's son 
Bridge house 
In Works v 2 

Adventurer of the North 
Buckmaster's boy 
/;; Works v 3 

Northern lights 
Budgery-Gar. See Parker, G. High 

court of Budgery-Gar 
By that place called Perad venture 
In Works v 11 

Lane that had no turning 
Camp-meeting at Mayo 

In Cosmopol 53: 51 
Castaway of the South 

In Eng Illust 9: 210 
Chief factor 

In Chief factor 
Cipher 

In Works v i 

Pierre and his people 
Crimson flag 
In W'orks v i 

Pierre and his people 
Cruise of the "Ninety-three" 
In Works v 2 

Romany of the snows 
Cumner's son 
In Works v 5 
Cumner's son 
Cypress Hills. See Parker, G. Patrol of 

the Cypress Hills 
Derelict 
In Works v 5 
Cumner's son 
J)esertion of Maliamnu'd Selini 
In Works v 14 
Donovan Pasha 
Didds, R. N. 
In Works v 5 
Cumner's son 
Epaulettes 
In Works v 2 

Adventurer of the North 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIF.S 



259 



Epic in yellow 
In Works v 5 
Cuniner's son 
Error of the day 
In Works v 3 

Northern lights 
Everybody's 15: 44 
Eye of the needle 
In Works v 14 
Donovan Pasha 
Pall Mall M 19:292 
Fielding- had an orderly 
In Works v 14 
Donovan Pasha 
Pall Mall M 18:450 
Fight with the bear 

In Pomp of the Lavilettes 
Filibuster 
In Works v 2 

Adventurer of the North 
Finding of Fingall 
In Works v 2 

Adventurer of the North 
McClure 3:348 
Flight of the McMahons 

In Cosmopol 54^ 184 
Flood 

In Works v i 

Pierre and his people 
Flower of the flock 
In Works v 14 
Donovan Pasha 
Pall Mall M 22: 500 
Forge in the valley 
In Works v 11 

Lane that had no turning 
Fragment of lives 
In Works v 11 

Lane that had no turning 
Friend of the commune 
In Works v S 
Cumner's son 
Eng Illust 10:61 
Liv Age 195: 651 
George's wife 
In Works v 3 

Northern lights 
Gift of the simple king 
In Works v 2 

Adventurer of the North 
Idler 6:255 
Girl and the anarch 

In Cosmopol 50: 35 
God's garrison 
In Works v i 

Pierre and his people 
Going of the white swan 
In Works v 2 

Adventurer of the north 
Going of the white swan 
Scrib M 17:65 
Golden pipes 
In Works v il 

Lane that had no turning 
Great Minus 

In Scrib M 54:665 
Great white chief. See Parker, G. Woods- 
man's story of the great white chief 
Grindstone and the drum. See Parker, G. 
Price of the grindstone 



Guardian of the fire 
In Works v 11 

Lane that had no turnmg 
Guest that tarried 

In Collier's 43: Je26p 13 
Hazard of the North 
In Works v i 

Pierre and his people 
1 le would not be denied 
/;; Works v 14 
Donovan Pasha 
Healing springs and the pioneers 
1)1 Works v 3 

Northern lights 
High court of Budgcry-Gar 
In Works v 5 
Cumner's son 
Hill of pains 

In Hill of pains 
House with the broken shutter 
In Works v 2 

Eng Illust 12 No. I : i 
House with the tall porch 
In Works v n 

Lane that had no turnmg 
McClure i: 533 
How Pango Wango was annexed 
In Works v 5 
Cumner's son 
John Enderby 

In Works v 13 
Lake of the Great Slave 
In Works v 2 

Adventurer of the North 
Idler 6: 143 
Lane that had no turning 
In Works v n 

Lane that had no turning 
Level crossing 

In Cosmopol 5^: 1/5 
Light of other days 
In Works v 14 
Donovan Pasha 
Lime-burner. See Parker, G. Story of 

the lime-burner 
Little Babiche 
In Work v 2 

Romany of the snows 
Little bell of honour 
In Works v n 

Lane that had no turning 
Cent 51:881 
Little masquerade 
III Works V 5 
Cumner's son 
Little widow of Jansen 
In Works v 3 

Northern lights 
Lodge in the wilderness 
/;; Works v 3 

Northern lights 
Lone corvette 
III Works V 5 
Cumne.r's son 
Lovely bully 
In Works v 2 

Adventurer of the North 
Mahommed Selim. See Parker, G. De- 
sertion of ]\laliommed Selim 



26o 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Parker, Sir Gilbert -Coiiliuiird. 
Alalachi 

//; Works v 2 

Adventurer of the North 
Eng Illust 12 No. 2: 9 
Man, a famine, and a heathen boy 
In Works v 3 

Northern lights 
Man at the wheel 
/); Works v 14 

Donovan Pasha 
Atlan 83:785 
Canad M 13: loi 
Man that died at Alma 
III Works V 1 1 

Lane that had no turning 
March of the white guard 
1)1 Works V 8 

March of the white guard 
Tavistock tales 

Good Words 32: Christmas no. 51 
Marcile 

/;; Works v 3 

Northern lights 
Marriage of the miller 
/;; W'orks v 11 

Lane that liad no turning- 
Masquerade. See Parker, G. Little Mas- 
querade 
Mathurin 

III Works V II 

Lane that had no turning 
Liv Age 212: 112 
Medallion's whim 
III W'orks V II 

Lane that had no turning 
Michel and Angela 
III W'orks V 13 

Harper loi : 685, 895 
My wife's lovers 
III Works V 5 
Cumner's son 
Norah 

III Collier's 44: D 25 p 11 
Old roses 

III Works V 5 
Cumner's son 
Liv Age 194:382 
On the reef of Norman's woe 
In Works v 14 
Donovan Pasha 
Pall Mall M 19:436 
Once at Red man's river 
In Works v 3 

Northern lights 
Orion. See Parker, G. Watching the rise 

of Orion 
Pagan of the South 
In Works v 5 
Cumner's son 
Pango Wango. See Parker, G. How 

Pango Wango was annexed 
i'arables of a province 
III Works v 1 1 

Lane that iiad no turning 
J'arpon the dwarf 
/;/ Works v 1 1 

Lane that had no turning 



Patrol of the Cypress Hills 
In W'orks v i 

Pierre and his people 
Warner library 
Peradventure. 5"^^ Parker, G. By that 

place called Peradventure 
Pere Champagne 
In Works v i 

Pierre and his people 
Pilot of Belle Amour 
In Works v 5 

Romany of the snows 
Cosmopol 15: 334 
Pipi valley 
III A\'orks V I 

Pierre and his people 
Planter's wife 
In Works v 5 
Cumner's son 
Plunderer 

In Works v 2 

Romany of the snows 
Point o' Bugles. See Parker, G. At Point 

o' Bugles 
Pomp of the Lavillettes 
In Vv^orks v 7 

Pomp of the Lavillettes 
Prairie vagabond 
In Works v i 

Pierre and his people 
Pretty Pierre 

In Eng Illust 9: 583 
Price of the grindstone and the drum 
III Works V 14 
Donovan Pasha 
Pall Mall M 19: 149 
Prisoner 
In Works v 11 

Lane that had no turning 
P'tite Louison. See Parker, G. Absurd 

Romance of P'tite Louison 
Qu'appelle 
In Works v 3 

Northern lights 
Rawley's last gamble 
In Canad M 30: 110 
Red man's river. See Parker, G. Once 

at Red man's river 
Red patrol 
III Works V 2 

Adventurer of the North 
Eng Illust 12 No. 4:33 
Reef of Norman's woe. See Parker, G. 

On the reef of Norman's woe 
Romany of the snows 
/;; Works v 2 

Romany of the snows 
Sable Spartan 
In Works v 5 
Cumner's son 
Sanctuary of the plains 
In Works v i 

I'ierre and his people 
Scarlet hunter ' 
In Works \- i 

Pierre autl his people 
Liv Age 193: 4(>5 
Macmillan O5: 376 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



261 



She of the triple chevron 
In Works v i 

Pierre and his people 
Shon McGann's toboggan ride 
In Works v i 

Pierre and his people 
Singing of the bees and the white omen 
In Works v 1 1 

Lane that had no turning 
Eng Illust 12 No. ;: 23 
Son of the wilderness 
In Works v 11 

Lane that had no turning 
Spoil of the puma 
In Works v 2 

Romany of the snows 
Cosmopol 15: 80 
Stake and the plumb-line 
In Works v 3 

Northern lights 
Everj'body's 14: 156, 308 
Stone 

In Works v i 

Pierre and his people 
Story of the lime-burner 
In Works v 11 

Lane that had no turning 
Ridpath's library of universal liter- 
ature 
Stranger's hut 
In Works v 5 
Cumner's son 
Stroke of the hour 
In Works v 3 

Northern lights 
Tall master 
In Works v i 

Pierre and his people 
Liv Age 195:665 
National R (Lond) 20: 108 
"There is sorrow on the sea"; a Lancashire 
story 
In Works v 13 

Crockett, S. R. Tales of our coast 
Idler 7: 297 
There was a little city 
In Works v 11 

Lane that had no turning 
New R 12: 589 
Three commandments in the vulgar 
tongue 
In Works v 2 

Romany of the snows 
Atlan 73: 613 
Three McMahons 

In Cosmopol 51:400 
Three outlaws 
In Works v i 

Pierre and his people 
Tiberius. See Parker, G. At the Mercy 

of Tiberius 
Times were hard in Pontiac 
In Works v 11 

Lane that had no turning 
To-morrow 
In Works v 3 

Northern lights 
Tragedy of nobodies 
In Works v i 

Pierre and his people 



Tragic comedy of Annette 
In Works v 11 

Lane that had no turning 
Trail of the sun dogs 
In Works v 2 

Romany of the snows 
Translation of a savage 
In Works v 7 

Translation of a savage 
Lippinc 51: 649 
Treaty of peace 
In Works v 14 

Donovan Pasha 
Pall Mall M 21:540 
Tyrant and a lady 
In Works v 14 

Donovan Pasha 
Uncle Jim 

In Works v 11 

Lane that had no turning 
Unpardonable liar 
In Unpardonable liar 
Eng Illust II : 51, 162 
Upset price 

In Works v 11 

Lane that had no turning- 
Vulgar fraction 
In Vv^orks v 5 
Cumner's son 
Watching the rise of Orion 
/// Works V 3 

Northern lights 
Booklover's M 7:281 
When the swallows homeward fly 
In Works v 3 

Northern lights 
Delin 66: 1075 
While the lamp holds out to burn 
In Works v 14 

Donovan Pasha 
Whisperer 
In Works v 3 

Northern lights 
Cosmopol 40: 503 
White swan. Sec Parker, G. Going of the 

white swan 
White weaver 

In Macmillan's M 66:462 
Widow of Jansen. See Parker, G. Little 

widow of Jansen 

Woman in the morgue 

In Liv Age 190: T,T,i 

Macmillan's M 64: 104 
Woodsman's story of the Great White 
Chief 
In Works v 11 

Lane that had no turning 
McClure 2: 130 
Worker in stone 
In Works v 1 1 

Lane that had no turning 
Young lion of Dedan 
In Works v 14 
Donovan Pasha 
Pall Mall M 27: 475 
Parker Anderson, philosopher. Bierce, A. 
Parlour orator. Dickens, C. 
Parley, the porter. More, H. 
Parley under false colors. Janvier, T. A. 
Parlor car; a farce. Howells, W. D. 



262 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Parlous wholeness of Ephraim. Fcrnald, 
C. B. 

Parpon the dwarf. Parker, G. 

Parricide. Maupassant, G. de 

Parrot. Freeman, M. I^. W. 

Parrot. Maupassant, G. de 

Parrot. Morris, G. 

Parsnip stew. Freeman, M. E. W. 

Parson Jack's fortune. Quiller-C'oucli, A. T. 

Parson of Jackman's gulch. Doyle, A. C. 

Parsonage. Kielland, A. L. 

Parson's horse-race. Stowe, 11. P). 

Parson's scruple. Collins, W. 

Part of an old story. Allen, J. L. 

Parthenon by way of Papendrociit. Smith, 
F. H. 

Parting. Galsworthy, J. 

Parting. Goeringer, I. 

Parting and a meeting-. Howells, W. D. 

Parting friends; a tragedy. Howells, W. D. 

Parting of the clouds. French, A. W. 

Partner. Conrad, J. 

Partners. Brown, A. 

Partners for a day. Garland, H. 

Party at Madeira's. Martin, E. S. 

Party spirit. See Edgeworth, M. Barring 
out 

Pasha's prisoner. Barr, R. 

Pasha's son. Taylor, B. 

Pasquale's picture. Fuller, H. B. 

Pasquali, the tailor of Venice. Willis, N. P. 

Pasque Florida. Chambers, R. W. 

Passage in the life of Mr. John Oakhurst. 
Harte, B. 

Passage in the life of Mr. Watkins Tottle. 
Dickens, C. 

Passage of the Red Sea. Murger. H. 
Passages from a relinquished work. Haw- 
thorne, N. 
Passages from the journal of a social wreck. 

Crosby, M. 
Passeur. Chambers, R. W. 
Passing of Abraham Shivers. Fox, J., jr. 
Passing of Black Eagle. Henry, O. 
Passing of Cock-eye Blacklock. Norris, F. 
Passing of Domsie. Watson, J. 
Passing of Enriquez. Harte, B. 
Passing of Grandisson. Chesnutt, C. W. 
Passing of Hope Abbott. Jordan, E. G. 
Passing of Mclvor. Warman, C. 
Passing of Marcus O'Brien. London, J. 
Passing of Sister Barsett. Jewett, S. O. 
Passing of the third floor back. Jerome, 

J. K. 
Passing of Thomas. Janvier, T. A. 
Passing stranger. Garland, H. 
Passion. Maupassant, G. de 
Passion in the desert. Balzac, II. de 
Passionate pilgrim. James, 11. 
Passport. Maartens, M. 
Passport to paradise. Kelly, M. 
Past one at Rooney's. Henry, O. 
Past redemption. Watson, J. 
Paste. James, II. 
Patagonia. James, H. 
Patchwork school. l"'reeman, M. E. W. 
Path-master. Chambers, R. W. 
Path of duty. James, H. 
Path of iMurtoch; an Irish story, h'rederic, 

M. 
Patii of stars. Brown, A. 



Path to Spain. Cutting, M. S. 
I 'ath finding in the Northwest. Warman, C. 
I'athrick's proxy. MacManus, S. 
Patient Griselda. Boccaccio, G. 
Patient Kitty. Payne, J. 
Patient waiter. Freeman, M. E. W. 
Patriach. Sigourney, L. H. 
Patrol of the Cypress Hills. Parker, G. 
Patron. Maupassant, G. de 
Patron of art. Cameron, M. 
Patron of art. Davis, Richard, H. 
Patronage of High Bear. Wister, O. 
Patsie Oddie's black night. Connolly, J. B. 
Patsy. See Wiggin, K. D. Story of Patsy 
Patty's place. Alcott, L. M. 
Pauline. Dumas, A. 
Paul's case. Gather, W. S. 
Paul's mistress. Maupassant, G. de 
Paupers. Quiller-Couch, A. T. 
Pausanias, the Spartan. Lytton, E. B. 
Pavilion on the links. Stevenson, R. L. 
Paying guests. Cutting, M. S. 
Payment in full. Herrick, R. 
Payn, James, 1830-1898 
Arctic travel 

III In peril and privation 
Aunt Sue's panic 

III Sunny stories and some shady ones 
Burning of 'Le Prince' 

In In peril and privation 
Burning of the 'New Honi' 
In In peril and privation 
Captain Cole's passenger 

In Belgravia 38: 169 
Castaway ambassador 

In In peril and privation 
Cecil's tryst 

In Chambers J 48:481 
Change of views 

In Belgravia 36: 172 
Cheap tour 

In Sunny stories and some shady ones 
Clerk's conscience 

In Sunny stories and some shady ones 
Club benefactor 

In Belgravia 48: supp 32 
Dauntless Kitty 

In Sunny stories and some shady ones 
Faithful retainer 
In Sunny stories and some shadj- ones 
Stories by English authors, Italy 
Family scapegrace 

In Chambers J 35: i 
F^atal curiosity 

/)/ Belgravia 34: supp 94 
Guardian angel 

In Sunny stories and some shady ones 
In sight of home 

/;/ In peril and privation 
Last extremity 

In In peril and privation 
Loss of the "IlalseweU" 

In In peril and privation 
Loss of the "Royal George'' 

/;; In peril and privation 
Married beneath him 

In Chambers J 41: 497 
Mr. Blodger's apology 
In Sunny stories and some shady ones 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



263 



On the keys of Honduras 

In In peril and privation 
Patient Kitty 

In Belgravia 35: 43-^ 
Raft of the Medusa 

In In peril and privation 
Romance of M. de Belle Isle 

In In peril and privation 
Slavery 

In In peril and privation 
Transfused transformed; a talc of hlood 

In Belgravia 39: 180 
Substitute 

/;; Lippinc 36: 601 
Trials of Philip Austin 

In In peril and privation 
Two delicate cases 

In Belgravia 46: supp 29 
Uncle Lock's legacy 

In Idler i: 405 
Under sentence of death 

In Sunny stories and some shady ones 
Undiscovered island 

In In peril and privation 
Wager island 

In In peril and privation 
Wreck of the 'Grosvenor' 

In In peril and privation 
Wreck of the 'Jmio' 

In In peril and privation 
Paz. Balzac, H. dc 

Peace manoeuvres. Davis, Richard H. 
Peace of a home. Balzac, H. de 
Peace of God. Lagerlof, S. 
Peacemaker. Perry, B. 
Peach. Smith, A.' C. 
Peach and the admiral. Gray, D. 
Peach blossoms. Michelson, M. 
Peacock's tail. Wyatt, E. F. 
Peake, Elmore Elliott, 1871- 
Back to Indiana 
In Howells, W. D., and Alden, II. M. 
Under the sunset 
Pearl-eater. Morris, G. 
Pearl of Toledo. Merimee, P. 
Pearls. Gerould, K. F. 
Pearls of Parblay. London, J. 
Peasant proprietor, Ovsyanikov. See Tur- 

genev, I. S. Freeholder Ovsyanikoff 
Peasants in exile. See Sienkiewicz, H. For 

daily bread 
Peasant's will. Fogazzaro, A. 
Peat moor. Kielland, A. L. 
Peattie, Elia Wilkinson (Mrs. Robert Burns 
Peattie). 1862- 
Astral onion 

In Shape of fear 
At luncheon 

/;( Pippins and cheese 
Bertha's debut 

In Ickery Ann 
Blood apple 

In Pippins and cheese 
Breeziest reunion 
In Ickery Ann 
Cap'n Patti 

In Lippinc 53: 5-^3 
Castle knight and troubadour 
In Castle Knight and troubadour 



Child of the rain 

In Shape of fear 
Children's crusade. See Peattie, E. W. 

With scrip and stafif. 
Christmas at Goldberg 

In Ickery Ann 
Covers for twelve 

In Pippins and cheese 
Cupid and the hurdy-gurdy 

In Harp B 41:636 
Dead letter 

In Ickery Ann 
Diminuendo 

In Pippins and cheese 
Dinner for two 

In Pippins and cheese 
Door 

In Reader 7: 168 
Edda and the oak 

In Edda and the oak 
Esmeralda herders 
In Atlan 87: in 
From the loom of the dead 

In Shape of fear 
Ged 

In Scrib M 34: 580 
Genius 

In Ickery Ann 
Grammatical ghost 
In Shape of fear 
Greater love than this 

In Harp B 2>3: 212, 268 
Grizel Cockrane's ride 

In Ickery Ann 
House of the golden song 

In Harp B 32; 1056 
House that was not 

In Shape of fear 
How Christmas came to the Santa Maria 
flats 
In Ickery Ann 
Ickery Ann 

In Ickery Ann 
Ill-regulated courtship 

In Harp B 38:256 
Jim Fancy's Waterloo 
In Mountain woman 
Cosmopol 17: 211 
Jock, the chipmunk 

1)1 Ickery Ann 
Lady of yesterday 

In Mountain woman 
McCulloughs of the bluff 

In Ickery Ann 
Madonna of the desert 
/;; Howells,W. D., and Alden, H. Al. 
Under the sunset 
Harper in: 507 
Mess of pottage 

In Pippins and cheese 
Message of the lilies 

In Ickery Ann 
Michigan man 
/;( Mountain woman 
Lippinc 47:394 
Mountain woman 

In Mountain woman 
Mozart, a fantasy 
In Atlan 90: 634 



16 



264 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Peattie, Elia Wilkinson — Co)(//)na'(/. 
On tile northern ice 

In Shape of fear 
Piano next door 

In Shape of fear 
Price of a dinner 

In Pippins and cheese 
Princess dines 

In Pippins and cheese 
Resuscitation 

In Mountain woman 
Room of evil thought 

In Shape of fear 
Rubaiyat and the liner 

In Howells, W. D., and Alden, H. 1,1. 
Quaint courtships 
Harp B 3,3: 1360 
Shape of fear 

In Shape of fear 
Shehens' houn' dogs 

In Reader 10: 72) 
Shut-ins 

In Ickery Ann 
Spectral collie 

In Shape of fear 
Stage coach 

In Atlan 93 : 786 
Stop gap 

In Pippins and cheese 
Story of an obstinate corpse 

/;; Shape of fear 
Story of the vanishing patient 

In Shape of fear 
Tarts 

In Ickery Ann 
Their dear little ghost 

In Shape of fear 
Thorold Viborg 

In Atlan 91: 228 
Three Johns 

In Mountain woman 
Tommy, the beach cat 

In Ickery Ann 
Two pioneers 

In Mountain woman 
Up the gulch 

In Mountain woman 
Wilderness station 

In Munsey 29: 272 
With scrip and stafif 

In With scrip and stafif 
Wooing of Fan Tod 

In Ickery Ann 
Peculiar case. Maupassant, G. de 
Peddler. Maupassant, G. dc 
Peer and heiress. Besant, W. 
Peg Woflington. Reade, C. 
Peggy. Brown, A. 

Peggy's possum hunt. Harrison, C. C. 
Peggy's summer. Bacon, J. D. 
Pelican. Wharton, E. 

Pemberton, Max, 1863- 
Daughtcr of Venice 

In Signors of the niglit 
Golden ashes 

In Signors of the night 
Haunted gondola 

In Signors of the night 



"Little Huguenot," a romance of Fon- 
tainebleau 
In "Little Huguenot'' 

Miracle of bells 
/;; Signors of the night 

Risen dead 

In Signors of the night 

Sermon for clowns 

In Signors of the night 

W'hite wings to the raven 
In Signors of the night 

Wolf of Cisnion 

/;; Signors of the night 
Penalty of greatness. MacManus, S. 
Penalty of greatness. Miller, A. D. 
Penance of John Emmet. Quiller-Couch, 

A. T. 
Penance of John Logan. Black, W. 
Pendulum. Henry, O. 
Penelope in Venice. Wiggin, K. D. 
Penelope's Christmas gift. Jordan, E. G. 
Penguin's rock. Maupassant, G. de 
Penitent. Stevenson, R. L. 
Penitent of Cross village. Catherwood, M. H. 
Penitent sinner. See Tolstoi, L. N. Repent- 
ant sinner 
Penrod and the pageant. Tarkington, B. 
Pension Beaurepas. James, H. 
Pension love story. Herrick, R. 
Peony. Freeman, M. E. \V. 
People from the east. Duncan, N. 
People of our neighborhood. Freeman, M. 

E. W. 
People's saviour. Zangwill, I. 
Pepita. King, C. 
Pepper and salt. Pyle, H. 
Peradventure. See Parker, G. By that place 

called Peradventure 
Perchance to dream. Hopkins, M. S. B. 
Perchance to dream. Matthews, J. B. 
Percival Perceforest's tale of Eugenia and 

Galeotto. Hewlett, M. 
Percy and the prophet. Collins, W. 
Perdita. Hawthorne, H. 
Perdita's lovers. Le Gallienne, R. 
Pere Antoine's date-palm. Aldrich, T. B. 
Pere Champagne. Parker, G. 
Pere Raphael. Cable, G. W. 
Percat Rochus. Fogazzaro, A. 
Perfect gentleman of Pelham Bay Park. 

Morris, G. 
Perfect tale. Cutting, M. S. 
Perfect tribute. Andrews, M. R. S. 
Perfect woman. Wyatt, E. F. 
Perhaps it didn't matter. Fernald, C. B. 
Peridore and Paravail. Sec Hewlett, M. H. 

Dan Costard's tale 
Perilous amour. Weynian, S. J. 
Perilous incognito. Boyescn, H. H. 
Perils of a studio. Moulton, L. C. 
Perils of certain English prisoners. Dick- 
ens, C. 
Periwinkle, l-'ggleston, ¥.. 
Perjured Santa Clans. Kelly, M. 
Permanent husband. Dostoievski, F. M. 
Perpendicular railroad. Warman, C. 
Perrault, Charles, 1628-1703 

lU'auty and the beast 
In b'airy talcs [Dutton] 

Tapi)an. E. M. ChiUIreii's Hour i: 
149 (.'\daptcd) 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



265 



Benevolent frog 

In Fairy talcs [Button] 
Bluebeard 
In Fairy tales [Button] 

Perrault's fairy tales [Estes] 
Tappan, E. M. Children's Hour i : 

123 (adapted) 
Warner library 
Cinderella 
In Fairy tales [Button] 

Perrault's fairy tales [Estes] 
Tappan, P2. M. Children's Hour i: 
loi (adapted) 
Fairies 
In Fairy tales [Button] 

Perrault's fairy tales [Estes] 
Little Red Riding Hood 
I}i Fairy tales [Button] 

Perrault's fairy tales [Estes] 
Tappan, E. M. Children's Hour i : 

3 (adapted) 
Warner library 
Little Thunibling 

III Fairy talcs [Button] 

Perrault's fairy tales [Estes] 
Master Cat; or, Puss in boots 

In Fairy tales [Button] 
Princess Rosette 

In Fairy tales [Button] 
Puss in boots 

In Fairy tales [Button] 

Perrault's fairy tales [Estes] 
Tappan, E. M. Children's Hour i: 
86 (adapted) 
Riquet of the tuft 
In Fairy tales [Button] 

Perrault's fairy tales [Estes] 
Sleeping beauty 
In Fairy tales [Button] 

Perrault's fairy tales [Estes] 
Tappan, E. M. Children's Hour i: 

116 (adapted) 
Warner library 
Perry, Bliss, 1860- 
At Sesenheim 

/;; Salem Kittredge 
By the committee 

In Powers at play 
By the 111 

In Salem Kittredge 
Commonest possible story 
In Salem Kittredge 

Stories of New York (Stories from 

Scribner) 
Scrib M 11: 257 
Czar's diamond 
In Salem Kittredge 
Scrib M 9:753 
Fish-warden of Madrid 
In Powers at play 
Harper 97:423 
His word of honor 
In Powers at play 
Cent 56: 722 
In the Rip 

In Powers at play 
Incident of the British ambassador 
In Powers at play 
McClure 10: 165 



Incorrigible poet 
In Salem Kittredge 
Scrib M 15: 22 

Jepson's third adjective 
In Powers at play 

Lombardy poplars 
In Salem Kittredge 

Madame Annalena 
In Powers at play 
Scrib M 19: 97 

Number three 
In Salem Kittredge 

Peacemaker 
In Scrib M 26: 643 

Phenix 

In Salem Kittredge 

Salem Kittredge, thcologue 
In Salem Kittredge 
Scrib M 2: 419, 591 

White blackbird 
In Powers at play 
Perry Chumley's eclipse. Bierce, A. 
Persecution of a pup. Warman, C. 
Persecution of Bob Pretty. Jacobs, W. W. 
Persistence of Coonie Schnable. Singmas- 

ter, E. 
Personal offering. Stetson, G. E. C. 
Personality plus. Ferber, E. 
Persons of the tale. Stevenson, R. L. 
Perturbed spirits. Matthews, J. B. 
Peruvian. Gibbon, P. 
Perverse generation. Stetson, G. E. C. 
Perverseness of it. Hawkins, A. H. 
Pet fairy. Scribe, A. E. 
Pete and Pete. Phillpotts, E. 
Peter Goldthwaite's treasure. Hawthorne, N. 
Peter Griggs. See Smith, F. H. Beguiling 

of Peter Griggs 
Peter Jenkins, tlie poulterer. Mitford, M. R. 
Peter Rugg, the missing man. Austin, W. 
Peter Schlemihl; the shadowless man. 

Chamisso, A. von 
Peter Schroeder. Harte, B. 
Peter the parson. Woolson, C. F. 
Peter Wright: mail carrier. Grenfell, W. T. 
Peter's pence. Jacobs, W. W. 
Petey Burke and his pupil. Ralph, J. 
Le petit. French, A. W. 
Petit Pierre. Sherwood, M. P. 
Petit Soulier; third story. Mitchell, B. G. 
"Petrel" and the 'Black Swan" 

In Stories by English authors, The sea 
Petrified man. Clemens, S. L. 
Pettibone. brolly. Bunner, H. C. 
Petty larceny. Stuart, R. M. 
Pewee. Henry, O. 
Phantom. Bennett, E. A. 
Phantom city. Osbourne, L. 
Phantom face; a story for Christmas. 

Moulton, L. C. 
Phantom lover. Paget, V. 
Phantom motor. Futrelle, J. 
Phantom of Bogue Holauba. Craddock, 

C. E. 
Phantom 'rickshaw. Kipling, R. 
Phantoms: a fantasy. Turgenev, I. S. 
Phantoms of the foot-bridge. Craddock, 

C. E. 
Pharais. Sharp, W. 
Pharaoh. Kielland, A. L. 



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Pharaoh's harvest. Hale, E. E. 

Pliaro bank. Hoffman, E. T. W. 

Phebe Ann Little. Freeman, M. E. W. 

Phelps, Elizabeth Stuart. See Ward, E. S. P. 

Phenix. Perry, B. 

Phil FoRarty. Thackeray, W. M. 

Philanthropic whisper. Lefevre, E. 

Philanthropist. Bacon, J. D. 

Philip Marthas. Bikelas, D. 

Philip Slevin's queer courting. MacMan- 

us, S. 
Philip Vasilyevich's story. Gorky, M. 
Philip Vernon, a tale in prose and verse. 

Mitchell, S. W. 
Fhilippa's nervous prostration. Wiggm, 

K. D. 
Philistine in Bohemia. Henry, O. 
Phillpotts, Eden, 1862- 
Aaron Macklchouse 
In Belgravia 60:66 
/Adventure of Corkey and Mr. Tupper 
V In Cent 84:558 
7*rtK'enturer's story 

In Pall Mall M 28:306 
'"Alas! poor ghost" 

In Fancy free 
Another little heath-hound 

In Striking hours 
Apostates 

In Eng R 15:343 
Archdeacon and the deinosaurs 

In Fancy free 
Artfulness of Steggles 

In Human boy 
Babenay 

/;; Tales of the tenements 
Bankruptcy of Bannister 

In Atlan 100: 168 
Bellaford 

In Tales of the tenements 
Benjamin's mess 

In Knock at a venture 
Best of three falls 
In Striking hours 
Bills 

In Fancy free 
Biography of Peter Parkinson 

In Fancy free 
Brownberry 

In Talcs of the tenements 
Browne, Bradwell, and me 
1)1 Human boy 
Idler 12:21 
Buckenecrs 

In Human boy 
Cabin-boy 

In Folk afield 
Celestial chat 

In Fancy free 
Chemistry class 

In Human boy 
"Cherry ripe" 

In Striking hours 
Concerning Corkey Minimus 

hi Human boy 
Ccjnccrning Papa^acky 
In Belgravia 62: 369 
Curban 

In Knock at a venture 
Crazy well 

In Tales of the tenements 



Cross-ways 

In Knock at a venture 
Pall Mall M 24:20 
Cup of the Caldera 

/;/ Folk afield 
Death of Augustc Chatenay 
/); Tales of the tenements 
Devil's tight rope 

In Striking hours 
Diary of a perfect gentleman 

In Fancy free 
Doctor Dunston's howler 

In Human boy 
Dunnabridge 

/;; Talcs of the tenements 
Dury 

/;; Tales of the tenements 
Earthquake-child 
In Folk afield 
Cent 70: 398 
First word 

In Fancy free 
Flitting of Nancy Weber 

In Tales of the tenements 
"Freckles" and Frenchy 

In Human boy 
Game of life 

In Fancy free 
Ghost of Miser Brimpson 

In Tales of the tenements 
Gibbet hill 

In Harper 120: 699 
Gideon's front tooth 

In Human boy 
Grasse widow 

In Folk afield 
Great and little Sherberton 

In Talcs of the tenements 
Greensmith's charade 

In Fancy free 
Half-brothers 

In Talcs of the tenements 
Hartland 

In Tales of the tenements 
Headstone of the corner 

In Lippinc 85: 720 
Horseshoe 

In Outlook 81 : 482 
Hyacinthe and Honorine 
In Folk afield 
Atlan 98:296 
"I'll do it if you will' 

In Tales of the tenements 
McClure 33- ^5 
In the king's chamI?cF 

In Folk afield 
Inoculation day 
In Fancy free 
Intervention 

In Idler 29: 163, 291 
Iron pine-apple 

/;; Forum 43: 486 
Jacky-toad 

In Fancy free 
lane and John 

In Folk afield 
Johnson's Boswell 

In Fancy free 
Jonas and Dinah 

/)/ Knock at a venture 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



267 



Joseph 

In Knock at a venture 
Cent 65:39 
Justice of the peace 

In Striking hours 
Last straw 

In Talcs of the tenements 
Putnam's 6:578 
Laughter Hole 

In Tales of the tenements 
Maiden bell 

In Striking hours 
Mate of the "Bunch o' keys 

In Fancy free 
Merripit 

In Talcs of the tenements 
Morrant's half-sovereign 
In Human boy 
CornhiU 75:487 
Mother for heroes 

In Tales of the tenements 
Mother of the violets 

In Ind 55: 1443 
Mound by the way 

In Knock at a venture 
Mound by the way 
Nine musketeers 
In Fancy free 
Nuzhat 

In Folk afield 
Odd money 

In Ind 59: 80 
Old shrine 

In Folk afield 
Old Testament man 

In Striking hours 
One horse yarn 

In Idler 2:21 
Orange lily 

In Putnam's 7: 353 
Our fathers have told us 

In Critic 44:504 
Pete and Pete 
In Folk afield 
"Pickaxe, and a spade, a spade" 
In Knock at a venture 
McClure 22:276 
Piebald rat 
In Human boy 
Idler 10: 430 
"Pierrotin" from Paris 

In Folk afield 
Pilgrimage to Pigna 

In Folk afield 
Point of view 

In Cent 82:691 
Policeman Peter 

In Tales of the tenements 
Practical joke 

In Putnam's 7- 219 
Prince Hall 

In Tales of the tenements 
Protest of the wing dormitory 
In Human boy 
Idler 10:184 
Providence and Tim Mudge 
In Striking hours 
Argosy 73' I53 
Quite out of the common 
In Fancy free 



Red Riding-hoods 

In Pall Mall M 28:450 
Red rose 

In Striking hours 

Pall Mall M 20: 435 
Revenge 

In Tales of the tenements 
Rope 

In Lippinc 89: 80 
Ruby humming-bird 

In Eng Illust ii:377 
Runnage and PeshuU 

In Talcs of the tenements 
Sacrifice 

In Fancy free 
Sam of Sorrow Corner 
In Striking hours 

Pall Mall M 20: 149 
Skipper's Bible 
In Folk afield 

Good words 35 : 242 
Snow-storm 

In Tales of the tenements 
Souvenir de Maupassant 

In Folk afield 
Spectre's dilemma 

In Idler i: I94 
Stannon 

In Tales of the tenements 
Star o' Boston 

In Fancy free 
Story without an end 

In Fancy free 
Summer clouds 

In Summer clouds 
Three birds with one stone 

In Outing 43: 336 
Three shots 

In Tales of the tenements 
To Giglet market 

In Striking hours 
Told to chaplain 

In Striking hours 
Tom Tit 

In Summer clouds 
Transmigrations of Tarver 

In Fancy free 
Traveller's tale 

In Knock at a venture 
Two farmers 

In Cent 81 : 823 
Two widows 

In Knock at a venture 
Cent 83:836 
Walna 

In Tales of the tenements 
Wise woman of Walna 

In Tales of the tenements 
Witch 

In Striking hours 
With bell, book, and candle 
In Knock at a venture 
Pall Mall M 25:475 
Zagabog 

In Fancy free 
Philopena. Stockton, F. R. 
Philosopher. Maupassant, G. de 
Philosopher in the apple orchard. HaW' 

kins, A. H. 
Philosopher's joke. Jerome, J. K. 
Philosopher's pendulum. Lindau, R. 



268 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Philosopher's scales. Taylor, J. 

Philosophy at home. Chekhov, A. P. 

Philosophy 4. Wister, O. 

Philosophy of relative existences. Stock- 
ton, F. R. 

Phoebe, Henry, O. 

Phoebus on Halzaphron. Quillcr-Coiich, 
A. T. 

Phoenix. Strindberg, J. A. 

Phonograph. Harris, J. C. 

Phonograph and the graft. Henry, O. 

Photographer and philosopher. Sec Strind- 
berg, J. A. Photography and pliilosophy 

Photography and philosophy. Strindberg, 
J. A. 

Phyllis of the Sierras. Hartc, B. 

Physician who healed himself: a crime doc- 
tor story. Hornung, E. W. 

Physiologist's wife. Doyle, A. C. 

La Pia. Bourget, P. 

Piano next door. Peattie, E. W. 

Picayune. Stuart, R. M. 

Piccino. See Burnett, F. IT. Two days in 
the life of Piccino 

Picciola. Saintine, J. X. B. 

Pichou. Van Dyke, H. 

Pickaxe. Morris, G. 

"Pickaxe, and a spade, a spade." Phill- 
potts, E. 

Picker and piler. Willis, N. P. 

Picketts. Chambers, R. W. 

Pickled herring. Jacobs, W. W. 

Picnic party. Smith, H. 

Picture. Reade, C. 

Picture-taker. Singmaster, E. 

Piebald rat. Phillpotts, E. 

Piece of bread. Coppee, F. 

Piece of good fortune. Dyar, M. 

Piece of land. Harris, J. C. 

Piece of red calico. Stockton, F. R. 

Piece of steak. London, J. 

Piece of string. Maupassant, G. dc 

Pierre and Camille. Musset, A... de 

Pierre and Jean. Maupassant, G. de 

Pierre-de-la-Baraque. Delattre, L. 

Pierre Grassou. Balzac, H. de 

Pierre's soul. Ohnet, G. 

Pierrette. Balzac H. de 

Pierrot. Maupassant, G. de 

"Pierrotin" from Paris. Phillpotts, E. 

Pieshkov, Alexiei Maximovitch. See Gor- 
ky, M. 

Piet Naude's trek. Gibbon, P. 

Pig. Kipling, R. 

Pig and whistle. Gissing, G. R. 

Pike, A. 

Inroad of the Nabajo 
In Baldwin, C. S. American short sto- 
ries 

Pike's Peak or bust. Lefevre, E. 

Pilchards. Hale, E. E. 

Pilgrim. Chambers, R. W. 

Pilgrim chamber. Brown, A. 

Pilgrim of love. See Irving, W. Legend of 
Prince Ahmed al Kamcl 

Pilgrim on the Gila. Wister, O. 

Pilgrim sons. Fuller, H. B. 

Pilgrimage. Galsworthy, J. 

Pilgrimage to Pigna. Phillpotts, E. 

Pilgrims. More, H. 

Pilgrims to Mecca. Foote, M. H. 



Pillar of the cafe. Coppee, F. 

Pilot of Belle Amour. Parker, G. 

Pilot's troubles. Strindberg, J. A. 

Pimienta pancakes. Henry, O. 

Pine-tree shillings. Hawthorne, N. 

Pink shawls. Freeman, M. E. W. 

Pink tights and ginghams. Ferber, E. 

Pink villa. Woolson, C. F. 

Pinon Bill's blufif. Lewis, A. H. 

Pint's a pound. Bunner, H. C. 

Pioneers. Brofeldt, J. 

Piortr Petrovitch Karatacff. Turgenev, I. S. 

Pipe 

In Hawthorne, J. Library mystery and 
detective stories, English-Scotch 
Pipe of peace. Cameron, M. 
Piper of dreams. Huneker, J. G. 
Pipes o' Pan. Cameron, M. 
Pipi valley. Parker, G. 
Pirates of Santa Anna. Masefield, J. 
Pistol shot. Pushkin, A. S. [See also Meri- 

mee, P. tr.] 
Pit and the pendulum. Poe, E. A. 
Pit that they digged. Kipling, R. 
Place aux dames. Andrews, M. R. S. 
Plain case. Freeman, M. E. W. 
Plain Fin — Paper-hanger. Smith, F. H. 
Plain fishing. Stockton, F. R. 
Plain sister. Bikelas, D. 
Plain two-cent letter. Pratt, L. 
Plaisham. Mac^Ianus, S. 
Planchette. London, J. 
Planchette, story of the. See Moulton, L. C. 

Story of the planchette 
Plantation printer. Harris. J. C. 
Plantation witch. Harris, J. C. 
Planter's wife. Parker, G. 
P'laski's tunament. Page, T. N. 
Platonic bassoon. Field, E. 
Plattner story. Wells, H. G. 
Play. Maartens, M. 
Play house. See also Playhouse 
Play house. Brown, A. 
Play is not the thing. French, A. W. 
Play to the gallery. Andrews, M. R. S. 
Playhouse in the waste. Moore, G. 
A-playin' of old Sledge at the settlemint. 

Craddock. C. E. 
Playing a part. Matthews, J. B. 
Playing courier. Clemens, S. L. 
Playing with fire. Dojde, A. C. 
Play's the thing. Jordan, E. G. 
Play's the thing. Kelly, M. 
Plea. Glaspell, S. 

Pleasant evening. Chambers, R. W. 
Plodder's promotion. King, C. 
Plot in private life. Collins, W. 
Plot that failed. Bangs, J. K. 
Plough and the sword. Sigourncy, L. H. 
Ploughed lands. Austin, M. H. 
Ploughing-match. Mitford, M. R. 
Plumb idiot. Thanet, O. 
I'lumblossom Bccbe's adventures. Ralph, J. 
Plummcr kind. Donnell, A. H. 
Plunderer. Parker, G. 
Plutonian fire. Henrj-, O. 
Po' Sandy. Chcsnutt, C. W. 
Pocket-hunter's story. Austin, M. H. 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



269 



Poe, Edgar Allan, 1809-1847 
Angel of the odd 

In Complete works (Centenary) v 3; 

(Knickerbocker) v 6; (Virginia) v6 

Works (Cameo) v 7; (Woodberry) 

Article for Blackwood: a predicament 
/;/ Complete works (Centenary) v 5; 
(Knickerbocker) v 3; (Virginia) 

V 2 

Works (Cameo) v 10; ( Woodberry ~) 

V 4 
Assignation 

/;; Complete works (Centenary) v i; 

(Knickerbocker) v 2; (Virginia) v2 

Works (Cameo) v 6; (Woodberry) 

V I 

Tales [Century] 

Perry, B. Little masterpieces. Poe 
Balloon hoax 

III Complete works (Centenary) v 2; 

(Knickerbocker) v s; (Virginia) v 5 

Works (Cameo) v 3; (Woodberry) 

V 2 
Berenice 

In Complete works (Centenary) v i; 

(Knickerbocker) v 2; (Virginia) v 2 

Works (Cameo) v 6; (Woodberry) 

V I 

Southern Literary Messenger 1:333 
Black cat 

In Complete works (Centenary) v 2; 

(Knickerbocker) v 5; (Virginia) v5 

Works (Cameo) v 6; (Woodberry) 

V 2 

Tales [Century] 

Perry, B. Little masterpieces. Poe 
Bon-bon 

In Complete works (Centenary) v i; 
(Knickerbocker) v 2; (Virginia) V2 
Works (Cameo) v 7; (Woodberry) 
V4 
Business man 

In Complete works (Centenary) v 4; 
(Knickerbocker) v 4 
Works (Cameo) v 8; (Woodberry) 

V 4 

Cask of Amontillado 
In Complete works (Centenary) v 3; 
(Knickerbocker) v 6; (Virginia) v 6 
Works (Cameo) v 6; (Woodberry) 

V I 

Tales [Century] 

Perry, B. Little masterpieces. Poe 
Godey's M 1846 
Descent into the maelstrom 

In Complete works (Centenary) v 4; 

(Knickerbocker) v 4; (Virginia) v 2 

Works (Cameo) v 3; (Woodberry) 

V 2 

Tales [Century] 

Tappan, E. M. Children's Hour to: 

335 
Trent, W. P., and Henneman, J. B. 

Best American tales 
Warner library 
Devil in the belfry 

In Complete works (Centenary) v 5; 

(Knickerbocker) v 3; (Virginia) v 3 
Works (Cameo) v 8; (Woodberry) 

V 4 



Due d' rOmclette 
In Complete works (Centenary) v i; 
(Knickerbocker) v 2; (Virginia) V2 
Works (Cameo) v 7; (Woodberry) 

V 4 
Eleonora 

In Complete works (Centenary) v 4; 

(Knickerbocker) v 4; (Virginia) v 4 

Works (Cameo) v 6; (Woodberry) 

V I 

Poe's tales [Eaton] 
Facts in the case of M. Valdemar 

In Complete works (Centenary) v 3; 

(Knickerbocker) v 6; (Virginia) v6 

Works (Cameo) v S; (Woodberry) 

V 2 

Fall of the house of Usher 
In Complete works (Centenary) v i; 
(Knickerbocker) v 3; (Virginia) v 3 
Works (Cameo) v 6; (Woodberry) 

V I 

Tales [Century] 

Baldwin, C. S. American short sto- 
ries 

Perry, B. Little masterpieces. Poe 

Trent, W. P., and Henneman, J. B. 
Best American tales 

Warner library 
Four beasts in one 

/;; Complete works (Centenary) v i; 
(Knickerbocker) v 2; (Virginia) v 2 

Works (Cameo) v 7; (Woodberry) 

V 4 
Gold-bug 

In Complete works (Centenary) v 2; 

(Knickerbocker) v 5; (Virginia) v5 

Works (Cameo) v 5; (Woodberry) 

Monsieur Dupin [McClure] 

Poe's tales [Eaton] 

Tales [Century] 

Canby, H. S. Study of the short story 

Cody, S. Selection from the world's 
greatest short stories 

Hawthorne, J. Library mystery and 
detective stories, American 

Patten, W. International short sto- 
ries V I 

Perry, B. Little masterpieces. Poe 

Trent, W. P., and Henneman, J. B. 
Best American tales 

Hans Pfall. See Poe, E. A. Unparalled 
adventure of Hans Pfall 

Hop-frog 

In Complete works (Centenary) v 3; 

(Knickerbocker) v 6; (Virginia) v6 

Works (Cameo) v 7; (Woodberry) 

V I 

How to write a Blackwood article 

/;/ Complete works (Centenary) v 5; 

(Knickerbocker) v 3; (Virginia) v 2 

Works (Cameo) v 10; (Woodberry) 

V 4 

Imp of the perverse 

In Complete works (Centenary) v 3; 
(Knickerbocker) v 6; (Virginia) v6 
Works (Cameo) v 5; (Woodberry) 
v 2 



270 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Poe, Edgar Allan —rr')!/;;(Hr</. 
Journal of Julius Rodman 

In Complete works (Centenary) v 4; 

(Knickerbocker) v 5; (Virginia) v 4 

Works (Woodberry) v 4 

King Pest 

In Complete works (Centenary) v i ; 

(Knickerbocker) v 2; (Virginia) v 2 

Works (Cameo) v 7; (Woodberry) 

V 4 
Ligcia 

In Complete works (Centenary) v 5; 

(Knickerbocker) v 3; (Virginia) v 2 

^^'orks (Cameo) v 6; (Woodberry) 

V I 

Foe's tales [Eaton] 

Ferry, B. I.ittic masterpieces. Foe 

Lionizing 

In Complete works (Centenary) _ v i; 

(Knickerliocker) v 2; (Virginia) V2 

Works (Cameo) v 8; (Woodberry) 

V 4 

Literary life of Thingum Bob, Esq. 

In Complete works (Centenary) v 3; 

(Knickerbocker) v 6; (Virginia) v6 

Works (Cameo) v 10; (Woodberry) 

V 4 
Loss of breatb 

In Complete works (Centenary) v i; 

(Knickerbocker) v 2; (Virginia) v2 

Works (Cameo) v 8; (Woodberry) 

V 4 

Man of the crowd 
In Complete works (Centenary) v 4; 
(Knickerbocker) v 4; (Virginia) v 4 
Works (Cameo) v 5; (Woodberry) 

V 2 

Man that was used up 

In Complete works (Centenary) v i; 

(Knickerbocker) v 3; (Virginia) v 3 

Works (Cameo) v 8; (Woodberry) 

V 4 

Tales [Century] 
Ms. found in a bottle 

In Complete works (Centenary) v i; 

(Knickerbocker) v 2; (Virginia) v 2 

Works (Cameo) v 3; (Woodberry) 

V 2 

1'alcs [Century] 

Perry, B. Little masterpieces. Foe 

Masque of the Red Death 

In Complete works (Centenary) v 4; 

(Knickerbocker) v 4; (Virginia) v 4 

Works (Cameo) v 7; (Woodberry) 

V I 

Foe's tales [Eaton] 
Tales [Century] 

Canby, H. S. Study of tlie short story 
Mellonta Tanta 

/;; Complete works (Centenary) v 3: 

(Knickcrl)ockcr) v 6; (Virginia) v Ci 

Works (Cameo) v 3; (Woodberry) 

V 4 
Mesmeric revelation 

In Complete works (Centenary) v 2; 
(Knickerbocker) v 5; (Virginia) 

V S 

Works (Cameo) v 5; (Woodberry) 

V 2 
Mctzengerstein 

In Complete works (Centenary) v i; 
(Knickerbocker) v 2; (Virginia) v 2 



W^orks (Cameo) v 5; (Woodberry) 

A- I 

Southern Literary Messenger 2:97 
Morella 

In Complete works (Centenary) v 1; 

(Knickerbocker) v 2; (Virginia) v2 

Works (Cameo) v 6; (Woodberry) 

V I 

Murders in the Rue Morgue 

/;; Complete works (Centenary) v 4; 

(Knickerbocker) v 4; (Virginia) v 4 

Works (Cameo) v 4; (Woodberry) 

V 3 

Monsieur Dupin [McClurc] 
Tales [Century] 

Mabie, ?L W.. and Strachcy, L. 

Little masterpieces of fiction v i 

Mystery of Marie Rogct 

In Complete works (Centenary) v 2; 

(Knickerbocker) v 5; (Virginia) v5 

Works (Cameo) v 4; (Woodberry) 

V 3 

Tales [Century] 
Mystification 

In Complete works (Centenary) v 4; 

(Knickerbocker) v 4; (Virginia) v 4 

Works (Cameo) v 8; (Woodberry) 

V 3 

Never bet the devil your head 

/;; Complete works (Centenary) v 4; 

(Knickerbocker) v 4; (Virginia) v 4 

Works (Cameo) v^8; (Woodberry) 

V 4 
Oblong box 

In Coinplete works (Centenary) v 2; 

(Knickerbocker) v 5; (Virginia) v 5 

Works (Cameo) v 3; (Woodberry) 

v3 
Hawthorne, J. Library mystery and 

detective stories, American 
Godey's M 29: 132 
Oval portrait 

//; Complete works (Centenary) v 4; 

(Knickerbocker) v 4; (Virginia) v 4 

Works (Cameo) v 6; (Woodberry) 

V I 

Fit and the pendulum 
/;/ Complete works (Centenary) v 2; 
(Knickerbocker) v 5; (Virginia) v5 
Works (Cameo) v 6; (\\'oodberry) 

V I 

Tales [Century] 

Mabie. H. W., and Strachey, L. 

Little masterpieces of fiction v 5 

Predicament. See Poe, E. A. Article for 

Blackwood: a predicament 
Premature burial 
In Complete works (Centenary) v 2; 
(Knickerbocker) v 5; (Virginia) v5 
Works (Cameo) v 6; (Woodberry) 

V 3 
I'urloined letter 

In Complete works (Centenary) v 3; 

(Knickerbocker) v 6; (Virginia) v 6 

Works (Cameo) v 4: (Woodberry) 

V 3 

Monsieur Dupin [MoCIiirc] 
Foe's tales [ ICaton j 
Tales [Century] 

Nettlcton, G. E. Specimens of the 
short story 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



271 



Shadow — a parable 

In Complete works (Centenary) v i; 

(Knickerbocker) v 2; (Virginia) v 2 

Works (Cameo) v 6; (Woodberry) 

V I 

Poe's tales [Eaton] 
Silence — a fable 

In Complete works (Centenary) v 5; 

(Knickerbocker) v 3; (Virginia) v 2 

Works (Cameo) v 7; (Woodberry) 

V I 

Some words with a mummy 

In Complete works (Centenary) v 3; 

(Knickerbocker) v 6; (Virginia) v 6 

Works (Cameo) v 5; (Woodberry) 

V 2 
Spectacles 

/;( Complete works (Centenary) v 2; 

(Knickerbocker) v 5; (Virginia) vS 

Works (Cameo) v 8; (Woodberry) 

V 3 
Sphinx 

/;; Complete works (Centenary) v 3; 

(Knickerbocker) v 6; (Virginia) v 6 

Works (Cameo) v 4; (Woodberry) 

V 3 

System of Doctor Tarr and Professor 

Fether 

In Complete works (Centenary) v 3; 

(Knickerbocker) v 6; (Virginia) v6 

Works (Cameo) v 8; (Woodberry) 

V 3 

Tale of Jerusalem 

In Complete works (Centenary) v i; 

(Knickerbocker) v 2; (Virginia) v 2 

Works (Cameo) v 7; (Woodberry) 

V 4 

Southern Literary Messenger 2:313 
Tale of the ragged mountains 

/;; Complete works (Centenary) v 2; 

(Knickerbocker) v 5; (Virginia) v5 

Works (Cameo) v 3; (Woodberry) 

V I 

Tell-tale heart 

In Complete works (Centenary) v 2; 
(Knickerbocker) v 5; (Virginia) vS 
Works (Woodberry) v 2 
Tales [Century] 
Thou art the man 

In Complete works (Centenary) v 3; 

(Knickerbocker) v 6; (Virginia) v 5 

Works (Cameo) v 4; (Woodberry) 

V 3 

Monsieur Dupin [McClure] 

Thousand and second tale of Scheherazade 

In Complete works (Centenary) v 3; 

(Knickerbocker) v 6; (Virginia) v6 

Works (Cameo) v 7; (Woodberry) 

V 2 

Three Sundays in a week 

/;; Complete works (Centenary) v 4; 

(Knickerbocker) v 4; (Virginia) v 4 

Works (Cameo) v 8; (Woodberry) 

V 4 

Unparalleled adventure of Hans Pfaall 
In Complete works (Centenary) v i; 
(Knickerbocker) v 2; (Virginia) v 2 
Works (Cameo) v 3; (Woodberry) 

V 2 

Von Kempelen and his discovery 

In Complete works (Centenary) v 3; 
(Knickerbocker) v 6; (Virginia) v6 



Works (Cameo) v 5; (Woodberry) 

V 4 

AVhy the little Frenchman wears his hand 

in a sling 

In Complete works (Centenary) v 4; 

(Knickerbocker) v 4; (Virginia) v 4 

Works (Cameo) v 8; (Woodberry) 

V 4 
William Wilson 

In Complete works (Centenary) v i; 
(Knickerbocker) v 3; (Virginia) v 3 
Works (Cameo) v 5; (Woodberry) 
v 2 
X-ing a paragraph 

/;; Complete works (Centenary) v 3; 

(Knickerbocker) v 6; (Virginia) v 6 

W^orks (Cameo) v 8; (Woodberry) 

V 4 

Poe's Raven in an elevator. Loomis, C. B. 

Poems in prose. Turgenev, I. S. 

Poet and the courtesan. Coppee, F. 

Poet and the peasant. Henry, O. 

Poet Mistral. Daudet, A. 

Poet of Sierra Flat. Harte, B. 

Poet of the Jumping Sand-hills. Hornung, 

E. W. 

Poet, take thy lute. Le Gallienne, R. 

Poetess. Freeman, M. E. W. 

Poetess in spring. Brown, A. 

Poet's portmanteau. Gissing, G. 

Point o' Bugles. See Parker, G. At Point 

o' Bugles 
Point of ethics. Jordan, E. G. 
Poin*-of honor. Conrad, J. 
Point of honor. Smith, F. H. 
Point of view. Bacon, J. D. 
Point of view. James, H. 
Point of view. Phillpotts, E. 
Poisoned ice. Quiller-Couch, A. T. 
Polargno. See Stockton, F. R. Story of 

Polargno 
Policeman Peter. Phillpotts, E. 
Polikushka. Tolstoi, L. N. 
Political dinner. Bates, A. 
Political economy. Clemens, S. L. 
Political tip. Andrews, M. R. S. 
Polity of nature. Herrick, R. 
Pollock, Walter, Herries, 1850- 

Edged tools. Sec Matthews, J. B., and 
Pollock, W. H. 

Mated by magic. See Matthews, J. B., 
and Pollock, W. H. 

Sir Jocelyn's cap. See Besant, W.. and 
Pollock, W. H. 
Pollock and the Porrah. Wells, H. G. 
Pollv: a Christmas recollection. Page. 

T.' X. 
Polly Townsend's rebellion. Cutting, M. S. 
Pomegranate seeds. Hawthorne, N. 
Pomona. Castle, A., and Castle, E. 
Pomona and Tonas tell a story. Stockton, 

F. R. 

Pomona takes the helm at Rudder Grange. 

Stockton, F. R. 
Pomona's bridal trip. Stockton, F. R. 
Pomona's daughter. Stockton, F. R. 
Pomp of the Lavillettes. Parker. G. 
Pompe funebre. Chambers. R. W. 
Pontiac's lookout. Catherwood, M. H. 
Poodle of Monsieur Gaillard. Janvier, T. A. 
Poor Andrew. Maupassant, G. de 
Poor Clare. Gaskell, E. C. 



272 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Poor clear mamma. Kipling, R. 

Poor, dear Margaret Kirby. Norris, K. 

Poor-devil author. Irving, W. 

Poor gentleman. Gissing, G. R. 

Poor Harry. Norris, W. E. 

Poor Joanna. Jewett, S. O. 

Poor Mis.s Huntington. Benson, E. F. 

Poor Ogla-Moga. Lloyd, D. D. 

Poor relation's story. Dickens, C. 

Poor Richard. James. H. 

Poor rule. Henry, O. 

Poor stick. Morrison, A. 

Poor thing. Stevenson, R. L. 

Pope is dead. Daudet, A. 

Pope Jacynth. Paget, V. 

Pope's mule. Daudet, A. 

Poppies and wheat. Alcott, L. M. 

Poppies in tlie wheat. Geroiild, K. F. 

Popsy. Jackson, H. H. 

Popular legends. Tolstoi, L. N. 

Popularity of Tompkins. Gray, D. 

Port. Maupassant, G. dc 

Port of many ships. Masefield, J. 

Port of missing ships. Spears, T. R. 

Port Royal twister. Masefield, J. 

Porter, Sydney. Sec Henry, Q., pseud. 

Porter, William Sydney. Sec Henry, C, 

pseud. 
Portion of the tempest. Wright, M. T. 
Portrait of the youngest. Cutting. M. S. 
Portrait. Gogol, N. V. 
Portrait. Maupassant, G. de 
Portrait. Oliphant, M. W. 
Portrait. Wharton, E. 
Portrait of a lady. Jerome, J. K. 
Portrait of Mr. W. H. Wilde, O. 
Positive romance. Bellamy, E. 
Posson Jonc. Cable, G. W. 
Post, Melville Davisson, 1871- 
Corpus delicti 
/;; Hawthorne, J. Library mystery and 
detective stories, American 
Post-box. Bazin, R. 
Post in a storm. Macdonald, G. 
Post on wheels. Barrie, J. M. 
Posthumous. Merrick, L. 
Posthumous fame; or, A legend of the 

beautiful. Allen, J. L. 
Posthumous papers of the hermit, Fedor 

Kusmich. Tolstoi, L. N. 
Postlude. Trumbull, A. E. 
Postmistress of Knockagar. MacManus S 
Postmistress of Laurel Run. Harte, B.' 
Pot-boiler. Wharton, E. 
Pot of caviare. Doyle, A. C. 
Pot of frightful doom. Fernald, C B 
Pot of gold. Austin. M. H. 
Pot of gold. Freeman, M. E. W 
Pot of jam. Smith, F. H. 
Pot of tulips. O'Brien, F. 
Potted princess. Kipling, R. 
Pott's painless cure. Bellamy, E. 
Pound of cure; a story of Monte Carlo. 

Bishop, W. H. 
Poussette. Guida 
Power of eloquence (Japanese) 

In Hawthorne, J. Library mystery and 
detective stories. Oriental 
Power of the child. Watson, J. 
Powerful drug. Barrie, J. M. 



Practical care of a fairy. French, A. W. 
Practical joke. Maupa.^sant, G. de 
Practical joke. Phillpotts, E. 
Practical view of things. Harris, J. C. 
Practice makes perfect. Morris, 'g. 
Prairie vagabond. Parker, G. 
Praline woman. Dunbar, A. 
Pratt, Cornelia Atwood. Sec Comer, C. A. P. 
Pratt, Lucy 
Across tiic creek 

In Atlan 102: 803 
Beast of the deepest woods 

In Ezckiel expands 
Book for mothers 
/;/ Ezekiel 

McClure 30: 502 
Color-bcarcr 
In Ezekiel 

McClure 30: 309 
Color line 

In Ezekiel expands 
Entrance of Ezekiel 
In Ezekiel 

McClure 29: 17 
Ezekiel in exile 
In Ezekiel 

McClure 30: 26 
Ezekiel in transit 
In Ezekiel 

McClure 29: 415 
Ezekiel promises 
In Ezekiel 

McClure 30:557 
Ezekiel refuses 

In Ezekiel expands 
Ezekiel's Mis' Simons 

In Ezekiel 
Felix tells a story 
In Am M 69: 353 
Generals and Number Seven 

In Cent 78: 404 
Gentleman with the green tie 
In Ezekiel expands 
Atlan 112:812 
Heirs of fate 

In Ezekiel expands 
His need of Mis' Simmons 
In Ezekiel 

McClure 31: 432 
In charge of Trusty 
In Ezekiel 

McClure 31:32 
In Goose alley 

/;; Atlan 102: 203 
Interrupted reign of Queenie 
In Ezekiel 

Am M 64:474 
Leader of his people 
Jn Ezekiel expands 
Little hopping frog 
In Ezekiel expands 
Atlan 108: 396 
Little number ones 
In Ezekiel expands 
McClure 39: 308 
Meditations of Marcus Artclius 

In Cent 81:800 ' 
Mis' Simous's protector 
In Ezekiel 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



273 



Mistletoe bough 
In Ezekiel 

McClure 32: 128 

Mrs. Burr's baby 
In Am M 71: 526 

Outside 
In Ezekiel expands 

Plain two-cent letter 
In Harper 123: 733 

Talking wave 
III Atlan 108:818 

Transplanting of Cherry 
In Outlook 90: 879 

Unacquainted one 
In Ezekiel expands 

When farther ran for mayor 
In Am M 73: 340 
Prayer. Maartens, M. 
Preacher. Grenfell, W. T. 
Preacher's love story. Garland, H. 
Preachin' on Kingdom Come. Fox, J., jr. 
Preaching that is preaching. Harris, J. C. 
Predicament. See Poe, E. A. Article for 

Blackwoods; a predicament 
Preliminaries. Comer, C. A. 
Premature burial. Poe, E. A. 
Premier pas. Hornung, E. W. 
Preposterous motive. Glaspell, S. 
Presence. Ward, E. S. P. 
Present at a hanging. Bierce, A. 
Pretended mistress. Balzac, H. de 
Pretenders. Bacon, J. D. 
Pretext. Wharton, E. 
Pretty Pierre. Parker, G. 
Pretty sister of Jose. Burnett, F. H. 
Previous engagement; a comedy. Howells, 

W. D. 
Prevost, Eugene Marcel, 1862- 

Woman and the cat 
In Patten, W. International short sto- 
ries V 3 
Price. Overton, G. 

Price I paid for a set of Ruskin. Litch- 
field, G. D. 
Price of a dinner. Peattie, E. W. 
Price of blood. Pyle, H. 
Price of life. Scribe, A. E. 
Price of peace. Hopkins, M. S. B. 
Price of romance. Herrick, R. 
Price of the grindstone and the drum. 

Parker, G. 
Price of the harness. Crane, S. 
Price of the past participle. Cameron, M. 
Pride of Moses Grant. Moulton, L. C. 
Pride of the cities. Henry, O. 
Pride of the village. Irving, W. 
Priest in spite of himself. Kipling, R. 
Priestess of Amen Ra. Viele, H. K. 
Priestly prerogative. London, J. 
Priest's tale. Bikelas, D. 
Primer of imaginary geography. Matthews, 

J. B. 
Primrose sphinx. Zangwill, I. 
Prince Alberic and the snake lady. Paget, 

V. 
Prince; another lion. Haggard, H. R. 
Prince Bull, a fairy tale. Dickens, C. 
Prince consort. Hawkins, A. H. 
Prince Coresco's duel. Norris, W. E. 



Prince Fairy-foot. Sec Burnett, F. H. 

Story of I'rince Fairy-foot 
Prince Hall. Phillpotts, E. 
Prince Hassak's march. Stockton, F. R. 
Prince in the fairy tale. Merrick, L. 
Prince Lazy Boots. Mitchell, S. W. 
Prince Little Boy. Mitchell, S. W. 
Prince of Abyssinia's post-bag. Quiller- 

Couch, A. T. 
Prince of Bohemia. Balzac, H. de 
Prince of Georgia. Ralph, J. 
Prince of illusion. Long, J. L. 
Prince of thieves. Dumas, A. 
Prince of Wales's own Donegal militia. 

MacManus, S. 
Prince Roman.' See Conrad, J. Aristocrat 
Prince Roseleaf and a girl from Kansas. 

Michelson, M. 
Prince Toto. Craigic, P. M. T. 
Prince's feather. Freeman, M. E. W. 
Prince's little sweetheart. Jackson, H. H. 
Princess. Chekhov, A. P. 
Princess Aline. Davis, Richard H. 
Princess and the jewel doctor. Hichens, 

R. S. 
Princess and the microbe. Sherwood, M. P. 
Princess and the puma. Henry, O. 
Princess Bob and her friends. Harte, B. 
Princess dines. Peattie, E. W. 
Princess I-would-I-wot-not. Hopkins, 

M. S. B. 
Princess Joceliande. Mason, A. E. W. 
Princess Leiladin. Ebner-Eschenbach, M. 

von 
Princess of i^)abylon. Voltaire, F. M. de A. 
Princess of Make-believe. Donnell, A. H. 
Princess Pourquoi. Sherwood, M. P. 
Princess Rosalba. Tracy, V. 
Princess Rosetta and the pop-corn man. 

Freeman, M. E. W. 
Princess Rosette. Perrault, C. 
Princess who wanted the moon. Hopkins, 

W. J. 
Princesse. Maartens, M. 
Princess's mirror. Le Gallienne, R. 
Princess's tragedy. Thackeray, W. M. 
Principal boy. Zangwill, I. 
Prior of Modena. Bandello, M. 
Prioress of Ambresbury's tale of Saint Ger- 

vase of Plessy. See Hewlett, M. Saint 

Gervaise 
Priscilla. Eggleston, E. 
Priscilla. Seawell, M. E. 
Priscilla. Spofford, H. P. 
Priscilla's love-story. Spofford, H. P. 
Priscilla's maying. Silberrad, U. L. 
Prism. Freeman, M. E. W. 
Prisoned soul. Garland, H. 
Prisoner. Galsworthy, J. 
Prisoner. Parker, G. 

Prisoner in the Caucasus. Tolstoi, L. N. 
Prisoner of Zembla. Henry, O. 
Prisoners. Maupassant, G. de 
Prisoners of war. Quiller-Couch, A. T. 
Prisoner's van. Dickens, C. 
Private history of a campaign that failed. 

Clemens, S. L. 
Private history of the jumping frog. Clem- 
ens, S. L. 
Private Learoyd's stor}'. Kipling, R. 
Private life. James, H. 



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Private soldier. Brown, A. 

Private theatricals. Howells, W. D. 

Private's honor. See JIarte, B. Stories 
three 

Privy councillor. Chekhov, A. P. 

Prize money. Jacobs, W. W. 

Prize of propriety. Bunncr, II. C. 

Pro bono publico. Chambers, R. W. 

Pro tempore. \\'right, M. T. 

Probationer. Watson, J. 

Problem in honor. Thanet, O. 

Problem in portraiture. Bates, A. 

Problem of life. Bjornson, B. 

Procession of life. Hawthorne, N. 

Procession of umbrellas. Smith, F. H. 

Prodigal. Foote, M. H. 

Prodigal daughter. Crockett. S. R. 

Prodigal daughter. White, W. A. 

Prodigal father. Harland, H. 

Prodigal imp. Bacon, J. D. 

Prodigal son. Hogg, J. 

Prodigals economize. Tracy, V. 

Professional episode. Morrison,' A. 

Professionals. Tracy, V. 

Professor. Davis, C. B. 

Professor. Thackeray, W. M. 

Professor and the harpy. Weyman, S. J. 

Professor No No. Osbourne, L. 

Professor's chance. Herrick, R. 

Professor's commencement. Cather, W. S. 

Profile. Cather, W. S. 

Profitable business. Maupassant, G. dc 

Progress. Galsworthy, J. 

Prolificacy. Strindberg, J. A. 

Prologue to the cigar "divan. Stevenson. 
R. L. 

Promise. Donncll, A. H. 

Promise. Maartens, M. 

Promise of marriage. Gaboriau, E. 

Promised land. Wister, O. 

Promises of Dorothea. Dcland, M. 

Proof of the pudding. Henry, O. 

Proper thing. Tracy, V. 

Property-man. Tarkington. B. 

Prophetess of the land of No-Smokc. Man- 
ning, M. 

Prophetic pictures. Hawthorne, N. 

Prophetic romancer. Slosson, A. T. 

Prophet's paradise. Chambers, R. W. 

Propriety Pratt, hypnotist. Lewis, A. H. 

Prosecution of Mrs. Dullet. Page. T. N. 

Prospector. White, S. E. 

Prosper's old mother. Harte, B. 

Protegee of Jack Hamlin's. Harte, B. 

Protest of the Wing dormitory. Phill- 
potts, E. 

Prothalamion. Herrick, R. 

Proud goat of Aloysius Pankburn. Lon- 
don, J. 

Proud king. Morris, W. fEdgarl 

Proud little grain of wheat. Burnett, F. H. 

Provence rose. Ouida 

Providence and the guitar. Ste\cnson, R. L. 

Providence and Tim Mudgc. Phillpotts, E. 

Provident children. Morris, G. 

Providential invitation. Bierce, A. 

Providential match. Cahan, A. 

Provincial muster. Hawthorne, N. 

Proving of Lannigan. Fernald, C. B. 

Prowess. See Maupassant, G. de. W'allir 
Schnaff's adventure 

Prudence and the bishop. Hawkins, A, II. 



Prussian vase. Edgeworth, M. 

P's correspondence. Hawthorne, N. 

Psyche. Hibbard, G. A. 

Psyche and the pskyscrapcr. Henry, O. 

Psyche's, art. Alcott, L. M. 

Psychical prank. Bangs, J. K. 

I^sj'chological moment. Herrick, R. 

Psychological shipwreck. Bierce, A. 

P;tit-Bleu. Harland, H. 

P'titc Louison. See Parker, G. Absurd 

romance of P'tite Louison 
]':i pucrta del vino. Smith, F. H. 
Pulpit orator. Stuart, R. M. 
Pumpkin. Freeman, M. E. W. 
Pumpkin-eater. Harris, J. C. 
Pumpkin giant. Freeman, M. E. W. 
I'unch, brothers, punch. Clemens, S. L. 
Punch's understudy. Quiller-Couch, A. T, 
Punin and Baburin. Turgenev, I. S. 
Pupasse. King, G. E. 
Pupil. James, H. 
Pupil of Aurelius. Black, W. 
Pupil of Chestnut Ridge. Harte, B. 
Purification of Mulfera. Hornung, E. W. 
Purification of Palomitas. Janvier, T. A. 
Puritan Bohemia. Sherwood, M. P. 
Puritan ingenue. Wood, J. S. 
Purloined Christmas. Morris, G. 
Purloined letter. Poe, E. A. 
Purple dress. Henry, O. 
Purple emperor. Chambers, R. ^^^ 
Purple eyes. Long, J. L. 
Purple jar. Edgeworth, M. 
Purple mountains. Crockett, S. R. 
Purple Pileus. Wells, H. G. 
Purple rhododendron. Fox, J., jr. 
Purse. Balzac. H. de 
Purse of Aholibah. Hunckcr, J. G. 
Purser's story. Barr, R. 
Pursuit of a teapot. Train, A. C. 
Pursuit of the piano. Howells, W. D. 
Pushkin, Alexander Sergeivitch, 1799-1837 
Bohemians 

In Merimee. P. Writings v 5 
Captain's daughter 

In Russian romance 
Cofiin-maker 

In Dumas, A. Crop-carod Tacquot 
Duel 

In Liv Age 219: 456 
Fine shot 

In Dumas, A. Crop-cared Jacquot 
Hussar 

In Merimee, P. W^ritings v 5 
Lady-rustic 

In Russian romance 
Moor of i'eter the Great 

In Russian romance 
Pistol shot 
/// Russian romance 

Merimee, P. Writings v 5 
Stories by ^oreign authors, Russian 
Queen of spades 

/;/ Merimee, P. Writings v 5 
Shot. See Pushkin, A. Pistol shot 
Snow-storm 

In Russian romance 

Dumas, A. Crop-eared Jactiuot 
I"".senwein, J. B. Short story mas- 
terpieces, Russian 
Mabie. If. W., and Strachey, L. 
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INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



275 



Station-master 

In Russian romance 
Undertaker 
In Russian romance 
Fuss in boots. Terrault, C. 
Tuss-in-boots. Howard, B. W. 
T'uss in boots (adapted). Scudder, H. E. 
Puss — the promoter. Pjangs, J. K. 
Putting on the screws. Morris, G. 

Puzzle 

//) Hawthorne, J. Pibrary mystery and 
detective stories, English-Scotch 
Puzzler. Kipling, R. 
Pyetuslikoff. Turgenev, I. S. 
Pygmies. Hawthorne, N. 
Pyle, Howard, 1853-191 1 

Buccaneers. See Pyle, H. With the buc- 
caneers 
Captain Brand. See Pyle, H. Ghost of 

Captain Brand 
Dead finger 

In Harper 123: 488 
Devil at New Hope 
In Stolen- treasure 
Die of fate 

In Harper 124:883 
Edric and Sylvaine 

In Harper 117: 383 
Evil eye 

In Harper 124: 383 
Garden behind the moon 

In Garden behind the moon 
Ghost of Captain Brand 

In Stolen treasure 
In tenebras 

In Howells, W. D., and Alden. 11. ^I. 
Shapes that haunt the dusk 
May-day idyl of the olden time 

In Harper 68:821 
Modern magician 

In Cosmopol 17: 461 
Mysterious chest 

In Harper 118: 3 
Otto of the silver hand 

In Otto of the silver hand 
Painted pitcher 

In Harper 123: 829 
Pepper and salt 

In Pepper and salt 
Price of blood 

In Price of blood 
Retribution; a story of the 17th century 

In Harper 86:683 
Ruby of Kishmoor 
In Ruby of Kishmoor 
Harper 115: 327 
Salem wolf 

In Harper 120: 2 
Stolen treasure 

/;; Stolen treasure 
Tom Chist and the treasure-box 

In Stolen treasure 

With the buccaneers 

In Stolen treasure 

"Q" pseud. See Quiller-Couch, A. T. 
Quaddhroop-eds. MacManus, S. 
Quality. Galsworthy, J. 
Qu' appelle. Parker, G. 



Quarantine island. Besant, W. 
Quarter loaf. Hopkins, M. S. B. 
Quartette. Fuller, H. B. 
Quattrocentisteria. Hewlett, M. H. 
Queen Anne. Stuart, R. M. 
Queen Christina. See Hawthorne, N. Bio- 
graphical stories 
Queen for a day. Wyatt, E. E. 
Queen Hortense. Maupassant, G. de 
Queen o' Sheba's triumph. Stuart, R. M. 
Queen of California. Hale, E. E. 
Queen of clubs. White, E. O. 
Queen of pleasure. Harland, H. 
Queen of spades. Pushkin, A. S. See also 

Merimee, P. tr. 
Queen of the bees. l'>ckniann, E., and Chat- 

rian, A. 
Queen of the pirate isle. Harte, B. 
Queen of the swamp. Catherwood, j\I. H. 
Queen Silver-Bell. Burnett, E. H. 
Queen Titania. Boyesen, H. H. 
Queen Tita's wager. Black, W. 
Queen versus Billy. Osbourne, L. 
Queens at Kungahalla. Lagerlof, S. 
Queen's conquest. MacManus, S. 
Queen's museum. Stockton, F. R. 
Queens of Arcady. Brown, A. 
Queens of beauty. Sharp, W. 
Queen's triplets. Zangwill, I. 
Queen's twin. Jewett, S. O. 
Queer business. Norris, W. E. 
Queer experience with the phonograph. 

Harris, J. C. 
Queer feeling. Donnell, A. H. 
Queer night in Paris. Maupassant, G. de 
Queerness of Dave Tutt. Lewis, A. H. 
Queries and answers. Henry, O. 
Quest of Aunt Nancy. Jordan, E. G. 
Quest of Mr. Teaby. Jewett, S. O. 

Quest of Soapy. Henry, O. 

Quest of the elusive. Huneker, J. G. 

Questing veteran. Duncan, N. 

Question. Litchfield, G. D. 

Question in art. Herrick, R. 

Question of diplomacy. Doyle, A. C. 

Question of diplomacy. Maupassant, G. de 

Question of Latin. Maupassant, G. de 

Question of latitude. Davis, Richard H. 

Question of service. Wyatt, E. F. 

Question of taste. Maartens, M. 

Question of time. Futrelle, J. 

Question of valor. Harben, W. N. 

Question of values. Bacon, J. D. 

Questionable shapes. Howells, W. D. 

Quick change. Hawkins, A. H. 

Quick or the dead? Troubetzkoy, A. C. 

Quicksand. Wharton, E. 

Quicksilver Cassandra. Bangs, J. K. 

Quiddlers three. McCutcheon, G. B. 

Quiet day at Creede. Warman, C. 

Quiet woman. Vorse, M. H. 

Quiller-Couch, Sir Arthur Thomas, 1863- 
Ballast 

In White Wolf 
Bishop of Eucalyptus 
In Wandering heath 
Blue pantomime 

In I saw three ships 



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INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Quiller-Couch, Sir Arthur Thomas— Co»/. 
Boanerges. See Quillcr-Couch, A. T. 

Parents and cliildrcn 
Bridals of Yssclmondc 
In W^iitc Wolf 

Pall Alall M 24:338 
Burglary club 

In White Wolf 
Captain Dick and Captain Jack 

In Laird's luck 
Captain from Bath 

In Wandering heath 
Captain Wyvern's adventures 
In Shakespeare's Christmas 
Capture of the Burgomeistcr Van der 
Werf 
In White Wolf 
Cellars of Rueda 
In White Wolf 
Cleeve court 

/;/ Two sides of the face 
Collaborators 
^ In Two sides of the face 
Colonel Baigent's Christmas 
^ In Corporal Sam 
Concerning St. John of Jerusalem 

In White Wolf 
Conspiracy aboard tlie "Midas" 

/;/ Delectable duchy 
Copernican convoy 
In Corporal Sam 
Corporal Sam 

In Corporal Sam 
Corrected contempt. See Quiller-Couch, 

A. T. In the train 
Cox versus Prettyman 

In White Wolf 
Cuckoo Valley railway 
In Delectable duchy 
Daphnis 

In Delectable duchy 
D'Arfet's vengeance 

In Laird's luck 
Disenchantment of 'Lizabeth 

In I saw three ships 
Doctor Unonius 
In Corporal Sam 
Belgravia 67: 22 
Drawn blind 

In Delectable duchy 
Egg-stealing 

/;( Delectable duchy 
Elisha 

In Old fires and profitable gliosts 
England! 

In White Wolf 
Eamily Bible. .SV^ Quiller-Couch, A. T. 

Parents and children 
l'"irst parish meeting. See Quiller-Coucli, 

A. T. Letters from Troy 
Plowing source 

In Wandering heatli 
I'rencliman's creek 

In Shakespeare's Christmas 
From a cottage in Gantick. i 1. Mourner's 
horse. 2. Silhouettes | 
In Delectable duchy 

Pt 2. Patten, \V. International 
short stories v _- 
hrozen Margit 

In Old lires and profitable ghosts 



Golden wedding 

In Delectable duchy 
Great fire in Free thy 's quay. See Quiller- 
Couch, A. T. Prince of Abyssinia's 
post-bag 
Haunted dragoon 

In I saw three ships 
Haunted yacht 

In White Wolf 
Horror on the stair 

In Two sides of the face 
Hotwell's duel 

In Two sides of the face 
Householders 

/;/ ;\[cClure 6: 421 
I saw three ships 

In I saw three ships 
In the train. [1. Punch's understudy. 2. 
Corrected contempt] 

In Delectable duchy 
Interruption. See Quiller-Couch, A. T. 

Prince of Abyssinia's post-bag 
Jetsom 

In Wandering heath 
Jew on the moor 

In Corporal Sam 
John and the ghosts 

In White Wolf 
Keepers of the lamp 

In White Wolf 

Pall Mall M 21:205 
King o' Prussia 

In White Wolf 
Lady of the red admirals 

In Old fires and profitable ghosts 
Lady of the ship 

In Old fires and profitable ghosts 
Cosmopol 28: 331 
Laird's luck 

In Laird's luck 

Pall Mall M 23:37.3,475 
Lamp and the guitar 

In Shakespeare's Christmas 
Legend of Sir Dinar 

In Wandering heath 
Legends of St. Piran 

In Delectable duchy 
Letters from Troy [i. First parish meet- 
ing. 2. Simple shepherd] 

In Wandering heath 
l.ove Diehards 

In Wandering heath 
Love of Naomi 

In Delectable duchy 
Man behind the curtain 

/;( Shakespeare's Christmas 
Man who could have told 

In WHiite Wolf 
Margery of Lawhibbet 

In Laird's luck 
Mayor's dovecot: a cautionary tale 

/;/ Corporal Sam 
Mazed election (1768) 

/;/ Two sides of the face 
Midsummer fires 

/// Laird's luck 
Miracle of the While Wolf 

//( White Wolf 
Monkey-flowers 

In Cosmopol 31:405 
Mourner's horse. See Quiller-Couch, A. T. 
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INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



277 



Mutual exchange, limited 

In Corporal Sam 
My Christmas burglary 

In Corporal Sam 
My grandfather, Hendry Watty 

In Wandering liQ^th 
My lady's coach 

In Two sides of the face 
Mystery of Joseph Laquedem 

In Old fires and profitable ghosts 
News from Troy! 

In Corporal Sam 
Oceanus 

In Old fires and profitable ghosts 
Omnibus 

In Stories by English authors, London 
Once aboard the lugger 

In Old fires and profitable ghosts 
McClure i: 515 
Pair of hands 

In Old fires and profitable ghosts 
Parents and children, [i. Famiily Bible. 
2. Boanerges] 

In Delectable duchy 
Parson Jack's fortune 

In White Wolf 
Paupers 

bi Delectable duchy 

Warner library 

Penance of John Emmet 

In Old fires and profitable ghosts 
Phoebus on Halzaphron 

In Laird's luck 
Scrib Al 30: 163 
Poisoned ice 

In Laird's luck 
Prince of Abyssinia's post-bag. [i. Inter- 
ruption. 2. Great fire in Freethy's 
quay] 

In Delectable duchy 
Prisoners of war 

In Old fires and profitable ghosts 
Punch's understudy. See Quiller-Couch. 

_ A. T. In the train 
Rain of dollars 

In Shakespeare's Christmas 
Red velvet 

In Corporal Sam 
Regent's wager 

In Delectable duchy 
Rider on the dawn 

In Two sides of the face 
Roll-call of the reef 

bi Wandering heath 
Idler 7:581 
McClure 5: 163 
Room of mirrors 

In Old fires and profitable ghosts 
St. Piran. See Quiller-Couch, A. T. Leg- 
ends of St. Piran 
School friends 

In Delectable duchy 
Senior fellow 

In White Wolf 
Seven-an'-six 

In Delectable duchy 
Seventh man 

In Old fires and profitable ghosts 
Shakespeare's Christmas 

In Shakespeare's Christmas 



Silhouettes 

Silhouettes. See Quiller-Couch, A. T. 

From a cottage in Gantick 
Simple shepherd. See Quiller-Couch, 

A. T. Letters from Troy 
Sindbad on Burrator 

In White Wolf 
Scrib M 22: 146 
Singular adventure of a small free-trader 

III Old fires and profitable ghosts 
Spinster's maying 

In Delectable duchy 
Stephen of Steens 

In Two sides of the face 
Talking ships 

In White Wolf 

Pall Mall M 25: 181 
Three men of Badajos 

In Laird's luck 
Three photographs 

In W^iite Wolf 
Tom Tiddler's ground 

In Atlan 109: 621, 826 
Town's memory 

In Old fires and profitable ghosts 
Two boys 

In White Wolf 
Two householders 

In I saw three ships 
Two monuments 

/;; Delectable duchy 
Two scouts 

In Laird's luck 
Victor 

In White Wolf 
Cornhill 85:66 
When the sap rose 

In Delectable duchy 
Warner library 
Which? 

In Old fires and profitable ghosts 
Widdershins 

In Wandering heath 
Woon Gate 

In Delectable duchy 
Wrestlers 

In Wandering heath 
Ye sexes, give ear! 

In Shakespeare's Christmas 
Young man's diary 

In Wandering heath 
Quilting bee in our village. Freeman, M. 

E. W. 
Quiquern. Kipling, R. 
Quin, Dan (pseud.). See Lewis, Alfred 

Henry 
Quite out of the common. Phillpotts, E 
Quite so. Aldrich, T. B. 

R. J.'s mother. Deland, M. 

Rab and his friends. Brown, J. 

Rab Vinch's wife. Keats, G. 

Rabbit. Maupassant, G. de 

Rabbit and the moon. Harris, J. C. 

Race. Brown, A. 

Race. White, S. E. 

Race at Left Bower. Bierce, A. 

Race for number three. London, J. 

Race improvement. Harris, T. C. 

Race of the little ships. Earle, M. T. 



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INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Rachel's lovers. Page, T. N. 

Racketty-Packetty house. Burnett, E. H. 

Rnnford's diamond digging. Janvier, T. A. 

Radiator. Rates, A. 

Radium. Morris, G. 

Raffles relics. Hornung, E. \\'. 

Raft of the Medusa. Payn, J. 

Raft that no man made. Lowell, R. T. S. 

Rag-man and the rag-woman. Hale, E. E. 

Rage of Queen Cophetua. Le Gallienne, R. 

Raging of the sea. Duncan, N. 

Raid; a volunteer's story. Tolstoi, L. N. 

Raid of the guerilla. Craddock, C. E. 

Raid on the oyster pirates. London, J. 

Railroad and the church-yard. Bjornson, B. 

Railroading in France. Warman, C. 

Railway emergency. Warman, C. 

Railway mail clerk. Warman, C. 

Rain of dollars. Quiller-Couch, A. T. 

Rainbow's end. Norris, K. 

Raines law arrest. Masefield, J. 

Rainy afternoon. Hibbard, G. A. 

Rainy day with Uncle Remus. Harris, 

J. C. 
Rainy June. Ouida 
Rajah of Bungpore. Smith, F. H. 
Rajah's diamond. Stevenson, R. L. 
Rajah's treasure. Wells, H. G. 
Ralph, Julian, 185 3- 1903 
Alone in China 

In Alone in China 

Harper 91: 685 

"Boss" of Ling-foo 

In Alone in China 

Harper 92: 620 

Bruce's mighty weakness 

In Prince of Georgia 
Conquerors of New York 

In Harper 104:963 
Cordelia's night of romance 
In People we pass 
Harper 90: 781 
Dan Dunn's outfit 
In Harper 83:880 
Dandy at his best 

In Prince of Georgia 
Day at the Pinochle club 

In People we pass 
Dutch Kitty's white slippers 
/;; People we pass 
Harper 90: 914 
German policeman 

III German policeman 
House-boating in China 

In Alone in China 
Line-man's wedding 
In People we pass 
Harper 89:828 
Little Fairy's constancy 
In Alone in China 
Harper 92: 856 
Love in the big barracks 
In People we pass 
Harper 90: 421 
Love-letters of Superfine Gold 
In Alone in China 
1 larpcr 93: 276 
Low Dutch and high 
In People we pass 
Miss Pi. See Ralph, J. Story of Miss Pi 



Mrs. Rupert's Christmas 

/;; Prince of Georgia 
Mother song 

In People we pass 
Harper 90: 102 
My borrowed torpedo-boat 

In Prince of Georgia 
New woman. See Ralph, J. Sad fate of a 

new woman 
Petey Burke and his pupil 
/;; People we pass 
Harper 91 : 617 
Plumblossom Beebe's adventures 
In Alone in China 
Harper 91 : 943 
Prince of Georgia 
/;/ Prince of Georgia 
Elarper 97: 165 
Sad fate of a new woman 
In Prince of Georgia 
Cosmopol 20: 548 
Story of Miss Pi 
In Alone in China 
Harper 92: 189 
Torpedo-boat. See Raljdi, J. My bor- 
rowed torpedo-boat 
Transformation of Em Durham 

In Harper 107: 269 
Trip with a tin-peddler 

In Harper 106: 692 
When the clouds fell down 
In Harper 97: 465 
Ramble in aphasia. Henry, O. 
Rancho del Muerto. King, C. 
Randolph '64. Train, A. C. 
Randolph's portrait. Hawthorne, N. 
Ransom of Mack. Henry, O. 
Ransom of red chief. Henry, O. 
Ranson's folly. Davis, Richard H. 
Rape of the beau. Castle, A., and Castle, E. 
Raphael of Monsieur Prunelier. Bazin, R. 
Rappaccini's daughter. Hawthorne, N. 
Rapture of Hetty. Foote, M. H. 
Rash experiment. Jacobs. W. W. 
Rasmus. Page, T. N. 
Raspberry water. Turgencv, I. S. 
Rasselas in the vegetable kingdom. Pang- 
born, G. W. 
Rat-catcher. Wright, M. O. 
Rathskeller and the rose. Henry, O. 
Rattlesnake and the polecat. Harris, J. C. 
Rattling. Turgenev, I. S. 
Rattling of wheels. See Turgenev, I. S. 

Rattling 
Ravenswing. Thackeray, W. M. 
Rawley's last gamble. Parker, G. 
Raxworthy's treasure. Hawthorne, T. 
Ray. Spofford, H. P. 
Ray's daughter. King, C. 
Reade, Charles, 1814-1884 

Art: a dramatic tale. See Reado, C. 
Coutm- (if true luve nc\er did run 
smoi.th 
Autobiograpliy of a tliicf 

III Coursi' (it true \n\v iu'\ it did run 
smo.ith 
r.lddnicT. .SVi" Kcadf, C. Course of true 
lovi.' ne\rr did run siiiontli 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



2/9 



Born to good-luck 

In Good stories of man and otlicr ani- 
mals 
Harper 67: 201 
Box tunnel 

hi Stories by English authors, England 
Christie Johnstone 

In Peg VVoffington 
Clouds and sunshine. Sec Reade, C. 
Course of true love never did run 
smooth 
Course of true love never did run smooth 
I. Clouds and sunshine. 2. Bloomer. 
.3. Art: a dramatic tale 
/;/ Course of true love never did run 
smooth 
Doubles 

In Good stories of man and other ani- 
mals 
Exchange of animals 

In Good stories of man and other ani- 
mals 
History of an acre 

III Course of true love never did run 
smooth 
Jack of all trades 

In Course of true love never did run 
smooth 
Harper 16: 109 
Jilt: a yarn 

In Course of true love never did run 
smooth 
Good stories of man and other ani- 
mals 
Jilt: a yarn 
Kindly jest 

In Course of true love never did run 
smooth 
Knight's secret 

In Good stories of man and other ani- 
mals 
Knightsbridge mystery 

In Course of true love never did run 
smooth 
Patten, W. International short 
stories v 2 
Lambert's leap 

In Good stories of man and other ani- 
mals 
Lord Camelford's body. See Reade, C. 
What has become of Lord Camel- 
ford's body 
Man's life saved by fowls, and woman's 
by a pig 
In Good stories of man and other ani- 
mals 
Old bachelor's adventure 

In Course of true love never did run 
smooth 
Peg Wofifington 

In Peg WofTiington 
Picture 

In Good stories of man and other ani- 
mals 
Harper 68: 625, 680 
Reality 

In Good stories of man and other ani- 
mals 



Rus 

In Good stories of man and other ani- 
mals 
Harper 6/: 94 
Single-heart and Double-face 

In Peg Woffiington 
Special constable 

In Good stories of man and otiier ain'- 
mals 
Stroke of business 

In Course of true love ne\er did run 
smooth 
Suspended animation 

In Good stories of man and other ani- 
mals 
There's many a slip 'twixt the cup and 
the lip 
In Good stories of man and other ani- 
mals 
Harper 68: 131 
Tit for tat 

In Good stories of man and other ani- 
mals 
Harper 66: 251 
Two Lears 

/;/ Good stories of man and other ani- 
mals 
Wandering heir 

In Wandering heir 
What has become of Lord Camelford's 
body? 
In Course of true love never did run 
smooth 
Good stories of man and other ani- 
mals 
White elephant [This is Jack of all trades 
with the first four and part of the fifth 
chapter omitted] 
In White elephant 
Reader. Stevenson, R. L. 
Reading lesson. Bates, A. 
Reading of the riddle. White, W. A. 
Readjustment. Austin, M. H. 
Ready letter-writer. Michelson, M. 
Real issue. White, W. A. 
Real magic. Mitchell, S. W. 
Real one and the other. Maupassant. G. de 
Real right thing. James, H. 
Real Robinson Crusoe. See Saintine, J. X. B. 

Solitary of Juan Fernandez 
Real sport. Cutting, M. S. 
Real thing. Bangs, J. K. 
Real thing. James, H. 
Real thing. Thanet, O. 
Reality. Reade, C. 
Realized ideal. Magruder, J. 
Realm of the unreal. Bierce, A. 
Reason why. Harris, J. C. 
Reason why. Lefevre, E. 
Rebecca and Rowena, a romance upon ro- 
mance. Thackeray, W. M. 
Rebecca Mary's bereavement. Donnell. 

A. H. 
Rebecca Mary's diary. Donnell, A. IT. 
Rebecca's point of view. Wiggin, K. D. 
Rebecca's reminiscences. Wiggin, K. D. 
Rebecca's thought book. Wiggin, K. D. 
Rebellion of Wilhelmina. Singmaster, E. 
Rebels of the moon. Huneker, J. G. 
Receiving moderators. Watson, J. 



Mabie, H. W., and Strachey, L. Recent confederate victory. White W A 
Little masterpieces of fiction v 5 Reckless character. Turgenev, I. S. 



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INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Reckoning. Wharton, E. 
Recollection. Maupassant, G. de 
Recollections of a billiard marker. Tolstoi, 

L. N. 
Recompense. Donnell, A. H. 
Reconciliation. Hearn, L. 
Reconciliation. Wells, H. G. 
Record of a troubled life. Moulton, L. C. 
Record of Badalia Herodsfoot. Kipling, R. 
Record on the blotter. White, W. A. 
Recovery. Wharton, E. 
Recrudescence of Imray. Kipling, R. 
Recrudescence of Madame Vic. Janvier, 

T. A. 
Recruit. See Balzac, H. de. Conscript 
Recruit at Christmas. Davis, Richard H. 
Rector of Blicher. Blicher, S. S. 
Red and white. Hale, E. E. 
Red bridal. Hearn, L. 
Red cow group. Morrison, A. 
Red cross. Hawthorne, N. 
Red Cross girl. Davis, Richard H. 
Red dog. Kipling, R. 
Red egg. France, A. 
Red flower. Garshin, V. M. 
Red-haired man's dream. Keats, G. 
Red Hanrahan. Yeats, W. B. 
Red Hanrahan's curse. Yeats, W. B. 
Red Hanrahan's vision. See Yeats, W. B. 

Hanrahan's vision 
Red-headed league. Doyle, A. C. 
Red-headed Malpelo. Verga, G. 
Red-headed piano-player. Huneker, T. G. 
Red house. See Balzac, H. de. Red inn 
Red inn. Balzac, H. de 
Red lamp. Kipling, R. 
Red man's river. See Parker, G. Once at 

Red man's river 
Red mark. Zangwill, I. 
Red Mike. Lewis, A. H. 
Red patrol. Parker, G. 
Red poocher. MacManus, S. 
Red poppies. Brown, A. 
Red Riding-hoods. Phillpotts, E. 
Red room. Wells, H. G. 
Red rose. Phillpotts, E. 
Red silk handkerchief. Bunner, H. C. 
Red star. Doyle. A. C. 
Red Starosta. Jokai, M. 
Red tassels. Hopkins, M. S. B. 
Red tulips. Alcott, L. M. 
Red velvet. Quiller-Couch, A. T. 
Reddy Armstrong's reformation. Williams, 

Redemption of Mabel Muriel. Jordan, 

E. G. 
Redemption of young Billington Rand. 

Bangs, J. K. 
Redcniptioncr. Eggleston, E. 
Redesdale, Algernon Bertram Freeman- 
Mitford, ist baron. See iMitford, A. B., 
pseud. 

Reduction cure for Kittie James. Jordan, 

E. G. 
Reed. Chekhov, A. P. 
Reef of Norman's woe. See Parker, G. 

On the reef of Norman's woe 
Reffey. See Balestier, C. W. Average 

woman: Reffey 
Reformation of Calliope. Henry, O. 
Reformation of James Reddy. Harte, B. 



Reformed pirate. Stockton, F. R. 

Regenerate. Duncan, N. 

Regeneration of Colonel Hucks. White 

W. A. 
Regeneration of Petlow. Bangs, J. K. 
Regent's wager. Quiller-Couch, A. T. 
Reggie Livingstone's country life. Gray, D. 
Reginald Blake, financier and cad. Jerome 

J. K. 
Register; a comedy. Howells, W. D. 
Regret. Maupassant, G. de 
Rehearsal of a new play. Matthews, J. B. 
Reign of the doll. Freeman, M. E. W. 
Re-incarnation. Harland, H. 
Reincarnation of Smith. Harte, B. 
Reingelder and the German flag. Kipling, R. 
Rejected blessing. Hawthorne, N. 
Rejected manuscript. Ward, E. S. P. 
Rejected Titian. Herrick, R. 
Relic. Maupassant, G. de 
Relic of the Pliocene. London, J. 
Relics. Maupassant, G. de 
Relics of General Chasse. TroUope, A. 
Relics of the past. Maupassant, G. de 
Relius. Sec Page, T. N. How Relius 

"bossed the ranch" 
Reluctance. Hawkins, A. H. 
Reluctant dragon. Grahame, K. 
Remarkable case of David Simpson's eyes. 

Wells, H. G. 
Remarkable rocket. Wilde, O. 
Remarkable wreck of the "Thomas Plyke " 

Stockton, F. R. 
Rembrandt. Wharton, E. 
Remington, Frederic, 1861-1909 
Billy's tearless woe 

In McClurc 16: 455 
Chasing a major-general 

In Stories of peace and war 
Desert romance 

In Cent 63: 522 
Failure of justice 

In Harper 100: 267 
Honor of the troop 
In Harper 99: 286 
How a trout broke a friendship 

In Outing 36: 651 
How order No. 6 went through 

/;; Harper 96: 846 
How the law got into the chaparral 

In Harper 94: 60 
Joshua Goodenough's old letter 
//; Stories of peace and war 
Harper 95 : 878 
Natchez's Pass 

In Harper 102: 437 
Shot-gun episode 

/// Outing 36: 116 
Story of the dry leaves 

//( Harper 99:95 
Strange days that came to Jimniie Friday 
In Stories of peace and war 
Harper 93: 410 
Sun-down's higher self 

In Harper 97: 846 
Sundown Leflare 
In Sundown Leflare 
Harper 97: 195 
They bore a hand 
/// Harper 100: 705 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



281 



Way Wonderful 
In McClure 24: 206 

Reminiscence. Hawkins, A. H. 

Reminiscence of Spain. Sienkiewicz, H. 

Reminiscences of an umbrella. Barrie, J. M. 

Remnants of the code. Henry, O. 

Renaissance at Charleroi. Henry, O. 

Renault. See Catherwood, M. H. Little 
Renault 

Rendezvous. Maupassant, G. de 

Renegade. Osbourne, L. 

Renegade Zouave. Daudet, A. 

Repairer of reputations. Chambers, R. W. 

Repayment. Coppee, F. 

Repentance. Craigie, P. M. T. 

Repentant sinner. Hawkins, A. H. 

Repentant sinner. Tolstoi, L. N. 

"Reported lost." Grenfell, W. T. 

Reporter who made himself king. Davis, 
Richard H. 

Repplier, Agnes, 1858- 
Archbishop's visit 

In Tappan, E. M. Children's hour 
10: 411 

Representing T. A. Buck. Ferber, E. 

Reprieve. Donnell, A. H. 

Reprisal. McVickar, H. W. 

Reproof valiant. Hibbard, G. A. 

Republic without a president. Ward, H. D. 

Repulse. Maupassant, G. de 
Requirements of the situation. Hibbard, 

G. A. 
Requisitionnaire. See Balzac, H. de. Con- 
script 
Rescue. Davis, C. B. 
Rescue. Sedgewick, A. D. 
Rescue of Pluffles. Kipling, R. 
Rescue of Theophilus Newbegin. Train, 

A. C. 
Residuary. Watson, J. 
Resignation. Dyar, M. 
Respecters of law. Miller, A. D. 
Responsibility. Harland, H. 
Responsibility of Lawrence. Williams, 

J. L. 
Rest cure. Hornung, E. W. 
Rest-house on the hill. Maseiield, J. 
Restoration of Melie Ziegler. Singmaster, E. 
Resumed identity. Bierce, A. 
Resurrection. Maartens, M. 
Resuscitation. Peattic, E. W. 
Retreat. Singmaster, E. 
Retribution. Hawkins, A. H. 
Retribution; a story of the 17th century. 

Pyle, H. 
Retrieved reformation. Henry, O. 
Return. Bazin, R. 
Return. Conrad, J. 
Return. Maupassant, G. de 
Return; a Christmas story. Bazin, R. 
Return from the fair. Mitford, M. R. 
Return match. Hornung, E. W. 
Return message. Hale, E. E. 
Return of a private. Garland, H. 
Return of Aladdin. Bangs, J. K. 
Return of father. Brown, A. 
Return of Imray. Kipling, R. 
Return of Mr. Wills. Austin, M. H. 
Return of Rebecca Mary. Donnell, A. H. 
Return of the charm. See Van Dyke, H. 
Two stories of the unknown quantity 



Return of the soul. Hichens, R. S. 

Return of Yen-Tchiu-King. Hearn, L. 

Revenge. Lys, G. de 

Revenge. See Maupassant, G. de. Moiron 

Revenge. Phillpotts, E. 

Revenge of her race. Beaumont, M. 

Revenge of the Adolphus. Crane, S. 

Reverberator. James, H. 

Reverend Ezekiel Crump. Stockton, F. R. 

Reverend Father Gauchcr's elixir. See 
Daudet, A. Elixir of the Rev. Pere 
Gaucher 

Reverend John Greedy. Allen, G. 

Rev. Jordan White's three glances. Stuart, 
R. M. 

Reverend Malachi Matthew. Ward, E. S. P. 

Reverie. Merrick, L. 

Reverse. Sigourney, L. H. 

Reversed love letters. French, A. W. 

Reversible landscape. Stockton, F. R. 

Reversible love affair. Janvier, T. A. 

Reversion to type. Bacon, J. D. 

Reversion to type. Galsworthy, J. 

Reversion to type. Norris, F. 

Revolt of "mother." Freeman, M. E. W. 

Revolt of Sophia Lane. Freeman, M. E. .W. 

Revolt of the gods. Bierce, A. 

Revolution of Satan's Trap. Duncan, N. 

Revolutionary love-story. Kirk, E. O. 

Reward of virtue. Andrews, M. R. S. 

Reward of virtue. Harland, H. 

Reward of virtue. Van Dyke, H. 

Rhyme to Porringer. Cabell, J. B. 

Rich widow of Spanish town. Morris, G. 

Richard and Robin. Grant, R. 

Richard Carr's baby. Davis, Richard H. 

Richard Foster. MacManus, S. 

Riching versus Providence. Moulton, L. C. 

Richter, Jean Paul Friedrich, 1 763-1825 
Army-Chaplain Schmelzle's journey to 
Flatz 
In Carlyle, T: German romance v 2 
Life of Quintus Fixlein 

In Carlyle, T: German romance v 2 
Rici, Richard 

White sleep of Auber Hum 

In Howells, W. D., and Alden, H. M. 
Shapes that haunt the dusk 
Riddle of Countess Runa. Hawkins, A. H. 
Riddle of the rocks. Craddock, C. E. 
Ride of his life. Gray, D. 
Rider. Ward, H. D. 

Rider on the dawn. Quiller-Couch, A. T. 
Riding of Felipe. Norris, F. 
Riding-whip. Gissing, G. R. 
Right at last. Gaskell, E. C. 
Right eye of the commander. Harte, B. 
Right hand of Samuel Dodson. Watson, J. 
Right o' way. Keats, G. 
Right of the strongest. Thanet, O. 
Right of way. Davis, Richard H. 
Righteous bargain. Brown, A. 
Righteous overmuch. Watson, J. 
Riki-Baka. Hearn, L. 
Rikki-tikki-tavi. Kipling, R. 
Rill from the town pump. Hawthorne, N. 
Rim of finer issues. Huneker, J. G. 
Rinaldo. Ouida 
Ring. Alaartens, M. 
Ring finger. Gissing, G. 
Ring of Thoth. Doyle, A. C. 



282 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Rip Yan Winkle. Irving-, W. 

Ripening of the fruit. See \'an Dyke, II. 

Two stories of the unknown quantity 
Riquct of the tuft. Perrault, C. 
Rise and fall of the poet Gregory. Bangs, 

J. K. 
Rise of Iskander. Disraeli, B. 
Rise of the Vanni. Stetson, G. E. C. 
Risen dead. Pcmberton, M. 
Rising water. Norris, K. 
Rising Wolf — ghost dancer. Garland, H. 
Rival. Comer, C. A. P 
Rival ally. King. C. 
Rival beauties. Jacobs, W. W. 
Rival dance halls. Lewis, A. H. 
Rival dreamers. Banim, J. 
Rival ghosts. Matthews, J. B. 
Rival pins. See Maupassant, G. de. Double 

pins 
Rivals. Coppee, F. 
River. Field, E. 
River-boss. White, S. E. 
River-land, a story for children. Cham- 
bers, R. W. 
Riverman. White, S. E. 
Rivermouth romance. Aldrich, T. B. 
Road to Europe. Stetson, G. E. C. 
Road to glory. Davis, C. B. 
Roads of destiny. Henry, O. 
Roads we take. Henry, O. 
Roast beef, medium. Ferbcr, E. 
Robb Dodds. Hogg, J. 
Robber and the woman (Arabic) 

In Hawthorne, J. Library mystery and 
detective stories, Oriental 
Robber region of southern California. 

Taylor, B. 
Robbers. Chekhov, A. P. 
Robe of peace. Henrj^, O. 
Roberson's medium. Janvier, T. A. 
Robert, Clemence 
Baron de Trenck 
In Patten, W. International short sto- 
ries V 3 
Robert White. ,SV^ Matthews, J. B. On 

the l)attle-fic]d 
Roberts, Charles George Douglas, 1860- 
Jcan Michaud's little ship 

/;/ Patten, W. International short sto- 
ries V I 
Strayed 

In Warner library 
Roberts, Morley, 1857- 
King Billy of Ballarat 
III Stories l^y Englisli authors, Orient 
Robertson, Harrison, 1856- 
ilow tile derby was won 
In Stories of the South (Stories from 
Scribner) 
Scrib M 6: 24 
Robin and the violet. Field, K. 
Robin Goodfellow — his friends. Kipling, R. 
Robin Redbreast. Lagerlof, S. 
Robins and hammers. Freeman, M. E. W. 
Robinson, Agnes Mary Francis, 185;- [Mme. 
Duclaux] 
Cioiieril 

/// Stories by Englisli authors, Italy 
Liv Age 154: 290 



Robinson, Frederic William, 1830-1901 
Minions of the moon 
//; Stories by English authors, England 
Rochefort and Rossignol. Daudet, A. 
Rock scorpions 

In Stories by English authors, The sea 
Rod, fidouard, i. e. Louis £;douard, 1857- 
1910 
Leather and son 
In Stories by foreign authors, P^rench 
V 3 
Rod street revolution. Morrison, A. 
Rodman the keeper. Woolson, C. F. 
Rodolph and his king. Field, E. 
Rod's salvation. Trumbull, A. E. 
Roger Camerden. Bangs, J. K. 
Roger Catron's friend. Ilarte, P>. 
Roger Malvin's burial. Hawthorne, N. 
Rogers. Clemens, S. L. 
Roger's remed}'. Maupassant, G. de 
Rogue and the simpleton. Tappan, E. M. 
Rohlfs, Mrs. Anna Katharine Green. See 

Green, Anna Katharine 
Roi the fool. Morris, W. 
Rokuro-Kubi. Hearn, L. 
Roll-call of the reef. Quiller-Couch, A. T. 
Rolling stone. Gorky, M. 
Roman road. Keats, G. 
Romance and reality. Kielland, A. L. 
Romance in the life of Hefty Burke. Davis, 

Richard H. 
Romance of a busy broker. Henry, O. 
Romance of a coffee-stall. Merrick, L. 
Romance of a fisherman's wife. Lagerlof, S. 
Romance of a mortgage. Ward, H. D. 
Romance of a mule-car. Stockton, F. R. 
Romance of a soul. Grant, R. 
Romance of a summer day. Alcott, L. M. 
Romance of an old-fashioned gentleman. 

Smith, F. H. 
Romance of certain old clothes. James, H. 
Romance of Cliinkapin castle. Stuart, R. M. 
Romance of Madrono Hollow. Harte, B. 
Romance of M. de Belle Isle. Payn, J. 
Romance of I'aulilatino. Norris, W. E. 
Romance of real life. Howells, W. D. 
Romance of Sunrise Rock. Craddock, C. E. 
Romance of the bill. Ward, E. S. P. 
Romance of the city room. Jordan, E. G. 
Romance of the faith. Ward, H. D. 
Romance of the line. Harte, B. 
Romance of the middle ages. Barr, R. 
Romance of the Milky Way. Hearn, L. 
Romance of the Moleliill country. Silber- 

rad, U. L. 
Romance of the rich young girl. Davis, 

C. B. 
Romance of Tompkins square. Janvier, 

T. A. 
Romance of Whooping Harbor. Duncan, N. 
Romantic adventures of a milkmaid. Hardy, 

T. 
Romany of the snows. Parker, G. 
Romeo and Julia. Strindbcrg, J. A. 
Romeo and Juliet: a tale of two young fools. 

Black, W. 
Rondoli sisters. Maupassant, G. de 
Room forty-five; a farce. Howells, W. D. 
Room in the tower. Benson, E. F. 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



283 



Room number eleven. Maupassant, G. dc 

Room of evil tliought. Peattie, E. W. 

Room of mirrors. Quiller-Couch, A. T. 

Rooms. Harland, H. 

Rope. Phillpotts, E. 

Rosa alchemica. Yeats, W. B. 

Rosalie. Harris, J. C. 

Rosalie Prudent. Maupassant, G. de 

Rosamond: a story of the plague. Mitford, 

M. R. 
Rosamund Gray. Lamb, C. 
Rosamund in heaven. Brown, A. 
Rosamund's romance. Hibbard, G. A. 
Rosanna. Edgeworth, M. 
Rose. See Bradley, H. L. Bringing of the 

rose 
Rose. Maupassant, G. de 
Rose. Spofford, H. P. 
Rose and the ring. Thackeray, W. M. 
Rose and the thrush. Field, E. 
Rose brocade. Brown, A. 
Rose day. Catherwood, M. H. 
Rose Dormant. Dunbar, A. 
Rose madder. Janvier, T. A. 
Rose o' the river. Wiggin, K. D. 
Rose of death; a fantasy. Hawthorne, J. 
Rose of Dixie. Henry, O. 
Rose of Glenbogie. Harte, B. 
Rose of the Ghetto. Zangwill, I. 
Rose of Tuolumme. Harte, B. 
Rose of Wolfville. Lewis, A. H. 
Rosebud. Sec Hawthorne, N. Edward 

Fane's rosebud 
Rosemary for remembrance. Harland, H. 
Rosemary's stepmother. Norris, K. 
Roses and forget-me-nots. Alcott, L. M. 
Roses of Monsieur Alphonse. Janvier, T. A. 
Roses, ruses and romance. Henry, O. 
La Rossiccia. Guida 
Roswell tiara. Futrelle, J. 
Rosy balm. Brown, A. 

Rothenburg on the Tauber. Heyse, P. J. L. 
Rothschild's fiddle. Chekhov, A. P. 
Rouge ct noir. Henry, O. 
Roumanian romance. Warman, C. 
Round of visits. James, H. 
Round the sofa. See Gaskell, E. C. Lady 

Ludlow 
Round the world in a hack. Hale, E. E. 
Round-up. Bunner, H. C. 
Roundhead's daughter. Mitford, M. R. 
Rounding off a scene. Bland, E. N. 
Rout of the white hussars. Kipling, R. 
Royal edict. Hawkins, A. H. 
Royal Marine: an idyl of Narragansett pier. 

Matthews, J. B. 
Rubaiyat and the liner. Peattie, E. W. 
Rubaiyat of a Scotch highball. Henry, O. 
Rubber stamp. Pangborn, G. W. 
Ruby and the caldron. Green, A. K. 
Ruby heart. Bland, E. N. 
Ruby hummingbird. Phillpotts, E. 
Ruby of Kishmoor. Pyle, H. 
Rudder Grangers in England. Stockton, F. R. 
Rudolph and Elizabeth. Auerbach, B. 
Rue Barree. Chambers, R. W. 
Ruffino. Guida 
Ruffo and Ruff. Ouida 
Ruinous face. Hewlett, M. H. 
Rule of three. Jacobs, W. W. 
Ruler in Israel. Watson, J. 



Ruler of men. Henry, O. 

Rumpty-Dudget. Hawthorne, J. 

Run of luck. Harris, J. C. 

Run to seed. Page, T. N. 

Runagates. Galsworthy, J. 

Runaway. Chekhov, A. P. 

Runaway match. Brown, A. 

Runaways. Sherwood, M. P. 

Runaway's Thanksgiving. Boyesen, H. H. 

Runenberg. Tieck, L. 

Runnage and Peshull. Phillpotts, E. 

Running switch. Warman, C. 

Running the risk. Ward, E. S. P. 

Running to harbor. Connolly, J. B. 

Rupert the Resembler. By A-th-y H-pe. 

Harte, B. 
Rupture. Maupassant, G. de 
Rural ball. Balzac, H. de 
Rural telephone. Spofford, H. P. 
Rural visitor. Harben, W. N. 
Rus. Reade, C. 
Rus in urbe. Henry, Q. 
Ruskin, John, 1819-1900 

King of the golden-river: or, The black 
brothers 
In Works v i 

Tappan, E. M. Children's hour 10:3 

Leoni, a legend of Italy 
/;/ Works v i 
Russell, William Clark, 1844- 191 1 

Extraordinary adventure of chief mate 
In Stories by English authors. The sea 

Lazarctte of the "Huntress" 
In Patten, W. International short sto- 
ries V 2 
Russian proprietor. Tolstoi, L. N. 
Rust. Maupassant, G. de 
Rustic chivalry. See Verga, G. Cavalleria 

rusticana 
Rustic tribunals. Maupassant, G. de 
Ruth. See Bible. Book of Ruth 
Ruth ITerrick's assignment. Jordan, E. G. 

S. Cohn and Son. Zangwill, I. 
"S is for shiftless Susanna." Norris, K. 
S. P. Q. R. Trask, K. N. 
Sabbath-breaker. Zangwill, I. 
Sabbath question in Sudminster. Zangwill, I. 
Sabine maiden. Andrews, M. R. S. 
Sable spartan. Parker, G. 
Sabo. Warman, C. 
Sabots of little Wolff. Coppee, F. 
Sachem. Sienkiewicz, H. 
Sacher-Masoch, Leopold von, 1835-1895 
Bookbinder of Hort 
In Stories by foreign authors, German 

V I 

Sacrament. Ward, E. S. P. 

Sacred concert. Wright, M. T. 

Sacred lire. Ward, E. S. P. 

Sacred flame. Lagerlof, S. 

Sacrifice. Gibbon, P. 

Sacrifice. Phillpotts, E. 

Sacrifice. Spofford, H. P. 

Sacrifice at Prato. Hewlett, M. H. 

Sacrifice hit. Henry, O. 

Sacrifice of Antigone. Ward, E. S. P. 

Sacrifice of Nabla. MacManus, S. 

Sacrifice to the graces. Hibbard, G. A. 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Sad fate of a new woman. Ralph, J. 

Sad fate of Mr. Fox. Harris, J. C. 

Sad fortunes of Rev. Amos Barton. Eliot, G. 

Sad queen. Sharp, W. 

Sad shepherd. Van Dyke, H. 

Sad story of a dramatic critic. Wells, H. G. 

Safe deposit. Hale, E. E. 

Safety match. Chekhov, A. P. 

Safety match. Jacobs, W. W. 

Safti's summer day. Hichens, R. S. 

Saga of the seas. Grahame, K. 

Sage-brush hen. Janvier, T. A. 

Saghalinian: the tale of a vagrant. Koro- 

lenko, V. G. 
Sahib's war. Kipling, R. 
Sail-carriers. Connolly, J. B. 
Sailorman. Davis, Richard H. 
Sailor's knot. Stockton, F. R. 
Sailor's story. Collins, W. 
Sailor's wedding. Mitford, ]\I. R. 
Sailor's yarn. Masefield, J. 
Saint. Bourget, P. 
Saint Agatha's. See Ward, E. S. P. Supply 

at Saint Agatha's 
Saint and genius. Alarcon, P. A. de 
Saint Anthony. Maupassant, G. dc 
St. Brandan. See Irving, W. Adalantado of 

the Seven Cities 
St. Bride of the Isles. Sharp, W. 
Saint Caligula. Ward, E. S. P. 
Saint-Castin. See Catherwood, M. H. Chase 

of Saint-Castin 
St. Clair flats. Woolson. C. F. 
St. Eudaemon and his orange tree. Paget, V. 
St. George and the dragon. Grant, R. 
Saint-Germain the deathless. Lang, A. 
Saint Gervaise of Plessy. Hewlett, M. H. 
Saint Idyl's' light. Stuart, R. M. 
St. John's eve. Gogol, N. V. 
Saint Lucy of the eyes. Crockett, S. R. 
Saint Mary of the angels. Janvier, T. A. 
Saint Nicholas eve. Lemonnier, C. 
St. Patrick and the pedants. See Yeats, W. 

B. Old men of the twilight 
St. Peter's set. See Janvier, T. A. In St. 

Peter's set 
Saint Piran. See Quillcr-Couch, A. T. Leg- 
ends of St. Piram 
Saint Veronica's kerchief. Lagerlof, S. 
Saintine, Joseph Xavier Boniface, known as, 
1798-1865 

Chrisna; the queen of the Danulic 
In Chrisna; the queen of the Danube 
Liv. Age 61:345, 455, 523, 593 

Picciola 
In Picciola 

Real Rol)inson Crusoe. See Saintine, J. X. 
B. Solitary of Juan Fernandez 

Solitary of Juan Fernandez; or The real 
Robinson Crusoe 
In Solitary of Juan Fernandez 

Woman's whims 
In Woman's whims 
Sale. Maupassant, G. dc 
Sale of the Mammoth Western. Harben, 

W. N. 
Sale of LTncle Rustus. Uarljcn, W. N. 
Salem Kittrcdge, theologue. Perry, B. 
Salem wolf. Pyle, II. 
Sally. Deland, M. 



Sally Dows. Harte, B. 

Salome Miiller, the white slave. Cable, G. W. 
Salomy Jane's kiss. Harte, B. 
Salt of the earth. Gissing, G. R. 
Salt of the earth. Hopkins, M. S. B. 
Salting of the Golden Rule. Lewis, A. H. 
Salvation at sea. French, A. W. 
Salvation Gap. Wister, O. 
Salvation of Findlayson. Bangs, J. K. 
Salvator Rosa. Hoffmann, E. T. W. 
Salvette and Bernadon. Daudet, A. 
Salving of the bark Fuller. Connolly, J. B. 
Sam Joplin's espigastric nerve. Smith, F. H. 
Sam of Sorrow Corner. Phillpotts, E. 
"Samantha Boom-de-ay. '" Bunner, H. C. 
Same Christmas in old England and new. 

Hale, E. E. 
Sammy. Smith, F. H. 
Samooborona.' Zangwill, I. 
Samuel. London, J. 

Samuel Cowles and jiis horse Royal. 
^ Field, E. 

Samuel Johnson. See Hawthorne, N. Bio- 
graphical stories 
San Antonio of the gardens. Janvier, T. A. 
San Diego takes up his abode in a grotto. 

Bandeelo, M. 
San Jacinto. See Underbill, Z. D. Inn of 

San Jacinto 
San Pantaleone. Annunzio, G. d' 
Sanctuary. Wharton, E. 
Sanctuary of the plains. Parker, G. 
Sandman. Hoffmann, E. T. W. 
Sandwich-man. Long, J. L. 
Sanguinaires lighthouse. See Daudet, A. 

Lighthouse 
Santa Barbara. Ouida 
Santa Caterina of Sienna. Lagerlof, S. 
Santa Claus. See Page, T. N. Captured 

Santa Claus 
Santa Claus. Zangwill, I. 
Santa Claus and little Billee. Bangs, J. K. 
Santa Claus at Lonely Cove. Duncan, N. 
Santa Claus' door. French, A. W. 
Santa Claus partner. Page, T. N. 
Santa Clans, Perjured. Kell}'. ]\1. 
Santa Claus. War-time. King, G. K. 
Sante Fe Charlc3''s kindergarten. Janvier, 

T. A. 
Sapphira. Morris, G. 
Sappho of Green Springs. TIartc, B. 
Sara Crewe. Burnett, F. H. 
Sarah Walker. Harte, B. 
Sardou, Victorian, 1S3T-T90S 

Black pearl 

/« Mabic, TI. W., and Strachey, L. 

Little masterpieces of fiction v 4 

Stories by foreign authors, Frencli 

V T 

Sarrasinc. Balzac, II. de 

Satan mekatrig. Zangwill, I. 

Satan's tongue-pie. France, A. 

Saturday afternoon. Cutting, M. S. 

Saturday night. Brown, A. 

Saturday night on the farm, (garland, 11. 

Saturday's child. Norris, K. 

Satyr's children. Wyalt, F. V. 

Sauce for goose. Ford, P. L. 

Saucy Betty Mork. Bates, A. 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



285 



Saunders, K. 

Haunted crust 
/;; Johnson, R. Little classics v 5 
Saved. Maupassant, G. de 
Saved by faith. Watson, J. 
Saving grace. White, S. E. 
Saving of the colors. Wisrgin, K. D. 
Scab. Thanet, O. 
Scaler. White, S. E. 
Scalp for a scalp. Warman, C. 
Scandal in Bohemia. Doyle, A. C. 
Scandal in high life. Bacon, J. D. 
Scape goats. Cabell, J. B. 
Scar on the throat (Arabic) 

III Hawthorne, J. Library mystery and 
detective stories, Oriental 
Scarlet car. Davis, Richard H. 
Scarlet hunter. Parker, G. 
Scarlet ibis. Andrews, M. R. S. 
Scarlet poppy. Spofford, H. P. 
Scarlet stockings. Alcott, L. M. 
Sceaux ball. See Balzac, H. de. Rural ball 
Scene. Howells, W. D. 
Scenes from common life. Tolstoi, L. N. 
Scenes of clerical life. Eliot, G. 
Scent of the roses. Freeman, M. E. W. 
Schaffer, Robert 
Dora Nani 

In Brooks, W. Stories from four lan- 
guages 
Schayer, Julia Thompson von Stosch, 1846- 
Story of two lives 
/;; Stories by American authors v 10 
Scherzi and skizzen. Matthews, J. B. 
Schmelzle's journey. See Richter, J. P. F. 
Army-chaplain Schmelzle's journey to 
Flaetz 
Schmidt. Osbourne, L. 

Schock, Georg [pseud. Katherine Riegel 
Loose]. 1S77- 
Christmas child 
In Howells, W. D., and Alden, H. M. 
Shapes that haunt the dusk 
Scholar's adventure in the country. Stowe, 

H. B. 
School and schools. Henry, O. 
School-boy. Andrews, M. R. S. 
School friends. Quiller-Couch, A. T. 
School-girl. Jordan, E. G. 
School house. Barrie, J. M. 
School of misfortune. Hogg. J. 
School we lost. Connolly, J. B. 
Schoolboy's story. Dickens, C. 
Schoolhouse. Jewett, S. O. 
Schoolmaster and Felicia. Mason, A. E. W. 
Schoolmaster, Uncle Jerry, and the bad boy. 

Seawell, M. E. 
Schooner-man's close calls. Masefield, J. 
Schopenhauer on Lake Pepin. Thanet, O. 
Schreiner, Olive (Mrs. S. C. Cronwright 
Schreiner), (Ralph Iron, pseud.) 1863- 
Three dreams in a desert 
In \\'arner library 
Schwartz, J. M. W. vander P. See Maartens, 

M., pseud. 
Science and love. See Balzac, H. de. Bal- 
thazar 
Science vs. luck. Clemens, S. L. 



Scientific vagabond. Boyesen, H. H. 
Scorn of woman. London, J. 
Scot indeed. Watson, J. 
Scott, Sir Walter, bart., 177 1 -1832 
Castle Dangerous 

/;; Castle Dangerous 
Death of the Laird's Jock 

In Highland widow 
Highland widow 

In Highland widow 
Lady in the sacque. See Scott, W. Tap- 
estried chamber 
My aunt Margaret's mirror 

In Highland widow 
Tapestried chamber, or The lady in the 
sacque 
/;; Highland mirror 
Two drovers 
In Highland widow 

Patten. W. International short sto- 
ries, V 2 
Wandering Willie's tale 
In Redgauntlet v i Letter XI 

Canby, H. S. Study of the short story 
Jessup, A. and Canby, H. S. Book of 

the short story 
Mabie, PL W., and Strachey, L. Little 

masterpieces of fiction 
Stories by English authors, Scotland 
Scottish Sabbath day. Crockett, S. R. 
Scrap of histor}^ Barr, R. 
Scraptomania. Warman, C. 
Screaming skull. Crawford, F. M. 
Screen. Bourget, P. 
Screen-maiden. Hearn, L. 
Scribe, Augustin Eugene, 1791-1861 
Pet fairy 

In Warner library 
Price of life 
In Warner library 
Scrivener's tale of The Countess Alys. Hew- 
lett, M. H. 
Scrub quarter-back. Williams, J. L. 
Scrupulous father. Gissing, G. R. 
Scud. Ward, H. D. 
Scudder, Horace Elisha, 1838-1902 
Beauty and the beast (adapted) 
In Tappan, E. M. Children's Hour i; 
149 
Blue Beard (adapted) 
In Tappan, E. M. Children's Hour r: 
123 
Cinderella: or The glass slipper (adapted) 
In Tappan, E. M. Children's Hour i : 

lOI 

Golden bird (adapted) 

In Tappan, E. M. Children's Hour 1:34 
Golden egg and the cock of gold (adapted) 

In Tappan, E. M. Children's Hour i: 
507 
Half-penny (adapted) 

/;; Tappan, E. M. Children's Hour i: 19 
Hans in luck (adapted) 

In Tappan, E. M. Children's Hour i: 
no 
Hop-o'-my-thumb (adapted) 

In Tappan, E. M. Children's Hour 1:44 
Jack and the Bean-Stalk (adapted) 
In Tappan, E. M. Children's Hour 1:23 



286 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Scudder, Horace Klisha —Contwucd. 
Little One Eye, Little Two Eyes, and Lit- 
tle Three Eyes (adapted) 
/;; Tappan, E. M. Children's Hour i : 9 
Little Red Riding-Hood (adapted) 

In Tappan, E. M. Children's Hour 1:3 
Puss in Boots (adapted) 

In Tappan, E. M. Children's Hour 1:86 
Sleeping beauty (adapted) 
III Tappan, E. M. Children's Hour i: 
116 
Three bears (adapted) 

In Tappan, E. M. Children's Hour 1:6 
Tom Thumb (adapted) 

/;; Tappan, E. M. Children's Hour 1:93 
Wild cat (adapted) 

In Tappan, E. M. Children's Hour i : 
130 
Scully, William Charles, 1855- 
Ghamba 
/;; Stories by English authors, Africa 
Sculptor's funeral. Cather, W. S. 
Sea change. Brown, A. 
Sea change. Hichens, R. S. 
Sea-faker. Connolly, J. B. 
Sea-farmer. London, J. 

Sea fortunes of Dicky Carew. Seawell, M. E. 
Sea-magic. Sharp, W. 
Sea-raiders. Wells, H. G. 
Sea-side harvest. Daudet, A. 
Sea superstition. Masefield, J. 
Sea turn. Aldrich, T. B. 
Sea upcast. Janvier, T. A. 
Sea voyage. See Lamb, C. Arabella Hardy 
Seal man. Masefield, J. 
Seal wife. See Field, E. Pagan seal wife 
Sealed orders. Ward, E. S. P. 
Sealed room. Doyle, A. C. 
Sealed room. Ingemann, B. S. 
Search for Jean Baptiste. Austin, M. H. 
Seashore drama. See Balzac, H. de. Seaside 

tragedy 
Seaside tragedy. Balzac, H. de 
Seats of the haughty. Henry, O. 
Seawell, Molly Elliot, 1860- 
Betty's Virginia Christmas 

In Lippinc 92: 657 
Boy of 1/75 

In Laurie Vane 
Capture of the emperor 

In Collier's 42: F 27 p 16 
Clown and the Columbine 

In Scrib M 46: 670 
Crying Tommy 

In Laurie Vane 
Drum-major 

In Scrib M 49: 41 
Gentleman ranker 

In Lippinc 81 : 501 
Great scoop 

In Great scoop 
Hacienda 

In Scrib M 52: 443 
Hale-Weston 

In Lippinc 43: i 
History of Lady Betty Stair 
In History of Lady Betty Stair 
Cosmopnl 22:649; 23:57 
Jugglers 
In Jugglers 



Kaintuck 

In Maid Marian 
Kourasofifs 

In Maid Marian 
Ladies' battle 
In Ladies' battle 
Atlan 106: 289 
Last Duchess of Belgarde 

/;; Last Duchess of Belgarde 
Laurie Vane 

In Laurie Vane 
Leading lady's Christmas 

In Woman's H C 41 : Ja p 15 
Little Jarvis 

In Little Jarvis 
Little Missy 

/;.' Maid Marian 
Maid Marian 

1)1 Maid Marian 
Priscilla 

/;; I\Liid Marian 
Schoolmaster, Uncle Jerry, and the bad 
boy 
In Laurie Vane 
Sea fortunes of Dicky Carew 

/» Maid Marian 
Sprightly romance of Marsac 

/;; Sprightly romance of Marsac 
Theodora 

/;; Maid Marian 
True story of Commandant Lievre 

In Scrib M 22: 182 
Tubal the fiddler 

In Maid Marian 
Unc' Ananias 

//; Lippinc 50: 97 
\^all)ella brothers 
III ]\Iaid Marian 
Virginia colonel 

In ]\Liid Marian 
Wireless tragedy 
In Lippinc 87: 706 
Second best. Bland, E. N. 
Second-class passenger. Gibbon, P. 
Second generation. Crane, S. 
Second-hand story. Bunner, H. C. 
Second home. See Balzac, H. de. Double 

family. 
Second marriage. Brown, A. 
Second mate. Gibbon, P. 
Second Missouri compromise. Wister, O. 
Second Mrs. Slinim. Stuart, R. M. 
Second-rate woman. Kipling, R. 
Second spring. Jewctt, S. O. 
Second wooing of Selina Sue. Stuart, R. M. 
Secret. I'Vecman, M. K. \\'. 
Secret. Hawkins, A. H. 
Secret. Hopkins, M. S. B. 
Secret cypher. Barr, ]\. 
Secret of Don Juan. Harrison, C. C. 
Secret of Goresthorpc Grange. Doyle, A. C. 
Secret of Javotte. Mussct, A. de 
Secret of Macarger's dnlch. Bicrcc, A. 
Secret of Maitre Cornillr. Daudet, A. 
Secret of Sobricnte's well, llarlc, 1^. 
Secret of Telegraph Hill. Harte, B. 
Secret of the sea. Matthews, J. B. 
Secret rose. Yeats, W. B. 
Secret-sharer. Conrad, J. 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



287 



Secrets of the princess of Cadigan. Balzac, 

H. dc 
Secrets of the tobacco shed. Strindbcrg, J. A. 
Security of the high seas. Osbourne, L. 
Sedgwick, Anne Douglas, (Mrs. Basil de 
Selincourt) 1873- 
P'orsakcn temple 
In The nest 

Cent 65:43, 255 
Lion among ladies 

In Cent 62: 381 
Madeline Tristram 

/;; Cent 69: 735 
Miss Jones and the masterpiece 
In The nest 

Scrib M 23: 661 
Nest 

/)/ The nest 
Rescue 

In Cent 63: 296 
Suicide 

In The nest 
Cent 67: 550 
White pagoda 
In The nest 
Cent 84: 770 
"Sedgwick." Davis, C. B. 
Seductive six-shooter. Warman, C. 
See Yup. Harte, B. _ 

Seed as big as a hen's egg. Tolstoi, L. N. 
Seed of McCoy. London, J. 
Seeking blindfolded. French, A. W. 
Seer. Lindau, R. 
Sefify, a little comedy of country manners. 

Long, J. L. 
Select party. Hawthorne, N. 
Selecting a ghost. Doyle, A. C. 
Self-help. Jacobs, W. W. 
Self-made man. Crane, S. 
Self-made man. See Kipling, R. Smith ad- 
ministration 
Selfish giant. Wilde, O. 
Selfishness. ]\Iaupassant, G. de 
Selfishness of Amelia Lambkin. Freeman, 

M. E. W. 
Selgas, [y Carrasco], Jose, 1S24-1882 
White butterfly 

In Stories by foreign authors, Spanish 
Selim shawl. See Balzac, H. de. Gaudis- 

sart II 
Selina Sedilla. Bv Miss M. E. B-dd-n and 

Mrs. H-n-y W-d. Harte, B. 
Selina's singular marriage. Litchfield, G. D. 
Seller of hate. Morrison, A. 
Semaphore. Ward, H. D. 
Semi-sentimental dragon. Zangwill, I. 
Semillante. See Maupassant, G. de. Ven- 
detta 
Seminar3\ Gaboriau, E. 
Semper idem. London, J. 
Semptress's story. Droz, G. 
Senator's brother. Morris, G. 
Senator's last trade. Fox, J., jr. 
Senator's plight. King, C. 
Sending of Dana Da. Kipling, R. 
Senior fellow. Quiller-Couch, A. T. 
Senior reader. Smith, A. C. 
Sense of climax. Gibbon, P. 
Sentiment. Dickens, C. 



Sentiment. See Maupassant, G. de. Widow 

Sentimental rebellion. Huneker, J. G. 

Sentry-box. Daudet, A. 

Separ's vigilante. VVister, O. 

Septimius Felton; or. The elixir of life. 
Hawthorne, N. 

Sequel to a divorce. Maupassant, G. de 

Serai cal)al. Sec Kipling, R. Smith adminis- 
tration 

Serao, Matilde, 1856- 
Ballet dancer 

In Ballet dancer and On guard 
Fatal numbers 

In Liv Age 231 : 325 
On guard 

In Ballet dancer and On guard 
Origin of macaroni 

In Cur Lit 46: 456 
Story of Greece 
/)( Poet Lore 15 No 2: 19 

Serena. Catherwood, M. H. 

Serena Ann's first valentine. Freeman, M. E. 
W. 

Serenade at Siskiyou. Wister, O. 

Serene's religious experience. Comer, C. 
A. 

Sergeant Croesus. King, C. 

Sergeant Gore. Armstrong, L. 

Sergeant's private mad-house. Crane, S. 

Serio-comic governess. Zangwill, I. 

Serious dilemma of the bishop of Oklaho. 
Adams, O. F. 

Sermon for clowns. Pemberton, M. 

Servant lass. W^atson, J. 

Servant man turned soldier. More, H. 

Service of love. Henry, O. 

Sestina. See Cabell, J. B. Story of the 
Sestina 

"Set not thj' foot on graves." Haw- 
thorne, J. 

Set of six. Conrad, J. 

"Seth." Burnett, F. H. 

Sevastopol. Tolstoi, L. N. 

Seven-an'-six. Quiller-Couch, A. T. 

Seven conversations of dear Jones and Babj-- 
Van Rensselaer. ^latthews, J. B., and 
Bunner, H. C. 

.007, a story of a locomotive. Kipling. R. 

Seven poor travellers. Dickens, C. 

Seven studious sisters. Sherwood, M. P. 

7-12; a detective story. Green, A. K. 

Seven vagabonds. Hawthorne, N. 

Seven who were hanged. Andreev, L. N. 

Seventh man. Quiller-Couch, A. T. 

Seventoes ghost. Freeman, M. E. W. 

Severed hand. Haufif. W. 

Sexton's hero. Gaskell, E. C. 

Shabby genteel story. Thackeray, W. M. 

Shadow — a parable. Poe, E. A. 

Shadow and the flash. London, J. 

Shadow before. Doyle, A. C. 

Shadow between his shoulder-blades. Har- 
ris, J. C. 

Shadow Brook. Hawthorne, N. 

Shadow of a man. Hornung, E. W. 

Shadow of happiness. Bacheller, I. A. 

Shadow of his hand. Kipling, R. 

Shadow of love. Hibbard, G. A. 

Shadow of the angel. Jordan, E. G. 



INDEX TO SHORT STORIES 



Shadow of the law. Hornung, E. W. 
Shadow of the rose. Le Gallicnnc, K. 
Shadows. Macdonald, G. 
Shadows on the wall. Freeman, M. E. W. 
Shaker bridal. Hawthorne, N. 
Shakespeare's Christmas. Quillcr-Couch, 

A. T. 
Shall he wed her? Green, A. K. 
Sliallow spirit of judgment. \\'3att, E. V. 
Shame. Crane, S. 

Shamrock and the palm. Henry, O. 
Shandon waters. Norris, K. 
Shape of fear. Peattie, E. W. 
Share and share alike. Barr, R. 
Sharon's choice. Wister, O. 
Sharp. William, (Fiona McLeod, pseud.) 
1856-1905 
.\hez the pale 
/;( Sin-eater 

Re-issue of the shorter stories of 
Fiona Macleod v 2 
Anointed man 

In Re-issue of the shorter stories -of 
Fiona Macleod v i 
Archer 

/;/ Re-issue of the shorter stories of 
Fiona Macleod v 3 
Awakening of Angus Ogue 
/;; Winged destiny 

Re-issue of the shorter stories of 
Fiona Macleod v i 
Cathal of the woods 
In Sin-eater 

Re-issue of the shorter stories of 
P'iona Macleod v 2 
Children of water 

In Winged destiny 
Children of wind and the clan of pea